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Regina - May 28-30, 2018

Gathering Diversities 

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Register for Congress
Registration will open in mid-January

 


The 97th annual meeting of the Canadian Historical Association will be held during the 87th annual Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Regina.  The Congress 2018 theme of ‘gathering diversities’ provides an opportunity for attendees to examine how diverse perspectives shaped and promise to transform the discipline of history. Diversities in historical inquiries, including varied temporal, geographical, and methodological approaches, are central to cultivating new perspectives and insights in the field. The program will feature presentations, lectures, joint-interdisciplinary plenaries, and public events that explore, cultivate, and critique these diversities.
The call for papers is now closed. The Committee will respond in January. Thank you to all those who submitted a proposal.

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You are a student and are planning to present a paper, poster, or other creative works related to your research? The University of Regina is offering 400 Graduate Student Travel Awards of up to $500 for out-of-town students as well 100 awards of up to $200 to local students and another 100 awards of up to $500 to recent PhD graduates. Application form

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CHA Graduate Student and Contract Faculty Travel Fund

The CHA created a Travel Assistance Fund to help subsidize the travel costs of student/new scholar presenters in need at the Annual General Meeting in light of the cancellation of SSHRC’s Aid and Attendance Grants to Scholarly Associations (AAGSA). As was the case with SSHRC’s grant, the CHA grant will not always cover the full amount requested. Application Form

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The Canadian Historical Association has created a fund to help CHA members with reduced mobility, to attend sessions at its Annual meeting. Members requiring additional support for accessibility are eligible. The CHA will reimburse local taxi fare for qualified members who need one to go to the sessions. The CHA will also coordinate with the federation and the University of Regina regarding requirements made by CHA members at the time of registration, to facilitate travels on campus. Application Form

 

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Following an initiative of its Equity and Diversity Committee, the CHA|SHC  will provide grants, covering the cost of one full day of child care, per child, to assist members attending the 2018 Annual Meeting in Regina. Child care services, for children 0 ? 12 years old, are being offered to registered Congress attendees. Please see full details at: http://congress2018.ca/plan-your-trip/child-care. Application Form

 

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