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The main aim of this paper is to demonstrate unavoidably quickly how Dio creates a sense of a shared senatorial experience during his lifetime. If you read the work of Lukas de Blois, for example, you will find claims that he is obsessed with soldiers and their disruptive influence on Rome. As...
SSHRC IG awarded 2021: This project reconceives of the Jesuit Relations as the result of dialogue instead of the sole labour of dedicated, scholarly priests. It seeks to account for how the Jesuits' Indigenous interlocutors contributed to the texts, and how those contributions were subsequently...
Digital Historicism: Archival Footage, Digital Interface, and Historiographic Effects in Call of Duty: World at WarDownload
Historical videogames offer the promise of a new relationship between the reader of history and the account of an historical event, potentially transforming the “reader” of history into the active “user” or even “maker” of history. Indeed, the concept of historical videogames suggests that the...
In this dissertation, I demonstrate that the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) history of residential schooling is fundamentally incomplete for a variety of reasons, many out of the TRC’s control. This incompleteness necessitates further investigation into the...
Kingship Remembered and Imagined: Monarchy in the Hebrew Bible and Postmonarchic Discourse in Ancient JudahDownload
This study addresses the question of how postmonarchic society in ancient Judah remembered and imagined its monarchy, and kingship in general, as part of its past, present, and future. By way of a thorough analysis of Judean discourse in the late Persian period, the study argues that ancient...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2016: Music scholars have recognized the need for more inclusive histories, however there is no broadly inclusive resource for interdisciplinary study of the multicultural and multifaceted phenomenon of music in Canada. This project will develop the theoretical and methodological...
Sedelow, Sally Y., Sedelow, Walter A., Ruggles, Terry, Gerbner, George, Holsti, Ole R., Krippendorff, Klaus, Paisley, William K., Stone, Philip J., Horowitz, Floyd R., Kachru, Braj B., Stahlke, Herbert, Bryan, Robert, Ford, Frank, Harris, Herbert, Taylor, Scott, Smith, Walter L., Bardez, Joan N., H. Buttelmann, William, Hickok, William G., Peters, Joan, Gerig, Thomas, Rosen, Larry, Smith, John B., Lewis, Peggy, Warfel, Sam, Dillon, Martin, Shaffer, Juliet, Joyce, Frank, Kosakowski, Thomas, Wagner, David, Wright, Harrel, Fisher, Gerald, Sawin, Lewis, Rockwell, Geoffrey, Nyhan, Julianne, Sinclair, Stéfan
This is a collection of items from the personal collection of Sally Yeates Sedelow, sent to Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell at the University of Alberta over the course of several years in the 2010s. The collection contains published journal articles, conference presentations, Sally Sedelow's C.V., working...
Abstract This dissertation takes Foucault’s statements regarding political strategies of historical discourse in modernity, from the Enlightenment to the present, and through this lens reads the historiographic study of gladiators as a text which reveals deeper truths about the modern west’s...