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Dimitry Anastakis is searching for diamonds on Amazon Prime.
Actually, he's looking for cubic zirconia that he can pass off as diamonds to his class later this week.
The professor in the University of Toronto's department of history, who specializes in the intersection of business, the state, politics and globalization in post-1945 Canada, is teaching a course on commodities called Going Global from Coffee, Rubber, Diamonds and Furs to Oil.
As the head of contemporary conflict at the Imperial War Museums in London, England, Louise Skidmore has a job description that sounds more like a daring foreign correspondent than a curator toiling away in the backrooms of a museum. Her work has taken her to Afghanistan to collect artifacts and stories from the height of wartime.
From the science of gym workouts to Indigenous arts and hacker culture, a crop of new courses are being offered this year at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
Here are some of the unique offerings: