Author Archives: cahagerman

About cahagerman

Dad, husband, writer, historian, recovering academic, and the Consulting Professor.

5 Public History Projects with a Canadian Military Connection

I’ve been interested in the military history of Canada for most of my life. Even through the years when classical reception was my primary research focus, I followed the field with interest. And obviously, given the subject matter of this … Continue reading

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Digital Desideratum

‘Digital humanities’ is a bit of a buzzword these days – at least among humanists in the academy. And well it should be. The constellation of information technologies linked by the ‘interwebs’ constitutes nothing short of a revolution for research … Continue reading

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Last days – for now

Apologies for yesterday’s silence. I was on my chinstrap by the time we finished our awards last night.  I’m very nearly as tired tonight after a lot of driving and a lot more walking in Gay Paris.  But back to … Continue reading

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Ambulance

Ambulance wagon: In Flanders Fields Museum

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A full day in the Salient

On the road at 9:00 today, heading Northeast.  First stop, the Brooding Canadian in St. Juliaan, where we had a nice view over the ground where the Germans made history’s first attack with asphyxiating gas on April 22 1915.  Then … Continue reading

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Menin Gate at sunset

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Moon over Pozières

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