Congratulations to Dr. Raphaël Gani, Ph.D!

On Wednesday, May 25, our student member Raphaël Gani successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled ”Whose Francophone Perspectives Inquiring into the History, Means and Implementation of an Alberta Social Studies Curriculum Mandate”. We warmly congratulate…

Learning from the past, Navigating the present, and Shaping the future- CSSE 50th conference

2022 marks CSSE’s 50th anniversary, and the 50th annual conference!To celebrate this occasion, and to support our reflections on this year’sconference theme – Learning from the past, Navigating the present, andShaping the future – CSSE is pleased…

Teaching and learning the legacy of residential schools for remembering and reconciliation in Canada

In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada released a Final Report containing 94 Calls to Action. Included were calls for reform in how history is taught in Canadian schools, so that students…

Tracking the Castleton Massacre: A Study in the Uses and Limitations of Oral Histories

Join us at the next Research Dialogues session that will take place on Tuesday,  May 17th  from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. via the Zoom platform on the following theme: Tracking the Castleton Massacre: A Study…

Members of the ERU have been hard at work!

First off, Heather E. McGregor recently published an article in The Journal of Theory and Practice, “A ‘wicked problem’: rethinking history education in the Anthropocene“. She is also the author of a chapter in the…

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