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Category Archives: Conferences
The 2016 Atlantic Canada Studies Conference was held this past weekend at Mount Allison University. The organizing committee did a fantastic job of ensuring that conference attendees had a great time while in Sackville. This year’s version of the ACS … Continue reading
by Mark J. McLaughlin It should come as no surprise to anyone who has even a basic understanding of Atlantic Canada that topics that we now think of as environmental history have long permeated the study of the region. With … Continue reading
This post is being co-published with the fine folks at Borealia. by Jerry Bannister In March I had the pleasure of attending the Pierre Savard conference at the University of Ottawa. I was asked to give a talk on the … Continue reading
This year’s Atlantic Canada Studies Conference, to be held from 5-7 May at Mount Allison University, is fast approaching. Information on the conference, including the conference program, can be found at: https://www.mta.ca/…/Centre_for_Canadian…/ACS_2016/ACS_2016/
The 30 October deadline for the 2016 Atlantic Canada Studies Conference, to be held at Mount Allison University from 5-7 May 2016 is fast approaching. The conference theme is “Dimensions of difference: patterns and politics.” To read the Call for … Continue reading
by Corey Slumkoski The 15 October 2015 deadline for the call for papers for the Canadian Historical Association Conference next spring at the University of Calgary is fast approaching. Despite being the largest annual gathering of Canadian historians, this conference … Continue reading