The symposium was a huge success. A big thank you to all those who participated and to our collaborators for their generous support.
The Canadian History at the Crossroads Symposium will provide a unique opportunity to explore topics of historical consciousness, public discourse, history and museum pedagogies and acts of remembrance and commemoration in collaboration with academics, museum curators, artists, Indigenous elders and award-winning educators from across the country.
Participants will enjoy panel discussions, tour the Canadia Museum of History’s special exhibitions, Duplessis Gives to His Province, the Empress of Ireland and Snow, pilot the museum’s new educational programs and engage in dialogue during the event.
The Symposium is a collaboration among the Canadian Museum of History, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and the Education Research Unit: Faire l’histoire/Making History, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa.
Admission is free for Faculty of Education students.
View the poster for more details.
Canadian History at the Crossroads Symposium Program
Canadian History at the Crossroads_English Poster