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An Interdisciplinary Approach to ‘Newness’ in Historical Populations

An exploration of the methods, spatial, quantitative, and empirical, used in the creation of a highly complex application for computing 'newness' in historical cultures.

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University Curriculum and Religions: Museum, Mausoleum, or Mansion?

A paper on the potential re-birth of the integration of religious study in the high school and university levels.

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Office-Holding and Holding onto Office: Duration of Military Captaincies in Elizabeth I’s Armies, 1579-1603

An investigation into second-level renaissance military culture as analyzed using a prosopographical database

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From “Text” to Context in the Teaching of World Religions

World Religions require energetic points of reception in diverse societies such as Canada where an active student perception of their own "social imaginary" is crucial.

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What Are “World Religions” Teaching Us? Post-Imperialism in Contemporary Views of Global Faiths

This paper looks at "world religions" texts used to teach Canadian students in a highly global society. What are these works teaching us about our imperial past?

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Is History Just a Collection of Biographies? Notes from a Military Historical Database

Sixty-three biographies from an early modern prosopgraphical database shed new light on Elizabethan military culture and the methods used to study early modern populations

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Toward a Common Language in World Religions: Reversing the Categories

This paper explores the use of methods to transcend the meanings commonly used in World Religions studies by making clear the transpositions in meaning and culture.

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Re-Imagining “Religion”: World Religions and the Non-“Religious” Context

This paper treats aspects of "religions" as taught in the World Religion category by looking at pedagogy and definitions of "traditions" and "faiths" which are not, in fact, religions.

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World History, World Religions: Shape and Context in Contemporary Classifications

This paper looks at two disciplines, one over a century old, the other new. The argument is made here that two competing strategies, shape and context actually provide fruitful investigation

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Officers and Stations: Networks of Politics, Knowledge and Expertise in Late-elizabethan England

Research presentation of an interdisciplinary project at The University of Western Ontario which brought scholars from History, Theology, Computer Sciences and Statistics in Elizabethan military culture

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