Tweets from CHA 2018

I spent this week at the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) annual meeting.  I was pleasantly surprised by the range of context at this year's meeting and was thrilled to be able to listen to so many great sessions on public history and Indigenous history. I live tweeted the majority of the sessions I attended.  I … Continue reading Tweets from CHA 2018

CHA 2018: Gathering Diversities

Highway and sky in distance.

Next week I'm headed to Regina for the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) annual meeting.  I'm looking forward to connecting with colleagues and to taking in a number of great sessions.  If you are going to be in Regina you can likely find me at the following events: Monday May 28th Bright and early at 8:30am … Continue reading CHA 2018: Gathering Diversities

CHA Public History Prize

At this year's Canadian Historical Association (CHA) annual meeting Active History was announced as winner of the 2016 Public History Prize. The Public History Prize is sponsored by the  Public History Group of the Canadian Historical Association. The award recognizes work that "achieves high standards of original research, scholarship, and presentation; brings an innovative public … Continue reading CHA Public History Prize