The History Education Network/Histoire et éducation en réseau (THEN/HiER) is a collaborative network across the diverse fields of history, history education and school history teaching in Canada. It brings together people from across Canada and internationally to inform, carry out, critique, and implement research into history education. Read More
- Is a Little Knowledge a Dangerous Thing? Young People, National Narratives and History Education
- Identity: A Useful Category for Historical Analysis
- Where are they now? An Update from Eric G. Poitras.
- Student Narratives and Public Memory in Museums
- What is a purpose of history education? (Pedersen)
- Approaching the Past - Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton, Dec 7
- Women's history in Canada, Canada's History webinar, Dec 2
- Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15, to Dec 13
- UBC Online Courses & Workshops: Autumn 2015/Winter 2016
- 2016 CMA Conference, Apr 11-15
Robert Parkes, Senior Lecturer in Curriculum Studies, University of Newcastle, Australia . I have always been fascinated by competing histories. When I was twenty I went on a pilgrimage to India. I have always joked since that time that ... Read More
The first annual Eat Your History Contest was funded by The History Education Network and conducted by the British Columbia Food History Network of which the principal members are Mary Leah de Zwart, Linda Peterat and M. Gale Smith, three home economists and food history researchers. Read the full report. Read More
Videos & Podcasts
- The Threat of Revisionism to Japanese History Textbooks: State Intervention and Citizen Resistance
- History Education Research and Historians/La recherche sur l'enseignement de l'histoire...
- Finding Franklin: New Approaches to Teaching Canadian History
- "c'esna?em, the city before the city" exhibition on Novus TV
- English high school students on Quebec History
- The Province of BC recognizes the Royal BC Museum for its work highlighting multiculturalism
- "'For Our Own Purposes': Prime Minister Macdonald Deliberately Portrayed Indians as Rebels in 1885" in Champlain Society's Findings/Trouvailles
- Canada's History Reading Den suggested books on Canadian history
- Truth and Reconciliation while teaching Canadian History?
- The Indo Canadian community stages an intervention in the Royal BC Museum