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Dr. Louise Barrett
Supercharged Apes and Supersized Minds: How to Think Like an Animal
Dr. Hester Jiskoot
Glaciers — A Hot Topic
Dr. Tom Johnston
The Geography of Circumstance
Dr. Alexander Darku
The Building Blocks of Africa's Development: Resources, Politics, and Economics
Dr. Amy Shaw
'A Devil-May-Care Sort of Swagger’: A Case for Remembering Canada in the Boer War.
Dr. Maura Hanrahan
Creating Heroes and Claiming the North: Captain Robert Abram Bartlett in the Arctic
Dr. Sergio Pellis
A Journey Through the Fields of Play
Dr. Catherine Kingfisher
Locating Happiness: Beyond Individualism
Dr. Tom Robinson
Sex, Drugs, Jesus, and Gin
Dr. Paul Vasey
Beyond the Binary: What the West Can Learn from Non-Western Approaches to Gender Diversity
Dr. René Barendregt
Global Climate Archives in Mud and Rock: The magnetic recorder is always on [somewhere]!
Dr. Jo-Anne Fiske
Remarkable Husbands and Unusual Fathers. Understanding the Great War a Crucible of Tenderness and Nurture
PUBlic Professor talk a very personal story for Fiske
Dr. Ute Kothe
From the Beginnings of Life to Modern Medicine: Why RNA Matters
Video: We had some technical difficulties with the video recording of this talk, however, we have been able to recover the majority of content for your review.
Dr. Stacey Wetmore
DNA Damage, Repair and Disease: How Computers Can Help Us Understand
Dr. Kent Peacock
Alberta in the Anthropocene
Dr. Janay Nugent
Converting a Nation: family, religion, and Calvinism in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Scotland
Dr. Goldie Morgentaler
How Dickens Invented Christmas — and Why it Matters
Dr. Roy Golsteyn
Flower Power: A scientific search for new medicines in Prairie Plants
Dr. Kevin McGeough
'I met a traveller from an antique land': The Archaeology of Progress, Decline, and Collapse.
Surely the ancient Maya never predicted their downfall, nor did the Roman Empire foresee its society coming to an end and yet they both vanished into history. What can we learn from these civilizations and how can it relate to the normal we know today?