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Queen's University is situated on the territories of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples. We at the DSC recognise issues faced by Indigenous communities both past and present and endeavour to make our spaces inclusive to people of all different backgrounds and worldviews.

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We're thrilled you’re here! Members of the Queen's University History Department Student Council have worked hard to create an inclusive and diverse DSC, and therefore we have decided to open up our blog to student submissions. We hope that The Watson becomes a space in which History students can celebrate their interests with passion and enthusiasm, where we can connect with each other in a new way. 

Student submissions can be emailed to

Further details are found under Submit.

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A Watson Wrap-up

By: Chloe Fine As the school year comes to a close with the last of classes being over, The Watson is wrapping up our most recent season...

The Reunification of Ethiopia up to 1896

By Alex Wodzicki This is the fifth part of a multi-part series on the history of the Kingdom of Ethiopia. If you haven’t read it...

Canada's Longest and Friendliest War

By: Chloe Fine Canada has gone to war on several occasions since its confederation; however, there is one very unique war that Canada has...

The Medieval Kingdom of Ethiopia

By Alex Wodzicki This is part two of a multi-part series on the history of Ethiopia. If you haven’t read it already, be sure to check out...

Navigating a History Degree at Queen's

By Kathleen Ferns Hey everyone, I’m Kathleen! I’m a member of the History DSC and I’m one of the peer advisors with PATH, which is the...

Remembrance Day and the end of WWI

By Alex Wodzicki Remembrance Day, which we celebrated this Wednesday, is one of Canada’s most important holidays. It commemorates the...

A Collection of Fun History Resources

Hey everyone! As History students we’re blessed to be absolutely inundated with History content on every conceivable platform. There is...

The History of Grave Robbing in Kingston

By: Chloe Fine As a city known to have several supposedly haunted hotspots, it is unsurprising that Kingston has some rather spooky...

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