Community-Based Work in Atlantic Canada Conference
Join us Friday, March 18th, 2022 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for the Community-Based Work in Atlantic Canada conference in-person at the Unilever Lounge (SB 422 - 4th floor Sobey Building - Saint Mary's University) and online via Zoom. This is a free one-day event with three panels from local researchers and a roundtable discussion focusing on community work across Atlantic Canada.
For both in-person and Zoom attendance, please register no later than March 11th at https://communityatlanticcanada.eventbrite.ca/
For more details, please look at our Program and feel free to share!
Online Workshop Online Workshop: “Canadian Coastal Histories” from 19-20 November
This two-day online workshop will discuss the changes coastal cultures, coastal places, and global oceanic connections will face in the time of the climate crisis. Growing international interest in coasts from a range of disciplines suggests a productive framework for rethinking histories from the land and tidewaters currently known as Canada, the country with the world’s longest coastline.
Click here for the workshop flyer and feel free to circulate it within your department and among your students!
International Symposium at Chéticamp (Cape Breton Island) from 27-28 August 2021
This two-day symposium explored the lives and experiences of Scottish and Acadian settlers in the coastal communities of Atlantic Canada underlining the ways in which the physical environments and cultural geographies shaped community formation.
Click here to see the program.
Click here to listen to some of the talks.
History in the 21st Century: A Conference Recognizing the Diverse Scholarship of John G. Reid – June 23-24, 2016
Conference Organizing Committee:
- Dr. Jerry Bannister, Dalhousie University
- Dr. Jeffers Lennox, Wesleyan University
- Dr. Elizabeth Mancke, University of New Brunswick
- Dr. Andrew Nurse, Mount Allison University
- Dr. Thomas Peace, Huron University College
- Dr. Peter Twohig, Saint Mary's University
Conference hotel: The Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites, Reservation No. 35941 / toll free 1 800-565-2020 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org - quote group ID 35941 Reservations can also be made directly on the hotel's website by simply using the following direct link to access the group reservation page: 21st Century
On campus residence: 1-888-347-5555 or email: email@example.com The University is hosting members of the International Tattoo durng this period so there is limited availability of rooms. Please book early if you wish to stay on campus.
Location: Sobey Building, Saint Mary's University Please call the Gorsebrook Research Institute 902 420-5668 for further information.
Nova Scotia’s Part in the Great War Revisited: Cultural Communities, Memory and the First World War
mUSÉE SPONTANÉ - Pubnico Ouest
POP-UP MUSEUM - west pubnico
may 14, 2016
MUSÉE SPONTANÉ - ChÉticamp
POP-UP MUSEUM - cheticamp
june 18, 2016
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On-line registration is now closed.
Walk-ins welcome / Accommodations
International Conference in Intercultural Studies / Colloque international en études interculturelles
International Conference in Intercultural Studies
Immigration, the Dynamics of Identity and Policies for Managing Diversity
Colloque international en études interculturelles
Immigration, dynamiques identitaires et politiques de gestion
de la diversité