Public talk with special guests professors Daniel Rück and Sylvie Perrier, Abarna Selvarajah, Karina Juma, Eliza Meeson (undergraduate students) Mathieu Laflamme and Amélie Marineau-Pelletier (doctoral students). THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13TH 2020.
Le 72e congrès de l’Institut d’histoire de l’Amérique française (IHAF) aura lieu les 17-19 octobre 2019. Le comité organisateur invite les étudiant.e.s en histoire du premier au troisième cycle universitaire qui s’inscrivent au congrès à participer à un concours de photovoix sur le thème suivant : Frontière(s).
Are you curious about where your history degree can take you?
Connecstory is an event for history students to engage with organizations within and outside the University of Ottawa, in an effort to better prepare themselves for future academic endeavours and careers.
The end of the term is rapidly approaching which often brings stress as semester long projects come due. A new departmental pilot project proves additional support for history students wrestling with essay-writing problems of a generic nature.
On February 2, as part of Black History Month, we invite you to attend the screening of highlights from the series "The History of Africa". Produced by the BBC and presented by journalist Zeinab Badawi, these films are based on UNESCO's collection of books, "The General History of Africa".
The Department of History is proud to announce the signature of a Memorandum of understanding with the Association canadienne pour la promotion des héritages africains (ACPHA), a community association based in Ottawa.
One of our masters students, Hannah Roth Cooley, was awarded an honourable mention for the Helen Hornbeck Tanner Best Student Conference Paper Award at the annual conference of the American Society for Ethnohistory, held in Nashville in November 2016.