Our Congratulations to Dr. Alan McDougall who is a co-editor on the new book, including his own chapter, "Fußball Internationale: Toward a Global History of GDR Football,"
Our congratulations to Dr. Catharine Wilson on the publication of her new book with McGill-Queens University Press:
Being Neighbors: Cooperative Work and Rural Culture, 1830-1960
Our congratulations to Assistant Professor Alex Souchen (appointed in both the Bachelor of Arts & Science and History) who won an Honourable mention for the C.P. Stacey Award for best book in Canadian military history. Professor Souchen’s book, titled, War Junk: Munitions Disposal and Postwar Reconstruction in Canada (UBC Press) is "recognized as innovative, compelling and a major contribution to the field.
Congratulations to Maya Goldenberg, who has just been awarded the Philosophy of Science Association (PSA) Prize in Feminist Philosophy of Science for her 2021 book Vaccine Hesitancy: Trust, Expertise, and the War on Science.
This prize is awarded biennially for the best book, article, or chapter published in English in the area of feminist philosophy of science. The winner receives an award of $500, which is presented at the PSA meeting.
Professor Catherine Carstairs spoke with CTV News this past week about the complicated issues that arise "when one considers the way health and esthetics have become entwined in dentistry." This and other findings about the history of dental health in Canada are part of a research project now published by McGill-Queens University Press as The Smile Gap: A History of Oral Health and
10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SECOND LANGUAGE PEDAGOGIES (SLPC10)
10e COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL SUR LA DIDACTIQUE DES LANGUES SECONDES (CIDLS10)
“LOOKING BACK AND MOVING FORWARD”
CALL FOR PAPERS
Dates of the Conference: May 15-16, 2023
Conference Location: University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Where From Here (Sept 15th-16th) was an interdisciplinary conference that sought to engage the fractious, productive debates over nation & literature to ask what comes next for Canadian literary & cultural studies. Special thanks to Paul Barrett, Sarah Roger, the keynote speakers, the participants, & all the volunteers who helped ensure the two days were filled with such generative, engaging conversations, thought, & scholarship.
Congratulations to Professor Karen Racine on seeing her wonderfully detailed interdisciplinary article become a thing in the world! "History and the Transatlantic Imagination" interrogates the histories of emotions and objectivity through an analysis of Robert Southey’s History of Brazil and the tension between literary and literal authority in the 1810s.
Find it in Ana Peluffo and Ronald Briggs' edited collection, Latin American Literature in Transition, 1800-1870 (Cambridge UP, 2022).