Heather Rivers, The London Free Press, August 02, 2021
Indigenous history professor, Cody Groat, says he hopes the London-area public school board renames Ryerson elementary school, its namesake caught up in the backlash against colonial names, to the Ojibwe name for the Thames River.
Debora Van Brenk, July 22, 2021
Historians from Western are telling some of the park's oldest stories for the first time in guided public tours that will run throughout the summer.
July 21, 2021
Afternoon Drive host Chris dela Torre speaks with Professor Cody Groat about an upcoming event and its importance. The Western Assistant Professor and member of Six Nations of the Grand River, is giving a free talk about residential schools in Ontario.
May 25, 2021
In 2014, as Russia invaded Ukraine, annexing Crimea, people kept asking Dyczok about the state of affairs. Unable to find a good English-language source, she created her own.
May 20, 2021
In 'The Third Man,' Neville Thompson draws on Canadian PM's diaries to illuminate his friendships with Churchill and Roosevelt
May 12, 2021
Jonathan Vance, a history professor at the Western University in London, studies the social history of panic and paranoia surrounding major events, including pandemics. While this isn’t the first pandemic mankind has been forced to live through, it’s become easy to believe otherwise.
May 11, 2021
Congratulations to Robin Marshall, MA Public History Class of 2021, for being granted a Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship to support her summer internship work with the Engineering Institute of Canada!
April 29, 2021
We are very proud to announce this year's Western MA Public History Internship Scholars! These special opportunities are exclusive to students in our program, thanks to the wonderful folks at Canada's History, Know History and the Fairbank/ Oil Museum of Canada. Congrats to Elisabeth Edwards, Kestra Greer, and Julia Richards!
Students in the Public History Minor receive funding support from retired professor turned history student
March 17, 2021
Students in the Public History Minor at Western will have more hands-on learning opportunities, thanks to the support of a retired professor turned history student.