Rights and Responsibilities in a Time of Reconciliation; Workshop – Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project; Historical Thinking Summer Institute; …
Below are events taking place soon as well as announcements that may be of interest. (A bulletin will now be sent out each week with upcoming events and announcements.) Departmental events are also posted on our website.
June 7, 2017
In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued Principles of Reconciliation and 94 Calls to Action. At the heart of these Calls to Action is the need for true understanding of these new responsibilities and to fully embrace inherent rights of Indigenous people. In his talk, Ry Moran will explore the central role of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation in these rights and responsibilities in this era of reconciliation.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
When: Lecture begins at 5:30 p.m. preceded by a reception beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Where: Carleton University, Richcraft Hall second floor conference rooms (previously River Building)
June 14, 2017
Workshop: Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project (CFIHP)
This is a one-day workshop that the CFIHP will be holding in Ottawa on 14 June. Full details are available on the CFIHP webpage: https://carleton.ca/csids/canadian-foreign-intelligence-history-project/.
This will be an opportunity discuss the documentation available through the CFIHP database and opportunities for research and collaboration.
July 17-22, 2017
Historical Thinking Summer Institute
The Historical Thinking Summer Institute is designed for teachers, curriculum developers, professional development leaders, historians, museum educators and curators who want to enhance their expertise at designing history programs, courses, units, lessons, projects, or educational resources that explicitly focus on historical thinking.
Attendees of the 2017 Historical Thinking Summer Institute will participate in a variety of activities including presentations and workshops, learning activities at the Canadian Museum of History and the Canadian War Museum, discussions of readings, guest
lectures, and group work to explore six historical thinking concepts: evidence, significance, continuity & change, cause & consequence, perspective-taking, and the ethical dimension of history. For more information visit http://www.canadashistory.ca/HTSI.