Students from Glendon and Keele campuses' public history courses presented the results of their experiential education placement projects at multiple sites and initiatives across Ontario and Nova Scotia. Here are some photographs from the conference.
Natasha Henry has formally accepted the offer of the tenure-stream position in African Canadian History beginning on 1 July 2022. Natasha is presently completing her PhD in History at York under the supervision of Michele Johnson. She is a Vanier Scholar, President of the Ontario Black History Society, and a widely recognized leader in the […]
Congratulations to Michele Johnson and Funké Aladejebi (York PhD), on the publication of their important new collection, "Unsettling the Great White North: Black Canadian History" (University of Toronto Press, 2022) – many congratulations on this from all of us!
Congratulations to Jonathan Edmondson on his new book, "Si muero, no me olvides. Miradas sobre la sociedad de Augusta Emerita a través de la epigrafía funeraria"
Jonathan Edmondson has just published Si muero, no me olvides. Miradas sobre la sociedad de Augusta Emerita a través de la epigrafía funeraria, with the Universidad de Alcalá Press. Jonathan co-wrote it during the Covid confinement over Zoom with three Spanish colleagues: Antonio Alvar Ezquerra (Universidad de Alcalá), José Luis Ramírez Sádaba (Emeritus, Universidad de Cantabria) […]
Congratulations to José C. Curto (with the assistance of Maryann Buri) on a new edited collection, "New Perspectives on Angola: From Slaving Colony to Nation State."
The collection features the work of a number of York graduate students (current and former) such as Estevam C. Thompson, Vanessa S. Oliveira, Tracy Lopes, and Maryann Buri as well as faculty and researchers associated with York in various ways, such as John S. Saul, Frank Luce, and Marçal de Menezes Paredes. José C. Curto, […]
Congratulations to Boyd Cothran on his new book, "Bridging Cultural Concepts of Nature: Indigenous Peoples and Protected Spaces of Nature"
Many congratulations to Boyd Cothran on a new publication, entitled Bridging Cultural Concepts of Nature: Indigenous Peoples and Protected Spaces of Nature, published by the University of Helsinki Press as the inaugural volume in their series AHEAD: Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The book is edited by Boyd and two colleagues at […]
We are pleased to announce that Michele Johnson has been elected to as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada! For more information, head to the press release. Our warmest congratulations on this well-deserved honour and recognition, Michele – we are so happy for you and so proud that you are one of us.