Graduate Student Committee
Who We Are:
THEN/HiER’s Anglophone Graduate Student Committee was created to connect graduate students in English-speaking Canada who are interested in issues related to the teaching and learning of history and history education. This focus on history education can be broadly defined to include modes and sites of memory, remembrance, heritage, and schooling both in formal settings and informal sites of learning. Click here for Le comité des étudiants francophones des cycles supérieurs.
Become a member to receive THEN/HiER’s monthly newsletter, to contribute comments to our blog, and post news, events, videos and podcasts on the site. Visit this page monthly for new opportunities to participate in projects initiated by the Graduate Student Committee.
- Graduate Student Resources! Resources for Teaching Assistants, calls for papers, and links to jobs and fellowships.
- Looking for funding? Click here to find your scholarship!
- We are looking to expand! In particular we are looking for representatives in, or from, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, and Yukon. Email Kate Zankowicz for details.
- Teaching the Past Blog
- Enseigner l'histoire Blog
- Graduate Student Projects and Visiting Doctoral Student Programs
News & Links of Interest:
- Northwest Territories: The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center, in cooperation with other partners, recently launched The Berger Inquiry Educational Resource Archive. Original photographs, audio recordings of Inquiry participants and the Inquiry film can be found here.
- Prince Edward Island: The curriculum materials for Grade 3 Social Studies can be found in the Education Learning Commons at the University of Prince Edward Island
- Yukon: Whitehorse Historical Audio Walking Tours
- The Michigan Historical Review announces competition for the 2013 Graduate Student Essay Prize. Click here for more information
- The Trennert Iverson Award deadline is July 15. To learn more about funding to attend the Western History Association conference, click here.
- The call for grant applications for the PhD programme in History (Lisbon, Portugal) is due June 30. Find out more about doctoral scholarships here.
- The Call for Papers deadline for "Daydreams and Nightmares: Third Annual Western University Graduate History Conference" is July 26. Submit a short biography at a 250 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Kate Zankowicz to post an event for your province.
Anglophone Committee Members: