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A CHA Series (Zoom) Inspired by the Precarious Historical Instructors' Manifesto

Published on 9 Oct 2020

In response to the Precarious Historical Instructors’ Manifesto, the CHA is organizing a series of webinars to discuss issues related to historians in precarious situations. These webinars will take place live on the CHA's YouTube channel. More details to follow. We hope you will join us.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Precarious Historians, Diversity & Inclusion, and History Departments.
A CHA Series (Zoom) Inspired by the Precarious Historical Instructors' Manifesto
Friday November 20th (1pm EST)
Chair:  Shannon McSheffrey
Participants:  Chandra Pasma; Tina Chen; Crystal Fraser; Catherine Murton Stoehr; Ian Mosby; Stacey Zembrzycki; John Lutz.
Resources: CCPA report [Chandra Pasma] Contract U: Contract Faculty Appointments at Canadian Universities and CUPE Database

Precarious Historians, Trade Unions & the Neo-Liberal University.
A CHA Series (Zoom) Inspired by the Precarious Historical Instructors' Manifesto
Friday January 22nd (1pm EST)
Chair:  Nancy Janovicek 
Participants:  Godefroy Desrosiers-Lauzon; Peter McInnis; Christine Gauthier; Jeremy Milloy; Catherine Larochelle; Janis Thiessen.
Resources:  Contract Academic Staff Committee of the CAUT Policy Statement on Fairness
CAUT Almanac of Post-secondary education employment.
Godefroy Desrosiers-Lauzon, Les chargés de cours crient au secours, Le Devoir (20 juin 2020).
Subalternéité et agentivité : les enseignant.e.s contractuel.le.s au sein des universités nord-américaines (3 mai 2020). Programme d’ACFAS.

Precarious Historians & Disciplinary Caring: What can the CHA do?
A CHA Series (Zoom) Inspired by the Precarious Historical Instructors' Manifesto
Friday March 19th (1pm EST)
Chair: Barrington Walker
Participants: Ele Chenier; Laura Madokoro; Andrea Eidinger; Harold Bérubé; David Tough; Letitia Johnson.
Resources: Academic Women (Ele Chenier). Radical Inclusion: Equity and Diversity Among Female Faculty at Simon Fraser University.

 

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