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Is Canadian history dead? The Roundtable discusses Canada’s lost sense of self. Plus, antisemitism on North American campuses

People place cedar sprigs on a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald which was toppled in Hamilton., Ont., Saturday, Aug. 14, 2021. Christopher Katsarov/The Canadian Press.

This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the controversy over the congressional testimonies of three major American university presidents (Harvard, MIT, and Penn) on the presence of antisemitism on university campuses and what it might tell us about the state of universities across North America. They also discuss the 25th anniversary of  J. L. Granatstein’s famous book, Who Killed Canadian History?, and its legacy and ongoing relevance.

The Roundtable features Hub executive director Rudyard Griffiths and Hub editor-at-large, Sean Speer. The Roundtable is produced and edited by The Hub’s content editor, Amal Attar-Guzman.

You can listen to this episode of Hub Dialogues on AcastAmazonAppleGoogle, and Spotify. The episodes are generously supported by The Ira Gluskin And Maxine Granovsky Gluskin Charitable Foundation and The Linda Frum & Howard Sokolowski Charitable Foundation.

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