History of Canada: First Peoples’ Perspectives

Join us for the last event of this season in the series Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change on December 8th from 8pm to 9:30pm. The speakers will present the vision and objectives of…

The Social Memory Technology or the Power of Life Stories: Karen Worcman in Conversation with Pierrot Ross-Tremblay

Don’ miss the next event in the series Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change. In this exchange ‘The Social Memory Technology or the Power of Life Stories: Karen Worcman in Conversation with Pierrot Ross-Tremblay,’ the presenters will use…

AHNB’s Award of Distinction 2021

AHNB’s Award of Distinction 2021, was presented to the Fredericton Region Museum in recognition of their impressive exhibition “Our Black History: Early Black Settlers of York-Sunbury Counties, 1783-Present.”This exhibition is noteworthy in its presentation of…

Pan-Canadian Survey on the Teaching of History

Do you teach history or social studies in a Canadian K-12 (or “5e secondaire” in Québec) educational institution? Are you willing to complete an online survey about history teaching and learning? This is a once-a-generation…

Yarning about Yarning, by Professor Stuart Barlo

November 24th at 7pm, join us for the next event in the series Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change. In this presentation “Yarning about Yarning,” Professor Stuart Barlo, Dean of the Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples at Southern Cross University, will explain and elaborate…

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