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Congratulations to Joan Judge - Recipient of a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship

Congratulations to Joan Judge - Recipient of a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship

Congratulations to Joan Judge - awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship for her project “China’s Mundane Revolution: Cheap Print, Vernacular Knowledge, and Common Reading in the Long Republic, 1894-1955”. The Guggenheim Fellowship is one of the most prestigious research awards in scholarship.  For more information see: https://www.gf.org/announcement-2021/ Congratulations Joan!

Congratulations to David Koffman on his new book, "No Better Home? Jews, Canada and the Sense of Belonging"

Congratulations to David Koffman on his new book, "No Better Home? Jews, Canada and the Sense of Belonging"

We are pleased to be able to announce a new publication by David Koffman, which also features a contribution by Kalman Weiser – an edited collection entitled No Better Home? Jews, Canada and the Sense of Belonging (Toronto, 2021). David S. Koffman (ed.) No Better Home?: Jews, Canada, and the Sense of Belonging. Toronto: University […]

The Avie Bennett Historica Canada Public Lecture, "Carried Away": Forgetting and Remembering the Great Influenza Pandemic in Canada by Professor Esyllt Jones from the University of Manitoba | Friday, March 26, 2021 | 4:00 PM

The Avie Bennett Historica Canada Public Lecture, "Carried Away": Forgetting and Remembering the Great Influenza Pandemic in Canada by Professor Esyllt Jones from the University of Manitoba | Friday, March 26, 2021 | 4:00 PM

Join Us for the 2021 Lecture This year’s Avie Bennett Historica Canada public lecture will be given by Professor Esyllt Jones from the University of Manitoba. While COVID-19 has generated intense recent interest in the Great Influenza (1918-1920), that event was long referred to as the 20th century’s “forgotten” pandemic. With no “Great Men” to […]

Congratulations to David Koffman - Recipient of the 2020 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award

Congratulations to David Koffman - Recipient of the 2020 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award

The Department of History would like to congratulate Prof. David Koffman - recipient of the 2020 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award in the category of Social Science, Anthropology, and Folklore. He received this prestigious award for his book: "The Jews' Indian: Colonialism, Pluralism, and Belonging in America." Congratulations David! Read More About The Book Award

Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Lecture Series - Friday, March 5, 2021

Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Lecture Series - Friday, March 5, 2021

Dammed: The Politics of Loss and Survival in Anishinaabe Territory Co-sponsored by the History of Indigenous Peoples (HIP) NetworkFriday, March 5, 2021 | 2:30PM - 4:30PMRegister in advance for the webinar: https://yorku.zoom.us/webinar/register WN_zO79AcTcSPqhUr-7YheoWw For more information see the Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Lecture Series page

Congratulations to Jennifer Bonnell, Alan Corbiere and Victoria Freeman for their award of a SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Congratulations to Jennifer Bonnell, Alan Corbiere and Victoria Freeman for their award of a SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Congratulations to our colleagues Jennifer Bonnell, Alan Corbiere and Victoria Freeman for their award of a SSHRC Insight Development Grant on ‘Indigenous Experience and the Creation of a Settler-Colonial Order within the Black Creek/Humber River Watershed’.  Best wishes on this award from all of us.

Recipient of the Leo Gershoy Award in the fields of 17th- and 18th-century western European history by the American Historical Association

Recipient of the Leo Gershoy Award in the fields of 17th- and 18th-century western European history by the American Historical Association

“Margaret Schotte’s book, Sailing School (John Hopkins, 2019) has been awarded the Leo Gershoy Award in the fields of 17th- and 18th-century western European history by the American Historical Association. The prize honours “the author of the most outstanding work published in English on any aspect of the fields of 17th- and 18th-century western European […]