Category Archives: 2013-2014

The Harriet Tubman Institute’s Speaker Series: Dr. Bronwen Everill: “Sierra Leone Trade and the Ethical Atlantic”

The Harriet Tubman Institute’s Speaker Series will recommence on Wednesday, February 5th at 3:30pm in 305 York Lanes. Dr. Bronwen Everill from King’s College in London will be presenting her current research: “Sierra Leone Trade and the Ethical Atlantic.” Come … Continue reading

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“What do you do when you’re not a grad student?”: An Interview with Brooke Sales-Lee

As part of our efforts to connect graduate students outside of the classroom/department, we’re interviewing our fellow grad students about what they do when they’re not reading, writing, or researching. This week we interview Brooke Sales-Lee, a PhD Year I … Continue reading

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Teaching History @ York: Winter TA Day – Teaching Students to Write Research Papers

On Monday January 13th Teaching History at York (TH@Y) is hosting its first workshop of the winter term. This workshop is focused on preparing students for the large research papers and writing projects that are common to the second term … Continue reading

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Historians’ Craft Series: Dr. Nancy van Deusen on December 5th

GHSA Historian’s Craft series presents: Dr. Nancy van Deusen “All the World in a Village: Indio Slaves in Sixteenth-Century Carmona, Spain” Thursday December 5th, 2-3:30pm VH2183 History Common Room “This case study of the village of Carmona, 20 miles northeast … Continue reading

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First Nations Solidarity Documentary Screening, Dec 4, 2:30-4pm

Join the CUPE 3903 First Nations Solidarity Working Group for food, discussion, and a documentary screening of “Biimadasahwin.” December 4, 2:30-4pm, 109 Atkinson, York University. Biimadasahwin means “life” in Ojibway. It is the name given to a place and project … Continue reading

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“What do you do when you’re not a grad student?”: An Interview with Karlee Sapoznik

As part of our efforts to connect graduate students outside of the classroom/department, we’re interviewing our fellow grad students about what they do when they’re not reading, writing, or researching. This week we interview Karlee Sapoznik, a PhD candidate who … Continue reading

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Robarts Centre Seminar Series: Danielle Terbenche on November 14

All students and faculty are warmly invited to the next Robarts Centre Seminar Series event, on Thursday November 14, 2013. Danielle Terbenche (Robarts Centre SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow) will be presenting “Medicine without Doctors: Ecology, Community and Health in Canada, 1791-1850” from 3 to 4 p.m. … Continue reading

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