Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice

#25 Learning Matters with Robynne Healey

June 11, 2020 Robynne Healey Season 1 Episode 25
Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice
#25 Learning Matters with Robynne Healey
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Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice
#25 Learning Matters with Robynne Healey
Jun 11, 2020 Season 1 Episode 25
Robynne Healey

On this episode of Learning Matters, Dr. Robynne Healey, Professor of History and Co-director, Gender Studies Institute discusses people, places, politics and forgotten histories.

Robynne Rogers Healey is Professor of History as well as Co-director of the Gender Studies Institute at Trinity Western University in Langley.  Her publications include books and articles in many aspects of Quaker history. Her research interests include gender and Quakerism, the transatlantic world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the twentieth-century peace testimony. She teaches introductory courses in gender studies and post-1945 global history and senior and graduate courses in the Atlantic world, history of the family, gender studies, and war, peace, and society. Her overarching goal in classes is to help students discover how interesting, applicable, and important history is.

 

Sugar, Slaves, Silver: The Atlantic World, 1450 – 18500:

https://issuu.com/trinity_western_university/docs/magazine_amnesia_-_final?fr=sZDM4YzI3NTY3OA

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Show Notes

On this episode of Learning Matters, Dr. Robynne Healey, Professor of History and Co-director, Gender Studies Institute discusses people, places, politics and forgotten histories.

Robynne Rogers Healey is Professor of History as well as Co-director of the Gender Studies Institute at Trinity Western University in Langley.  Her publications include books and articles in many aspects of Quaker history. Her research interests include gender and Quakerism, the transatlantic world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the twentieth-century peace testimony. She teaches introductory courses in gender studies and post-1945 global history and senior and graduate courses in the Atlantic world, history of the family, gender studies, and war, peace, and society. Her overarching goal in classes is to help students discover how interesting, applicable, and important history is.

 

Sugar, Slaves, Silver: The Atlantic World, 1450 – 18500:

https://issuu.com/trinity_western_university/docs/magazine_amnesia_-_final?fr=sZDM4YzI3NTY3OA

Support the show (https://www.twu.ca/donate-now)