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Tri-University History Conference 2019

TRI-UNIVERSITY HISTORY CONFERENCE 2019

“‘In Small and Large Things Remembered’: Material Culture and History”

PLEASE NOTE LOCATION

Holiday Inn Guelph & Conference Centre

601 Scottsdale Dr, Guelph, ON N1G 3E7

Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1

Please join us for the 2019 annual Tri-University History Conference to be held on 9 March 2019 at the University of Guelph, in Guelph, Ontario. This year’s theme is “‘In Small and Large Things Remembered’: Material Culture and History”.

Whether medieval illustrated manuscripts, Manet’s paint box, statuary, or everyday items of the home, material objects have shaped and have had a tremendous influence on history. Physical objects, resources, and spaces reveal a great deal about the time in which they were useful and how people defined their culture. “‘In Small and Large Things Remembered’” invites graduate students and scholars to tell the stories of objects that have been uncovered through their research. The Tri-University History Conference welcomes submissions over a broad area of studies and time periods on the impact of material culture on history.

The organizers consider ‘material culture’ in its broadest definition and are interested in submissions examining (but not limited to) the following:

Business Shopping
Craft Museums/exhibitions
Mementos Memorials
Architecture Music
Art Colour
Repatriation of Indigenous artefacts Photography
Technology Archives
The book Objects
War symbols (e.g. the poppy, medals, etc.) Furniture

The organizing committee also welcomes and invites submissions not explicitly related to the conference theme, particularly from graduate students from the Tri-University Graduate History Program.

Please send a one-page abstract of your proposal and contact information to

TriU2019@outlook.com by January 15.

Essay Prize Winners

March 2019

PhD Paper

Preston Arens – “Strictly Non-committal’: British Economic Policy and the Commonwealth,” published last year in The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs

MA Paper

Graham Lloyd – ‘The End of Spring in Guatemala,” a paper submitted to John Sbardellati’s HIST 632 Fall 2018

March 2018

PhD Paper

Kyle Pritchard – “Pleased and Thankful: James Bowman’s Diary, Rural Profiteering, and the Great War,” published in the journal *Guelph History*

MA Paper

Nizar Mohammad – “A Collection of Negatives: The Case of Sons of Iraq and the US in their Counterinsurgency Alliance,” a paper submitted to Alex Statiev’s HIST 604 Fall 2017

March 2017

PhD Paper

Matthew Wiseman – “Unlocking the Eskimo Secret’: Defence Science in the Cold War Canadian Arctic, 1947-1954,” published in the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

MA Paper

Matthew Hargreaves – “Canada’s Reserves: Clashes of Natural, Identity, and Language Delineations in Canada’s Reservation Historiography,” a paper submitted to Susan Neylan’s HI 625 Fall 2016

Tavenor, Joshua (2017) – “Climate and Capitalism: English Perceptions of Newfoundland’s Natural Environment and Economic Value, 1610-1699”

Wiseman, Matthew S. (2017) – “The Science of Defence: Security, Research, and the North in Cold War Canada”

Tri-University History Conference 2016

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“Contesting History: Reflections on Perspective and Approach”

22nd Annual Tri-University History Conference
5 March 2016

Best Western Plus Royal Brock Hotel & Conference Centre
716 Gordon St
Guelph, ON

Please join us for the 22nd annual Tri-University History Conference on 5 March 2016 at the Best Western Plus Royal Brock Hotel & Conference Centre in Guelph, ON. Organized by the history departments of Wilfrid Laurier University, the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo, the theme of this year’s conference is “Contesting History: Reflections on Perspective and Approach.” To this end, the conference program will feature panels and papers on all aspects of history from both graduate students and faculty.

Please click this link to view the 2016 conference program: Tri-University Conference Program

Should you have inquires, please email triuhistory@gmail.com.

 


 

2015 Scottish Studies Fall Colloquium

Scottish Colloquium 2015-page-001This year’s colloquium will feature presentations from Ewen Cameron (University of Edinburgh), presenting the Jill McKenzie Memorial Lecture; Allan Kennedy, (University of Manchester), winner of the Frank Watson Book Prize, 2015; Michael Newton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), launching his new book Seanchaidh na Coille / The Memory-Keeper of the Forest; and Debra Nash-Chambers (Wilfrid Laurier University).

Location: The Robert Whitelaw Room (room 246) of the University of Guelph Library

Time: The Colloquium will run from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; on-site registration will be available from 9:30 a.m. in the Library lobby.

Parking: Nearby visitor parking lots on campus are P44 (access from College Ave East) and P31 (access from South Ring Road). Detailed directions to these and other campus parking lots can be found here: www.parking.uoguelph.ca/find-parking

Online registration is now available! Registration is $30 for Scottish Studies Foundation members and for early-bird registrants on or before September 18; the price increases to $35 for non-SSF registrants after that date. A student rate of $10 is available. As always, lunch and coffee break refreshments are included in the registration price.

For more information, or to register online, visit www.uoguelph.ca/scottish/events/fall. If you have any questions, please contact us at scottish@uoguelph.ca.

We look forward to seeing you at the Colloquium on September 26!

 


 

Library Services

Tri-University Library Services

All students in the Tri-University Program are eligible to access print and electronic resources (e.g. journals, books, e-journals, and e-books) owned by any of the Tri-University Group of Libraries (TUG). For subject guides specific to your university library, please go to the:

Print Resources

Your student card automatically entitles you access to all of the Tri-U (TUG) Libraries (including branches and satellites) and borrow items directly. You can also request items through the catalogue from any of the TUG libraries to be sent to your home library for pickup. See the TUG Library lending policy for more details

Electronic Resources

Accessing the electronic resources from the other TUG Libraries requires you to be registered for access at all three libraries, and most students in the Tri-University graduate program in history are automatically pre-registered at all three TUG libraries.  If you do experience problems accessing resources across the TUG library system, please  click on one of these links if you are a:

Interlibrary Loan

Each TUG Library offers its students Interlibrary loan services beyond the 3 institutions. That is, if you can identify a print or microform item that exists somewhere in the world, your home library will try and get it for you, at no additional cost to you. For more information on this, click on one of these links if you are a:

Additionally, as a graduate student in a Canadian University, you are entitled to freely visit, borrow, and return items at any Canadian academic library (fees applicable for the University of Toronto). See this page for more information

Research Assistance

Each TUG Library has a librarian that supports the history programs at each of the institutions. These librarians are happy to support you in your research endeavours, including assistance with search strategies, identifying appropriate resources, citation management, and more. Please contact your home library librarian:

Tri-University Social Media

Follow @TriUHistory on Twitter

Follow the TriU on Facebook

Join the TUGSA Facebook Group

Military History Speaker Series

Tarah Brookfield

“Disaster May Never Occur Here: Mobilizing Women for Cold War Civil Defence”

March 18th, 7:00 pm
LCMSDS, 232 King St. N. Waterloo, ON

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Tarah Brookfield is an Associate Professor in History and Youth and Children’s Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford Campus. Her research focuses on the social history of war, child welfare, and peace activism in 20th century Canada. She is the author of Cold War Comforts: Canadian Women, Child Safety and Global Insecurity (Wilfrid Laurier Press, 2012) which was a finalist for the 2013 Canada Prize. She has also published articles about Canadian women’s political activism during the First World War and Vietnam War, children’s engagement with the United Nations, and youth’s anxiety about nuclear war. Her new book project is Educating for Peace: Adults, Youth, and Families on Grindstone Island which examines the community set up by Quakers and likeminded peace activists to explore peace, non-violence, and social justice education between 1960-1990.

 

 

 


 

Tri-University History Conference 2015

WAR, MEMORY AND COMMEMORATION

7 March 2015 TriUPoster2015_Final_RBG

Balsillie School of International Affairs
67 Erb Street West
Waterloo, ON N2L 6C2

Please join us for the 2015 annual Tri-University History Conference to be held on March 7, 2015 at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Organized by the history departments of Wilfrid Laurier University, the University of Guelph and Waterloo University, the theme of this year’s conference is “War, Memory and Commemoration.” The keynote address will be given by Sir Hew Strachan, Chichele Professor of the History of War at All Souls College, Oxford, UK.

*Please note that the keynote address will take place at 12:45pm at the Delta Waterloo Hotel, 110 Erb St (Silver Lake Ballroom A+B).

This year’s conference will also feature a “showcase” of the best of TriU graduate student papers which are not directly covered by the main theme.

For general conference details, please click on this poster.

For details on panels and presentations, please click here to view the conference programme.

 


 

2015 Tri-University Conference Programme

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2014 Scottish Studies Fall Colloquium

ScottishStudies2014This event will be held at the University of Guelph, UC 103 on October 4 from 9.30am to 4.30pm. This year, the Jill McKenzie Lecture will be given by Professor Michael Lynch, Emeritus Sir William Fraser Chair of Scottish History and Palaeography at the University of Edinburgh and we will also feature a lecture by Ken McGoogan, author of “How Scots Invented Canada,” among other lectures.

Registration for the Colloquium can be done online through https://www.uoguelph.ca/scottish/events/fall or in person on the day of the Colloquium (from 9am to 9.30am). Do contact us for more information at scottish@uoguelph.ca

For more details, please click the image to the right and/or view the full colloquium schedule here: Schedule

 

 


 

Tri-University Graduate History Conference

TRI-UNIVERSITY HISTORY CONFERENCE 2019

“‘In Small and Large Things Remembered’: Material Culture and History”

9 March 2019

University of Guelph

50 Stone Road East

Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1

 

Please join us for the 2019 annual Tri-University History Conference to be held on 9 March 2019 at the University of Guelph, in Guelph, Ontario. This year’s theme is “‘In Small and Large Things Remembered’: Material Culture and History”.

 

Whether medieval illustrated manuscripts, Manet’s paint box, statuary, or everyday items of the home, material objects have shaped and have had a tremendous influence on history. Physical objects, resources, and spaces reveal a great deal about the time in which they were useful and how people defined their culture. “‘In Small and Large Things Remembered’” invites graduate students and scholars to tell the stories of objects that have been uncovered through their research. The Tri-University History Conference welcomes submissions over a broad area of studies and time periods on the impact of material culture on history.

 

The organizers consider ‘material culture’ in its broadest definition and are interested in submissions examining (but not limited to) the following:

Business Shopping
Craft Museums/exhibitions
Mementos Memorials
Architecture Music
Art Colour
Repatriation of Indigenous artefacts Photography
Technology Archives
The book Objects
War symbols (e.g. poppy, medals, etc.) Furniture

 

The organizing committee welcomes and invites submissions not explicitly related to the conference theme, particularly from graduate students from the Tri-University Graduate History Program.

 

Please send a one-page abstract of your proposal and contact information to

TriU2019@outlook.com by January 15.

 

 

 

PhD Student Profile Form

Incoming PhDs and current students without online profiles are encouraged to add their information to the Tri-Univeristy website. In order to submit your profile, please complete this form below, attach a personal photograph and submit. You will receive notice once your profile has been added to the website.

Thank you in advance for contributing to the growth of our online community!

 

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MA Course Registration

*The information listed below is only for current Tri-University students

This page provides the information needed to register in University of Waterloo, University of Guelph and Wilfrid Laurier University courses offered in the Tri-University Graduate Program in History. Because WLU needs to register for both terms in the Spring, students were asked to preregister for their WLU courses for both Fall and Winter terms.

To register you need to log in to the Tri-University Course Selection Site: http://www.prereg-triuhistory.com/login.aspx

None of the History MA courses at the University of Waterloo, the University of Guelph or Wilfrid Laurier University are open to self-registration other than through the Tri-University registration program. To determine the dates of the registration, please contact the graduate administrative assistant in your department by phone or email.

Because of university regulations, no course taken at a university other than your home university will appear on your official transcript until you fill out an Ontario Visiting Graduate Student (OVGS) form. You must fill out these forms and have them signed by the first week of class. Once the forms have been submitted to the graduate administrative assistant in your home department, you will be officially registered in the courses you are taking at one of the other two Tri-University campuses. The registration process temporarily reserves you a space in a class, but you will not be formally registered and the class will not appear on the official class list until your OVGS form is completed. OVGS forms are available in your department and on-line from the Graduate Studies office at your university.

When registering, please pay attention to prerequisites. All prerequisites are listed in the individual course descriptions on the registration website. If you register for a course without enrolling in its prerequisite, you will be dropped from that course. No student may enroll in the “thesis” without permission of the graduate officer in your home department. Any student enrolling in the “thesis” course without prior approval will be dropped from that course.

Students should enroll in the number of courses each term appropriate to their stream of study and the speed with which they want to complete their degree. For more information, you should read the MA program handbook available on the Tri-University Program website or consult your university Graduate Program Calendar.

If you have any questions, please contact me or one of the graduate officers/administrators in your home department. All our contact information is available on the Tri-University website ( www.triuhistory.ca ).

 

Instructions on Using the Tri-University Graduate Program in History Registration System

To register for your courses:

1. Go to: http://www.prereg-triuhistory.com/login.aspx  during the registration period (to determine the registration window please contact the graduate administrative assistant in your department by phone or email).

2. Log in using the Email and Password that was provided to you.

3. Select or delete yourself from classes.

4. Confirm your selection.

5. Go to “Your courses,” print a copy of your selection and keep it for your records.

6. Revisit the site as often as you like during the registration window and make any changes you deem necessary.

7. Please do not change your assigned email or password. If you have to change an email or password login, notify the graduate administrative assistant in your home department and notify her of the change so that we can continue to access your file.

Whalen, Jane (2013) – “Wasting Away: Canada’s First Nations, Tuberculosis, and the Politics of Race and Health, 1882-1951”

Harris, Tavis (2013) – “Treaty is better than a Battleship: Canada, Autonomy and Interwar Naval Disarmament”

Greavette, Gordon (2013) – “The Politics of Munitions Production in Canada, 1914-16”

MacLeod, Daniel (2013) – “Servants to St. Mungo: The Church in Sixteenth-Century Glasgow”

Tri-University History Conference 2014

Histories and Communities

22 March 20142014-TriU-Conf-Poster

Balsillie School of International Affairs
67 Erb Street West
Waterloo, ON N2L 6C2

The Tri-University Conference provides an opportunity for students and faculty to share exciting new insights into the past by engaging in fruitful discussion across all avenues of historical inquiry. This year, the conference will be held at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo.

The theme of the conference is Histories and Communities. Please click this link to download the .PDF conference program:

 

2014 Conference Program

 

 

 

Candidacy Statements

Below are the candidacy statements for the 2015-16 year. Listed first is the UWaterloo History Department GSA position, followed by the TUGSA Executive statements for all three Tri-University campuses.

University of Waterloo (GSA)

Russell Freure

My association with the University of Waterloo and the History Department began as a visiting student during my Masters in the Tri-University Graduate Program at Wilfrid Laurier. I was immediately made to feel welcome and quickly came to appreciate the positive energy and friendly, collegial atmosphere of Hagey Hall and the Tri-U. Now in the third year of a doctoral program, having developed rewarding relationships with my fellow grad students as well as members of the Tri-U faculty and administration, my connections have only grown stronger. At the same time, through my work as a teaching assistant I have met and come to know many undergraduates. I find myself in the position, as many do, of wanting to give back to a program that has provided me with so many opportunities and played such a crucial role in my academic and personal development.

My experiences at UW and with the Tri-U have been overwhelmingly positive and highly rewarding. The majority of those who I have met and spoken with share my feelings, though there have also been concerns raised, some of which I share. Particularly disconcerting is the uncertainty within the academic community as university administrations across the country look to address serious challenges, primarily financial. The trend has seen administrations target students through services, both academic and non-academic, in attempts to reduce spending and/or generate revenue. To date, we have been relatively fortunate in this respect, but given these circumstances a strong GSA has, perhaps, never been more important.

Still, there are many reasons to feel very positive about where we are now and the future possibilities. Student government plays, or at least should play an integral role in the way its school functions and have a direct voice in the decision making process, particularly when it concerns issues that affect them directly such as those related to their program. Building and maintaining relationships between faculty, students and administration is important to the success of the Tri-U, as is effectively communicating students’ concerns and needs and then making every effort to facilitate them. I would like to have the opportunity, as the GSA representative, to help safeguard and further strengthen and develop what is already a first rate program by contributing to this discourse on the Tri-U’s behalf. My past experience in supervisory and managerial positions coupled with my genuine interest and dedication, I believe, provide me with the tools to carry out this duty with the best interests of the program’s student body always at the fore.

Thank you for your consideration,
Russell Freure


 

University of Waterloo (TUGSA)

Joseph Buscemi

Representing the University of Waterloo history department as TUGSA Co-President has been a great honour. Attempting to uphold the contributions of my predecessor Geoff Keelan after his years of experience was challenging, yet I learned quickly and found the responsibility extremely positive and rewarding. I am tremendously grateful to the graduate students who elected me to this position last year, and I am very excited to run again this year.

An important part of my decision to run again is the retirement of Marjorie Hopkins and Matthew Wiseman. As they step down from their positions in the Executive, I think it is essential to preserve the continuity of TUGSA government as the lone returning Co-President. Marjorie and Matt provided two years of exemplary representation for their schools as Co-Presidents, and while fulfilling the duties of TUGSA with them, I was fortunate enough to learn the functions of the Executive from their laudable example. Being able to return to TUGSA as the UW Rep will allow me to maintain the consistency of the Executive and provide TUGSA with fundamental experience that allows the new Executive to immediately begin building upon our current endeavours. I hope to provide the guidance that helps the future Executive perform their duties without delay or unfamiliarity with organization and responsibilities and to further develop our established relationship with the Tri-U Faculty Committee. Helping to solve the disparate expectations of the Tri-U schools was another top priority of the Executive in 2014. As such, I also believe it is critical to bring my organizational memory to continue the initiatives TUGSA has established to improve cooperation and consistency of graduate experiences between the three campuses.

As stated in my 2014 statement, my goal was to promote social networking and events within the Tri-U while simultaneously acknowledging the strict budget limits of student government. I am very proud to say I believe we have achieved that goal, as not only were social events expanded, this year I was able to help TUGSA finish under budget. While in TUGSA, I worked diligently to create and oversee new community building activities such as TUGSA curling (which we hope to repeat soon!), and to improve and help organize perennial traditions, such as bringing the Holiday Social to The Oakroom at the Walper Hotel, all while lowering expenses. I also look forward to continuing my role as intermediary where I have brought the concerns of graduate students to members of the Tri-University Committee, while also addressing important matters such as graduate funding, workloads and guidelines at faculty meetings.

When I began I stated my desire to promote the connection, camaraderie and support that I experienced as a Tri-U student. Having had the pleasure of meeting so many great people and fellow students while serving as Co-President, I feel even more connected and committed to the Tri-University program. If fortunate enough to return, I will continue to uphold the high standards and reputation of one of the premier graduate history programs in the country, and to reflect the quality of its students. Having worked with two esteemed colleagues this past year, I have witnessed the tradition of excellence and dedication that defines the TUGSA Executive, and that is a tradition I would again be honoured to continue.

AMENDMENT: At the time I submitted my statement I was the only returning co-president. I’m delighted to see Matt is returning to the TUGSA Executive and continuing his years of dedicated service. I look forward to working with him again and helping to make 2016 a great year for TUGSA and the Tri-U community.

Thank you for your consideration,
Joseph Andrew Buscemi

 

University of Guelph

Erin Schuurs

While I am a relatively new student to the Tri-University program, I am not new to student leadership. Throughout my career as a student I have been involved with numerous committees, organizations, and teams, all with the express purpose of facilitating community and supporting students in their academic endeavours.

As an undergraduate student, I was very involved with the student history society and served as the organization’s treasurer. In this capacity I worked to dialogue with students about their concerns regarding the running of the department, classes offered, and other general interests. I also helped organize and develop numerous events and activities to offer my fellow students opportunities to interact and enjoy their time at university. I enjoyed working with faculty members and other students to implement new initiatives and contribute to making the department a welcoming community.

I would like to continue this work at the University of Guelph. Through this position I hope to ensure that Tri-University students can have a say in administrative and academic decisions within the program to ensure that they feel they are receiving the best education possible. I also hope to contribute to the Tri-University community by creating opportunities to interact, develop friendships, and establish a positive and supportive work environment.

Thank-you for your consideration,
Erin Schuurs

 

Call for Papers: 2014 Tri-University Conference

This year’s Tri-University Conference will be held on March 22 at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo. For information on registration and/or proposal submission, please visit the Tri-U website. Registration closes on February 7.

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Tri-University Undergraduate Conference

The Wilfrid Laurier University History Students’ Association will be holding their annual Tri-University Undergraduate Conference on March 1st, 2014. Graduate students are needed to chair panels, where undergraduates will present papers on a wide range of subjects. Interested graduate students are asked to email wluhistory@gmail.com for more information.

MA Fellowship Oppurtunity

Through Veterans’ Eyes: Digital Approaches to the Hidden Histories of Veterans, Families, and the State 1918 – 2000 is a joint project of Mark Humphries (Memorial), Cynthia Comacchio (WLU), and Terry Copp (WLU). As part of this project, the Departments of History at Memorial University and Wilfrid Laurier University will be offering four one-year fellowships valued at $20,000. Please visit the Tri-U website for more details.

LCMSDS Volunteer Opportunity

The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies is seeking an interested PhD student from the Tri-University to join its team of committed researchers. For more information, including who to contact, please visit the Tri-U website.

2013 Tri-University PhD Info Sessions

Thinking about applying for a PhD in the near or distant future? Join us to discuss the process of pursing that goal.

1) University of Guelph

  • Wednesday, 27 November – 11:00am
  • History Department – Room 2020

2) University of Waterloo

  • Wednesday, 27 November – 4:00pm
  • PAS 2083

For more information please click here: PhD Info Session – Guelph  &  PhD Info Session – Waterloo


 

2013 Remembrance Day Talk

“Military History Beyond Memory: Is Remembrance Day Still Relevant?”

Join us for our discussion about the evolution of Remembrance Day. Who does it include and exclude? How have opinions of this commemorative day changed over the years?

Speakers include:

  • Dr. James Skidmore, Germanic and Slavic Studies
  • Dr. Nathan Funk, Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Kirk W. Goodlet, History Ph.D Candidate
  • Dave Gall, Library Associate – Collections

Discussion moderated by Dr. Geoffrey Hayes from the History Department.

Monday, November 11th
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Hagey Hall 1102

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2013 Hagey Lecture

Dr. Margaret MacMillan, “Choice or Accident: The Outbreak of World War One”

Historian Margaret MacMillan presented the 2013 Hagey Lecture. Below are the details of the event.

2013 Hagey Lecture PosterMargaret MacMillan is regarded as a leading historian of the British Empire at the turn of the 20th century. She is an officer of the Order of Canada, a member of the Royal Society of Literature, and a professor of history at Oxford University. In addition to numerous articles on Canadian and world affairs, Professor MacMillan has written several award-winning books, including The Uses and Abuses of History and Paris 1919: Six Months that Changed the World.

Sept. 19th, 8:00pm

Free Admission, and all are welcome!

HH – J.G. Hagey Hall of the Humanities
Humanities Theatre
University of Waterloo

More information can be found here.

 


 

Rural History Roundtable

Rural History Roundtable Speakers’ Series

The University of Guelph’s Rural History Roundtable Speakers’ Series is proud to present another semester of original and engaging talks.

 

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Rural History Roundtatble Speakers’ Series, Winter 2015

 

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Rural History Roundtatble Speakers’ Series, Fall 2014

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Rural History Roundtatble Speakers’ Series, Fall 2013

Rural History Roundtable Fall 2013 Series Poster

Mark down your calendars now, and visit our website for more information about our speakers’ series or ‘like us’ on Facebook. http://www.uoguelph.ca/ruralhistory/whatsNew/index.html

Topics on Tap

Each calendar year the Tri-University Graduate Student Association hosts “Topics on Tap,” an informal lecture series for Tri-U graduate students. This year we are seeking to invite 2-3 presenters per date, to speak on their research. Presentations can be as formal or informal as the speakers wish, and students are invited to present on any aspect of their research – an overview of an entire MA or PhD project would be as welcome as a more focused conference paper style presentation. Following each talk, we will engage in informal discussion about the research presented over a drink.

Meetings will be scheduled in the late afternoon/early evening (exact dates/times TBA).

Please consider becoming an invited speaker for TUGSA’s “Topics on Tap” lecture series!

 

PhD Students by Campus

Wilfrid Laurier University

Paul Brewer

Brittany Dunn

Kyle Falcon

Trevor Ford

Cody Groat

Michelle Johnston

Kyle Pritchard

Eric Story

University of Waterloo

Jesse Abbott

Yelena Abdullayeva

Daniel Attrell

Joseph Buscemi

Paul Evans

Russell Freure

Matthew Gayford

Samantha Hossack

Alan Maricic

Andrew Moore

Christina Entz Moss

Lucy Vorobej

University of Guelph

Lisa Baer

Amy Beingessner

Rebecca Brain

Ted Cogan

Logan Fromm

Marc-André Gagnon

Chelsea Hartlen

Kesia Kvill

Brandon Mendonca

Erin Schuurs

Sarah Shropshire

Jianda Yuan

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