In case you missed last April’s talk by Ken Dewar on Frank Underhill and the Politics of Ideas, you’re in luck. Earlier this month, Carleton M.A. candidate Ann Walton wrote a thorough summary of the talk on ActiveHistory.ca. The article outlines the central ideas in Dewar’s talk – biography and intellectual history and the intersection of Liberal and social democratic ideas. Walton’s article also outlines discussions arising from the comments and questions after the talk, with an eye towards the upcoming federal election and the role of the Canadian intellectual in a digital age with its amplified, yet fragmented publics. You can read the article on ActiveHistory.ca.