In addition to blog writing, I am spending this weekend casually stressing about my thesis defense, which is happening in two days. All year, I've been researching (and then writing about) the role Canada played in researching, drafting, and then approving the UN partition plan for Palestine. Although I am not graduating this year, the defense will mark the end of the honours-portion of my degree.
Searching the UVic library to find sources can be confusing. If you don't know where to start, read this post. I provide step-by-step instructions on the easiest way to find what you are looking for, whether that be books or journal articles.
On April 3, the History Undergraduate Society (THUGS) launched its annual peer-reviewed undergraduate journal, the Corvette. It features eight papers written by UVic undergraduate history students.