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Canada's History editor Mark Reid is attending the annual meeting of the CHA in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Read his blog posts about the event.
The collective shift of focus away from traditional, older histories of Canada toward more modern events means fewer historians are doing the research to further flesh out our understanding of Canada and its histories during the 18th century.
Michel Ducharme received the 2011 Macdonald Prize for his book Le concept de liberté au Canada a l’époque des Révolutions atlantiques (1776-1838).
Historians need to break the “stranglehold” of European-dominated narratives if history is to become more inclusive for Aboriginals, says a leading Australian scholar.
Many Canadians today are aware that their federal government rounded up Japanese Canadians during the Second World War and shipped them off to internment camps the interior of British Columbia. But what ever happened to the homes and property seized during the internments?
Historians need to rethink the way they practice their craft, says an acclaimed American scholar who has written one of the most influential books on Samuel de Champlain in a generation.
Dr. John Weaver was presented with the Francois-Xavier Garneau Medal.
Dr. Béatrice Craig received the 2010 MacDonald Prize.
Dr. Mary Lynn Stewart is the President of the Canadian Historical Association.
Dr. Ron Rudin talks about organizing more than 9,000 academic historians together for the Social Science and Humanities Congress.
Sean Carleton is a member of Simon Fraser University’s Graphic History Collective.
Eve-Lyne Cayouette Ashby, project co-ordinator of the Montreal Life Stories Project.
Historian Bonnie Riley Schmidt of Simon Fraser University recently spoke with Canada’s History.
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“A Queenston Holiday” at the Laura Secord Homestead
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