The Tri-University Graduate History Program is a partnership among three programs at three universities in south-western Ontario: the University of Guelph, the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University.
Welcome to Tri-University History Graduate Program
The Tri-University Graduate Program in History combines the faculty and resources of three of Canada’s premier universities, University of Guelph, University of Waterloo, and Wilfrid Laurier University. With over seventy graduate faculty in the program, we are one of the largest History graduate programs in the country and able to provide courses and supervise research across the widest possible range of areas. At the same time, through small seminars, close student-professor relationships, and teaching assistantships and scholarships held at one of our three participating campuses, we provide the atmosphere and collegiality of a smaller, more intimate program.
- Apr. 20, 2023Critical Histories of Blackness in Canada: R. v. R.D.S. by Barrington Walker now online!
Thanks to Tri-University History Graduate program's partner, Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada (LCSC), Dr. Barrington Walker's lecture delivered on Wednesday, March 22 is now available. Barrington is a professor of history at Wilfrid Laurier University as well as Associate Vice-President, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion there.
- Apr. 6, 2023Heather George, PhD candidate becomes Woodland Cultural Centre's executive director
In March 2023, the Tri-University Graduate Program in History (Tri-U) was excited to learn that the Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) announced Heather George’s appointment as their new executive director. Heather is a PhD candidate in history at the University of Waterloo supervised by Dr. Susan Roy. Heather is Kanien’kehá:ka and Euro-Canadian, her father’s family are from Akwesasne, along the St. Lawrence River.
- Apr. 3, 20232023 essay prize winners announced
MA award to Austin Foster and PhD award to Thomas M. Littlewood
- June 8, 2023Dr. Cindy Blackstock's "Spirit Bear's Guide to Reconciling History"
Dr. Cindy Blackstock will reflect on her career advocating for Indigenous children and families and discuss how the history of child welfare in Canada intersects with the history of colonialism.