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Did hockey actually change our world?

Everyone remembers the moment Paul Henderson scored the Summit Series-winning goal over the U.S.S.R. in 1972. It was a pivotal moment in Canadian sports history. But could it also have affected the politics of our world? It might sound like a Continue 

Tim Cook winner of Charles Taylor Prize

Carleton’s Tim Cook won the 2009 Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction for his book Shock Troops: Canadians Fighting the Great War, 1917-1918, Volume II. Cook is an adjunct research professor in the history department at Carleton. The Continue 

Contract instructor award

Students praise Goldman for the passion he brings to the classroom and how he brings history alive through anecdotes, fun exercises, discussions and the effective use of artefacts such as an original copy of a 1776 Boston newspaper. “While I’m Continue 

Uncovering the past through art

Murals beautify public spaces, but they also act as links between the past and present. One Carleton University graduate student is unravelling the rich history behind one of the university’s most enduring landmarks—the mural painted by Continue 

Faculty accomplishments

On February 22 Kim Matheson, acting vice-president (research and international) welcomed over 30 people to a Blue Sky meeting on Social Innovation. Attendees included faculty, staff, students and representatives from external organizations such as IBM, the J. W. McConnell Family Foundation, Continue 

Carleton brings home two Capital Educator Awards

Carleton University professors brought home two Capital Educators Awards handed out at Ottawa’s sixth annual EduGala on May 24, 2007. Professors Matthew Bellamy (Department of History) and Nick Papadopoulos (Sprott School of Business) were Continue 

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