Scottish Studies Social Come celebrate St. Andrews Day with the History Society and the Centre for Scottish Studies! For our last event of the semester, we are hosting a social where students can network, learn about Scottish Studies at Guelph, and participate in St. Andrew’s Day activities! *** food and refreshments provided *** please RSVP: https://gryphlife.uoguelph.ca/event/248185
Graduate History students from HIST*6200 (Scottish Highland and Lowland History) with Prof. Kevin James will present a class colloquium: Excursions through Scottish Travel Diaries at the University of Guelph on Tuesday 28 November, 4:00-5:30pm, in McLaughlin Library, Whitelaw Room (2nd floor). Short student presentations will be followed by an informal reception with light refreshments.
PhD thesis title From Nature to Newsrooms: Canadian Farm Writing as a Professional Project
The History Department presents RURAL HISTORY ROUNDTABLE: SPEAKER SERIES FALL 2023 SPONSORED BY The Francis and Ruth Redelmeier Professorship in Rural History TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER, 4:00-5:30PM EST - MacKinnon Building, Room 132, University of Guelph William Knight, Curator of Agriculture and Fisheries at Ingenium ESTABLISHING A COLLECTION: DISCOVERING BOTANICAL-ENTOMOLOGICAL MODELS
History Society Collage Night: Destress with some historical collage-making! Students will have the chance to make collages or vision boards from historical magazines… including National Geographic and History Canada. November 15, MCKN 313, 4:30-6:30
The Heady Highlands: Olfactory Impressions of the North - Featuring Professor Bob Davidson of the University of Toronto Tuesday 14 November, 12:00-1:00pm on Zoom In this fascinating talk, Prof. Davidson proposes that we turn our nose to the North and explore how scent can function as a marker of place in both metaphoric and literal terms.
In this fascinating talk, Professor Bob Davidson (University of Toronto) proposes that we turn our nose to the North and explore how scent can function as a marker of place in both metaphoric and literal terms. More details and free event registration is available on Eventbrite.
Please join us on Thursday, November 9th at 4:30 pm, in THINC Lab for a talk by Julia Polyck-O'Neill: Potential Archives: Digital, Feminist Methods and Relationality in the Artist Archive
Careers for History Students - Fall 2023 Event Announced! Recent graduates will share their tips for getting a career started: Marissa Gareau (MA'17) - Producer & Business Specialist, Dairy Farmers of Ontario Jack Mallon (MA'15) - Heritage Planner, City of Guelph Wednesday, 8 November 2023, 1:30-2:20 Richards Building Rm 2529 (on Reynolds Walk across from Bob's Dogs) All students welcome - Admission Free!