History

Social histories get a voice

For the past eight months, CFRC and Queen’s Archives have been collaborating on a revitalization of the Archives’ “Speaking Stones” website guide to the social history of Kingston.Continue...

Sir John A. a divisive figure

The legacy of Canada’s first Prime Minister is being debated in the lead-up to Sir John A. Macdonald’s bicentennial.Continue...

Forgotten adversaries

Ask around campus who Queen’s biggest rival is and you’re likely to hear a rousing chorus of “Wuck Festern”.Continue...

Stones in the Woods sheds light on part of the community's history

Set in a quiet, woody area of City Park, Stones in the Woods isn’t only a historically informative play, but an intimate, well-acted one.Continue...

Holocaust education gets personal

Elana Moscoe and Zoey Katz want to make learning about the Holocaust more personal
for students.Continue...

History reworks course value

The history department will implement curriculum changes this fall that will increase the weighting of upper-level history seminar classes.Continue...

Student Ghetto through the years

The student-populated area East of McGill’s campus was called “the McGill Ghetto” before Queen’s adopted the term.Continue...

Concerns about professor

Adjunct assistant professor Mike Mason has not attended his class since he announced that students had complained to the history department about terms used in his lectures.Continue...

Editors' note

Since January, our banner has stated that the Queen’s Journal is Canada’s oldest student newspaper in our print and online editions. It turns out we’re not.Continue...

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