An interview with Dawson College History Professor Gesche Peters.
Q: Can you present yourself and your background as a history professor?
A: I am a history teacher in the history department at Dawson. We are all expected to be rather flexible in what we teach, so the training background with which a person came here is not necessarily what they end up teaching, and therefore, in view of the theme of TECHNIQUE as such, it is certainly very important to be versatile in approaches
By Anouk Arseneau
Both healing and war involve their own techniques.
Second annual SPACE writing competition: winners and honourable mentions.
A reflection on the usefulness of techniques learned in the sciences and the humanities.
A reflection on how to speak up when our usual social techniques fall short.
How a seemingly simple dish like fried rice hides an array of techniques.
Prototypes and reflections on illustrations for the 2019/2020 S.P.AC.E. theme poster.
A preview of Dawson Theatre’s Alice in Wonderland.
A preview of Dawson Theatre’s The Bad Hamlet
A new perspective on Cuba.
The power of words.
At the heart of empathy is understanding another person’s perspective.
Seeing the truth through the gaps of white picket fences.
A powerful portrayal of multiple perspectives of young people caught up in the conflict in Syria.