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Free Online Lecture – 7 March 2024 at 12 p.m. EST

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Free Online Lecture – 7 March 2024 at 12 p.m. EST

“Kwaskastahsowin” (“put things to right”): Conciliation in the McClelland & Stewart and E. Pauline Johnson Collections.  In the updated and restored 2019 edition of Halfbreed, Métis writer Maria Campbell introduces the Cree word, kwaskastahsowin, to describe what it means to seek conciliation or to “put things to right.” By focusing on what it means to …

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TransMisogyny in the Colonial Archive: a Sex Worker’s Counter-History

Vanier scholar and historian Jamey Jesperson joins us for a lecture on the counter-history of trans sex workers in colonial North America. On March 5th, 4-6 pm EST join us in-person at JHI 100, Jackman Humanities Institute, 170 Saint George Street, or over Zoom for this fascinating discussion. Reserve your in-person or Zoom ticket here. On …

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KAIROS Blanket Exercise

Library and Archives Canada is pleased to invite you to participate in the KAIROS Blanket Exercise this February 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa. Places are limited, so please register to guarantee your participation. The Blanket Exercise presents Canadian history from an Indigenous perspective. Participants stand on blankets representing the lands and …

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CFP – 27th Canadian Ethnic Studies Association Biennial Conference

November 14-16, 2024 University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Canada    The Canadian Ethnic Studies Association (CESA) invites panel and/or paper proposals for its 27th biennial conference devoted to the theme “Colonial Legacies, Contemporary Crises and Contested Futures: Canada in an Interconnected World.” Today ethnic studies scholars confront complex dynamics in dealing with such mainstays of the …

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USask

Call for Papers Migrations & Gatherings in the West

Western Canadian History Conference 2024 Saskatoon, SK 12-15 September 2024 Post-pandemic, it is once again time for historians to migrate to the Western Canadian History conference, last held in 2019. The 2024 meeting of Western Canadian History will be held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on Treaty six territory and traditional lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota …

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Symposium: Institutional Histories: Reckoning with the Past – Reimagining the Future

The Institutional Histories: Reckoning with the Past – Reimagining the Future symposium will take place on Jan. 15, 2024. This symposium is organized by the Office of the Associate Vice President, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Laurier as part of the Laurier Legacy Project. The purpose of this symposium is to listen, learn, and engage with research …

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Call for papers : Montreal, space, culture and society

For almost twenty years, the Laboratoire d’histoire et de patrimoine de Montréal (LHPM), based at UQAM, has been contributing to knowledge of urban history and heritage, particularly that of Montreal. This contribution to the historiography of the city and its urban character is the result of a dynamic relationship between numerous researchers and collaborators from …

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Past Wrongs Future Choices

New Opportunities for Graduate Students at University of Victoria

The Past Wrongs, Future Choices partnership is currently recruiting graduate students to attend the University of Victoria, where they will participate in an international partnership examining the Nikkei experience from a global perspective. We have a particular interest in supporting outstanding students in the disciplines of History and Visual Arts.  Past Wrongs, Future Choices (PWFC) …

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Graduate Student Scholarship for Studies in the History of Ideas

Applications open November 28, 2023 to March 1, 2024 The Robert and Moira Sansom Ideas Foundation was established in 2013 with the intention to create a Graduate Student Scholarship for Studies in the History of Ideas, granting $10,000 each year in support of the work of the recipient. The scholarship is open to graduate students, …

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RéQEF

Archive on feminist and trade union pioneers Léa Roback and Madeleine Parent

The dossier, produced in collaboration with the Réseau québécois en études féministes, has been available online at the Cinémathèque québécoise collections since October 19. It contains over 12 hours of previously unpublished video interviews with Léa Roback and Madeleine Parent (taken from the filming I did with them between 1988 and 2000), as well as …

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Black Achievement in Canada

This year’s #HistoryWeek2023 theme is the History of Black Achievement in Canada. We’re excited to share this video by @HistoricaCanada. See the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PxOXmpjwYw.

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Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Critical Disability and Social Justice Studies

Start date: January 1, 2025 We acknowledge and respect the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. The University of Victoria is committed to the ongoing work of decolonizing and Indigenizing the campus community both inside and outside the …

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National Council on Public History Awards

NCPH awards recognize excellence in the diverse ways public historians apply their skills to the world around us. The purpose of the award program is to promote professionalism and best practices among public historians and to raise awareness about their activities. Awards are presented to recipients during the annual meeting. See https://ncph.org/about/awards/.

Seen but Not Seen: Influential Canadians and the First Nations from the 1840s to Today: A Virtual Roundtable

The CHA hosted a virtual roundtable Tuesday, April 18 on Donald Smith’s award-winning book, Seen but Not Seen. Speakers included Jan Noel, and Hamar Foster. Donald Wright chaired the session and Donald Smith responded. The Globe and Mail described Seen but Not Seen as both “timely and welcome,” adding that if Canadians “will see themselves in this …

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Call for proposals – The Musée de la civilisation

The Musée de la civilisation (the Museum) is issuing a call for proposals to professional heritage, cultural, artistic and tourism promoters for the historical, heritage and architectural enhancement of Place-Royale, located in the heart of the Old Québec heritage site inscribed on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage List. Every …

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