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Interested in many different historical periods and topics, Denis' areas of concentration include Modern European, Canadian and military history.
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Nanci has taught a variety of European and American history courses at the University since 2001. She is the department’s online specialist and has developed and taught several of the department’s mixed-mode offerings including World Civilizations.
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has lectured numerous classes in World, European and American History at
various institutions across the Lower Mainland.
His research examines the influence of classical Greek and Roman
philosophy in the establishment of the American political system. Dale is also interested in the integration of
various multi-media platforms to enhance the learning experience for his
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teaches in the areas of Canadian, World, and American history. His PhD thesis
is on the everyday interactions amongst human beings and their local environments
in a marginal landscape. Derek also has a graduate certificate in Learning and
Teaching in Higher Education from UVic. He enjoys experimenting with teaching
strategies in order to change the way students think about the discipline of
history. You can also find him on the academic nerd network, Academia.edu.
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