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2022 CHA's Teaching Prizes

2022 CHA's Teaching Prizes

This annual prize seeks to recognize post-secondary instructors teaching in any geographical, thematic, or temporal field in historical studies who have a record of...

You can now read the latest issue of Historians' Corner - The CHA's Digital Newsletter, issue #2.6

You can now read the latest issue of Historians' Corner - The CHA's Digital Newsletter, issue #2.6

The sixth issue of the CHA's digital newsletter- Historians' Corner, in 2021 is now available online. Pleasant reading!

Genesis and Legacy of Controversies Related to  Quebec history programs (1961-2013)

Genesis and Legacy of Controversies Related to Quebec history programs (1961-2013)

Friday, November 19, 2021, 11:30 am | Online ** Register (free) to get the Zoom link https://cridaq.uqam.ca/activite/o-lemieux/.   The event will take place in French.

Debate on a Major Book

Debate on a Major Book

Nancy Christie'sThe Formal & Informal Politics of British Rule in Post-Conquest Quebec: A Northern Bastille (2020) is the subject of a debate organized and published by...

Passing of Dr. Wendy Lynn Mitchinson

Passing of Dr. Wendy Lynn Mitchinson

The CHA is saddened by the passing of professor Mitchinson. Please see the obituary here https://memorials.gffh.ca/wendy-mitchinson/4759427/index.php?_ga=2. 

CHA's Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada Series

CHA's Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada Series

Brochure #38 in the CHA's Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada Series, Filipinos in Canada written by Jon G. Malek, is now available...

University of Toronto Mississauga and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association Mairi Cowan receives prestigious OCUFA teaching award

University of Toronto Mississauga and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association Mairi Cowan receives prestigious OCUFA teaching award

Mairi Cowan, an Associate Professor in the Department of Historical Studies at the University of Toronto Mississauga, has been named one of Ontario’s most outstanding...

The CHA Teaching Blog voted in the Top 30 Canadian Teacher Blogs and Websites by Feedspot

The CHA Teaching Blog voted in the Top 30 Canadian Teacher Blogs and Websites by Feedspot

Top 30 Canadian Teacher Blogs and Websites The CHA's Blog has been selected by Feedspot's panelist as one of the best teacher blogs on the web....

You are invited to join a webinar: Funeral Service for John Hilliker

You are invited to join a webinar: Funeral Service for John Hilliker

Beechwood Funeral Services After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.    

Call for Papers - Third International Student Colloquium in Military History

Call for Papers - Third International Student Colloquium in Military History

Knowing Your Enemy, Reporting on Conflicts: War, Intelligence and Information from Antiquity to the Present Day Montreal, October 24-25, 2022 The advent of digital...

Media Coverage-Reaction to the Canadian Historical Association’s Canada Day Statement Recognizing the Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Media Coverage-Reaction to the Canadian Historical Association’s Canada Day Statement Recognizing the Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Compiled by Steven High, President of the Canadian Historical Association (17 September 2021) A number of our members have asked the Canadian Historical Association to...

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