Carleton’s Department of History is delighted to co-sponsor the Ontario Women’s History Network’s Annual Conference and General Meeting. This year’s theme is “Women and the First World War,” and the conference will take place at the Canadian War Museum from April... More
Department of History
April 23, 2015
Ontario Women’s History Network Presents “Women and the First World War,” April 24-25
April 23, 2015
Metis and the Medicine Line at Congress!
April 22, 2015
Carleton Alumni Bring History Performances to National Arts Centre
April 17, 2015
Student Documentaries Explore People and Place in History
April 14, 2015
Carleton at History on the Edge – NCPH Annual Meeting, Nashville 2015
April 9, 2015
Marilyn Barber and Murray Watson Publish Invisible Immigrants: The English in Canada Since 1945
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Students at Carleton are encouraged to explore history using a diversity of sources, methodologies and media. Read more about the innovative and award winning projects our students have completed in recent years. Read Hollis’s blog about why he chose history, and view Victoria’s interview on hands-on work experience.
News and Events
Don’t miss Michel Hogue and the University of Regina Press at Congress this year, where they will be launching Metis and the Medicine Line: Creating a Border and Dividing a People. Metis and the Medicine Line looks at “how national borders and notions of race were created and... More
Join historians and graduate students from across Canada this May for an evening of live performances connected by the themes of history, memory and narrative. The first-ever Staging Our Histories happens at the National Arts Centre’s Fourth Stage on May 31st, 7:30pm. Hosted by the CBC’s Adrian... More
In case you missed the April 2 student documentary screening, two of the four films produced for HIST 4302, Making Documentary History are now available online. No Road Home by Alison Murdock, Rebecca Sykes, Jennifer Bate & Stephanie Desjardins During the 1950’s the St. Lawrence Seaway Hydro... More
Over the next few days, April 15-18, 2015, the National Council on Public History will be holding its annual meeting, this year, in Nashville, Tennessee. Bringing together over 800 Public History practitioners from more than 10 countries, including Canada, the United States, Italy, Columbia,... More
We’re delighted to announce the recent publication of Invisible Immigrants: The English in Canada since 1945 (March 2015) by Carleton’s Marilyn Barber and Murray Watson (Dundee University, Scotland) by University of Manitoba Press. About Invisible Immigrants The book documents the... More