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Title: Pacifism and Activism
Author: FYS Class - Fall 2014, Section 20
Abstract: This seminar explored the historical roots and the development of Guelph’s unique culture through an analysis of examples of pacifism and activism on campus by students, faculty, and staff. From archival research to personal interviews, a wide variety of inquiry methods will be used to gather the “DNA” and build a present-day member of the Guelph community. This poster outlines a history of many events in Guelph.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9002
Date: 2015-08-05


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