Announcing the Winner of the 2023 Ian Lancashire Award for Student Promise, Megan Perram!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winner of the 2023 Ian Lancashire Award for Student Promise! This year’s award recipient is Dr. Megan Perram (she/her), who successfully defended her dissertation in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta (shortly after Congress) and is a Senior Policy Analyst in the Alberta Ministry of Mental Health and Addiction. Her research centres the experiences of women and nonbinary individuals

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Appel à candidatures pour le prix CSDH/SCHN – Début de carrière exceptionnelle

Le prix CSDH/SCHN – Début de carrière exceptionnelle vise à reconnaitre la contribution exceptionnelle d’un(e) chercheur(se) canadien(ne) ou d’un(e) résident(e) permanent(e) ou un(e) chercheur(se) dans un établissement canadien pendant le début de sa carrière. Pour être admissibles, les candidats doivent avoir obtenu leur doctorat depuis moins de 10 ans. Les candidats

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London Ontario street with Hear, Here London sign. Rue de London Ontario avec le panneau "Hear, Here London".

CSDH/SCHN 2020 Outstanding Contribution Award: Hear, Here London

Hear, Here London and its team are the winners of the CSDH/SCHN 2020 Outstanding Contribution Award. Hear, Here is led by Dr. Ariel Beaujot, an Associate Professor of History University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, and an Associate Visiting Professor Department of History University of Western. Hear, Here London is directed by

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An Online Conference: How will this work?

All presenters have been asked to upload a version of their talk to our own Humanities Commons Group, at least one week prior to their scheduled session. This version of the talk can take many forms: it could be a written draft of a paper, slides with notes, a video

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Change of Venue, Change of Theme

CSDH/SCHN takes seriously the statement made by the Black Canadian Studies Association (BCSA) that an online Congress of the Humanities would be ineffectual and inappropriate, particularly as the online format would make it impossible to properly engage Congress’s theme of Bridging Divides: Confronting Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism. The CSDH/SCHN PC

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CSDH / SCHN 2020 moving online

Dear CSDH-SCHN Community, As we plan for our annual meeting we are taking the recent spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously. The CSDH-SCHN Program Committee and the CSDH-SCHN Executive met this week and have decided that, for our 2020 meeting, we are going to make the move to an online

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CSDH/SCHN conference peer review guidelines

The CSDH/SCHN community prides itself on being professional, courteous, and supportive. With this in mind, the CSDH/SCHN 2020 PC has prepared the following guidelines for reviewing submissions to our annual conference.  Reviews should be at least 1-2 paragraphs in length and should suggest ways that the proposal could be improved.

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2019 Ian Lancashire Student Promise Award: Emese Ilyefalvi

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winner of the 2019 Ian Lancashire Promise Award — the award goes to Emese Ilyefalvi for “Looking through the Hungarian verbal charm corpus.” A visiting scholar at the Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies at the University of Alberta,

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CFP: CSDH-SCHN at Congress 2020

CSDH/SCHN Conference 2020 London ON , May 31- June 3rd, 2020 Update: The CFP has been extended until January 10th, 2020!!! (Appel en français ci-dessous.) The Canadian Society for Digital Humanities ( invites scholars, practitioners, and graduate students to submit proposals for papers, panels, and digital demonstrations for its annual

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Executive council update & upcoming vote

CSDH/SCHN is pleased to announce that Geoffrey Rockwell has agreed to serve as President from 2019-2022. His bio is below, as well as those who have put themselves forward for the positions Vice President English and Member-at-Large. We are still seeking a Graduate Student Representative. If you are interested please

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Collaborative note-taking & Twitter participation at CSDH-SCHN 2019

This year, in an effort to encourage distance participation in our annual conference, the CSDH-SCHN Program Committee has set up a series of open documents for collaborative note-taking. The files can be found at this link: This experiment, done in the style of DLF conferences, allows members of the Canadian Digital Humanities

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