Indigenous History Book Prize Committee Volunteers needed

Published on September 12, 2022

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The CHA Book Prize Committee in Indigenous Histories is looking for members to sit on the CHA Book Prize Committee in Indigenous Histories for 2022. While there is a significant time commitment required, all committee members receive free books! Books generally start arriving in late fall 2022/early winter 2023 and we are expected to inform the CHA of our decision by May 2023. 

If you are interested in sitting on the committee or would like more information please contact Dr. Kristin Burnett at kburnett@lakeheadu.ca

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