Nardwuar vs. Courtney Booker or Why Should I Consider Majoring in History?
This article was first published in September, 2011. Nardwuar the Human Serviette is a national treasure, or at least a provincial prize, or at the very least a metropolitan marvel. One thing is for sure – hyperbole is never out of place when
Q&A with María Muñoz
“My research and teaching aim to excavate and understand the complexities of human systems, cultures and hierarchies.” María Muñoz is an associate professor of history at Susquehanna University, and will be joining the UBC History
HIST 440: History of Health in the Modern West- a Q&A with Benjamin Bryce
"[H]istorical examples give us food for thought about our current experience with COVID-19, and how many of the same factors are at play." Dr. Benjamin Bryce is joining the UBC History Department after teaching for six years at the University
HIST 376: Modern Japanese History Since 1800- A Q&A with Kelly McCormick
"All of these incidents [in Japanese history] are connected by people who have wanted to make a change to the world around them and either used images or were depicted in images as heroes and villains." Kelly McCormick is a historian of