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Friday, May 14, 2021 9:00 am - 9:00 am EDT (GMT -04:00)

31st Annual Canadian Military History Colloquium

The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies hosts the 31st Canadian Military History Colloquium which will be heldvirtuallyfrom 9 am to 5 pm ET on 14-15 May, 2021.

This year’s conference is free, but registration through the website is still required.

Saturday, May 15, 2021 9:00 am - 9:00 am EDT (GMT -04:00)

31st Annual Canadian Military History Colloquium

The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies hosts the 31st Canadian Military History Colloquium which will be heldvirtuallyfrom 9 am to 5 pm ET on 14-15 May, 2021.

This year’s conference is free, but registration through the website is still required.

March 25, 2023: 29th Annual Tri-University History Conference (Rescheduled)

Keynote and Performer

Dr. Omeasoo Wāhpāsiw of Carleton University will deliver the keynote address. Performer is Kevin McKay from Cross Lake First Nation.

Wednesday, March 6, 2024 11:59 pm - 11:59 pm EST (GMT -05:00)

Register by March 6! Tri-U Conference 2024

Register by March 6.

Conflict, Cooperation, and Commemoration: Examining Interactions in the Past foregrounds the interactions between historical figures and events and the memorialization of those actions and reactions. As historians, engaging in conflict and cooperation is a pillar of historical research and the processes that create the subject matter for our research.

Keynote speaker is Dr. Mikki Brock of Washington and Lee University who specializes in demonology, witchcraft, and religious beliefs and identities in Early Modern Scotland. The title of her talk is, “‘That horrid and devilish sin’: Witchcraft and memory in Covenanted Scotland."

Conflict, Cooperation, and Commemoration: Examining Interactions in the Past foregrounds the interactions between historical figures and events and the memorialization of those actions and reactions. As historians, engaging in conflict and cooperation is a pillar of historical research and the processes that create the subject matter for our research.

Keynote speaker is Dr. Mikki Brock of Washington and Lee University who specializes in demonology, witchcraft, and religious beliefs and identities in Early Modern Scotland. The title of her talk is, “‘That horrid and devilish sin’: Witchcraft and memory in Covenanted Scotland."

Register by March 6.