(This article features images borrowed from the collections of Drew Hammond and Nile Crocodile.)
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Most of us have a romantic image of private duels conducted in the age of swordplay. We usually imagine snotty European noblemen, possibly a little drunk, and definitely a little pompous, squaring off in the woods to battle to the “first blood” or, less commonly, to the death. Continue reading Obscure Historical Figure of the Day #9: the Emancipated Duelist
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On March 8, 2017, I gave a brief talk to students of the Medlife initiative at the University of Ottawa on the topic of refugee health. A PDF of my slides are available here.
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