The CHA regularly publishes a featured article from its Bulletin or any other source on an issue that is of relevance to its members.
This latest featured text, written by the CHA English-Language Secretary Robert Talbot and approved by the CHA Executive, is a proposal meant to help improve the career prospects for history graduates beyond academia.
What’s in a name? The Quiet Revolution (December 2016)
A Century Long Debate over Sexual Education in Ontario (October 2016)
Shuttering Archives: A UNESCO Recognized Collection to Close its Doors to the Public (May 2016)
Photo: Le Séminaire de Québec
Film Friday: Suffrage Stories Without Class (March 2016)
A solution to the collection of archival images (February 2016)
The Contemporary relevance of the Historical Treaties to Treaty Indian peoples (December 2015)
Image - Treaty medals, Indian Treaty No. 7, 1877, brass - Glenbow Museum - DSC01079.JPG
Introducing the CHA Teaching Committee (November 2015)
Interview with an emerging scholar and CHA member - Katya MacDonald (September 2015)
Pedagogies: Visual Literacy and the Teaching of History (August 2015)
The Social Democracy Question (June 2015)
A “Failing Enterprise”? (May 2015)
Historical Research on Canada and Beyond
Posted on ActiveHistory's website February 6, 2015.
‘The Future of the Past: Transmitting History to Future Generations”. Panelists: Jennifer Anderson (Canadian Museum of History), Stéphane Lévesque (University of Ottawa), Jo-Ann McCutcheon (University of Ottawa), and Jean-Pierre Morin (Aboriginal and Northern Development Canada)