Join us for stimulating evenings this spring term. Speakers at our series generally read a paper, followed by discussion. No advance reading required. Presenters range from senior scholars to graduate students, and topics from field surveys to works-in-progress on the history of the north-eastern quadrant of North America. We particularly welcome visitors to the Toronto area.
Our program runs from 7-9 p.m. We meet in Room 240, University College,
15 King's College Circle, The University of Toronto. This space is best
accessed from the doors at the northeast corner of the University
College Building, where University College abuts Hart House.
We hope that you are able to join us!
Co-Chairs: Professor Allan Greer, and Heidi Bohaker, Ph.D. Candidate
For further information, or for directions to the University campus,
please contact Heidi Bohaker -- email@example.com
Speakers and Dates:
Location: University College, Room 240
Time: 7-9 pm
January 14 Catherine Desbarats, McGill University
"The Ordeal of Writing Ethnohistory: Examples from the Colonial
January 22 Ruth Phillips, UBC Museum of Anthropology
"'Naturalized Invention' and the Invention of a Tradition: Iroquois
Beadwork During the Victorian Era"
February 14 Luca Codignola, Emilio Goggio Visiting Professor
"The Roman Catholic Network in the North Atlantic in an Age of
February 28 Heidi Bohaker, University of Toronto
"Of Catfish, Cranes and Caribou: Mapping the Practice of Totemic
Signatures on Treaty Documents in the Great Lakes Region, 1763-1867"
March 14 Josette Brun, University of Toronto
"Husbands and Wives in New France: Marital Authority in Action in 18th
March 28 Bettina Bradbury, York University
"Individual Itineraries of Widowhood in 19th Century Montreal"
April 11 Lesley Choquette, Assumption College (Worcester, MA)
"Proprietorships in French North America"
April 18 John Steckley, Humber College
"The Wyandot Elders Council of 1747"
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