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Ideal as Real

Ideal as Real

Well, the nineteenth annual Underhill Graduate Colloquium, put on by the History Department at Carleton came to a close on Saturday morning. An all-round success I’d say! One of the panels I attended has stuck out to me in particular: “State of the Art: Archives, Museums, Colonial Records and the Ethics of Displaying the Past … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned and Re-Learned

Whew! Ok, so I have been a very bad blogger of late, and have neglected to write for some time, despite the fact that I handed in my last paper well over a week ago. But, since my new year’s resolution is better time management  – a large umbrella of a resolution entailing a variety … Continue reading

The Realm of the Irrelevant

The Realm of the Irrelevant

I love this picture. Not because it’s a beautiful piece of photography, or for any remotely artistic reason (though, I have been known to take the occasional good shot). This is just a street in Mumbai, India. It is also a picture of a ruins in the middle of a vibrant urban centre. Ruins from … Continue reading