Actualités

Les résultats du projet sont publiés sous la forme d'un livre : Canadians and Their Pasts, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2013, 248 p.


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Canadians and Their Pasts Newsletter
Spring / Printemps 2009


Canadians and Their Pasts Newsletter
Fall / Automne 2008


Canadians and Their Pasts Newsletter
Spring / Printemps 2008


Canadians and Their Pasts Newsletter
Fall / Automne 2007





29 septembre au 1er octobre 2011, Québec, Québec

LE PASSÉ ET NOUS. DE LA CONSCIENCE HISTORIQUE AU XXIE SIÈCLE

Du 29 septembre au 1er octobre 2011 aura lieu, a Quebec, un important colloque sur le theme "Le passé et nous. De la conscience historique au XXIe siecle". L'événement réunira des chercheurs et des praticiens du Canada, de l'Australie, des États-Unis, de la France et de la Finlande pour discuter de la place et de l'importance du passé dans la vie ordinaire des gens. On y abordera également des questions touchant aux enjeux et défis de la communication de l'histoire a notre époque.
Voir le programme 

Voir l'affiche
Voir les archives vidéo



PrÈsentation de David Northrup

COLLOQUE "LE PASSŠ ET NOUS"
QuÈbec, 30/09/11
Voir la prÈsentation Powerpoint
 



Archives






5 novembre 2009, Moncton, Nouveau-Brunswick

LES ACADIENS ET LEURS PASSÉS

D'une durée d'une journée, ce symposium abordera la question du rapport que les Acadiens, notamment les jeunes, entretiennent avec l'histoire. Des comparaisons seront effectuÈes avec le cas des Québécois.



5 November 2009, Moncton, New Brunswick

ACADIANS AND THEIR PASTS

This one day symposium will feature the release of the results an extensive research project on the Acadians and their pasts. A particular emphasis will be put on young Acadians and history. Comparisons will also be done with Quebecers.




5-6 November 2009, Moncton, New Brunswick

KNOWING OURSELVES: THE CHALLENGE OF TEACHING HISTORY IN CANADIAN MINORITY COMMUNITIES


Building on six highly successful biennial national conferences on the teaching and learning of the history of Canada, the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS), in collaboration with a number of other organizations, will be holding a national symposium on the challenge of teaching, learning and communicating history in Canada's minority language communities. The symposium will take place in Moncton, New-Brunswick, 5-6 November 2009.

The symposium will address current issues in teaching and communicating history, as well as the relevance of history in our daily lives.

For additional information and to register please contact James Ondrick at the Association for Canadian Studies.
514 925-3097
james.ondrick@acs-aec.ca
www.acs-aec.ca



Les 5 et 6 novembre 2009 Moncton (Nouveau-Brunswick)


SE CONNAÎTRE : LES DÉFIS DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT, DE L'APPRENTISSAGE ET DE LA DIFFUSION DE L'HISTOIRE DU CANADA AUPRÈS DES MINORITÉS DE LANGUES OFFICIELLES


A la suite du succès retentissant de ses six dernières conférences nationales bisannuelles sur l'enseignement, l'apprentissage et la diffusion de l'histoire du Canada, l'Association d'études canadiennes (AEC) tiendra, en collaboration avec d'autres organismes, une conférence nationale sur les défis de l'enseignement, de l'apprentissage et de la diffusion de l'histoire du Canada auprËs des minoritÈs de langues officielles. La conférence, qui aura lieu à Moncton les 5 et 6 novembre 2009, portera sur les facons efficaces d'enseigner l'histoire dans notre vie quotidienne.


Pour obtenir de plus amples informations et pour vous inscrire à ces conférences veuillez communiquer avec James Ondrick, de l'Association d'études canadiennes
514 925-3097
james.ondrick@acs-aec.ca
www.acs-aec.ca




October 5-7, 2009


Del Muise (Carleton University) "EARNED OR BESTOWED?": ENGAGING THE PAST IN CANADA'S MUSEUMS & HISTORIC SITES"


National Historic Sites Alliance of Ontario Annual Conference, October 5-7, 2009 at the Diefenbunker in Carp, Ontario.




17-19 September / septembre 2009


Jocelyn Létourneau "Que faire de 1759 ?", colloque 1759 Revisited: The Conquest of Canada in Historical Perspective, London (U.K.)


See www.americas.sas.ac.uk/events/programmes/ConquestofCanada.html for more information.





Archives





Ottawa, 27 mai 2009.


Jocelyn Létourneau, “S’il te plaît, dessine moi un passé! La forme de l’expérience historique canadienne,” colloque annuel de la Société royale du Canada (“Redefining Identities in Contemporary Canada/Repenser les identités dans le Canada contemporain”), Ottawa, 27 mai 2009.




26 May 2009


Gerald Friesen, "Canadians, Historians, and a National Survey," Keynote Address, Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, Ottawa, 26 May 2009.




1 May 2009


Peter Seixas, Keynote, “Conversations with the Past,” Vancouver Historica Fair, Vancouver Museum, Vancouver BC, 1 May 2009 (available at: http://vimeo.com/5042248).




27 March 2009


David Northrup, “Visiting and Trusting Museums: Findings from the Canadians and Their Pasts Survey,” Plenary address, Canadian Museums Association National Conference, Toronto, 27 March 2009.




27 March 2009


Jocelyn Létourneau,‘Histoire et conscience historique ý l’ère posthistorique’,Plenary address, Canadian Museums Association National Conference, Toronto, 27 March 2009.




13 February, 2009


Peter Seixas, “Can You Trust Your History Teacher?”Keynote, National Forum on Canadian History, Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, 13 February, 2009.




27-28 October 2008


Canadians and their Pasts 2008 Annual Meeting in Quebec City, 27-28 October 2008;Les Canadiens et leurs passés : réunion annuelle, Québec, 27-28 octobre 2008


Association for Canadian Studies Annual Conference, Quebec City, 24-26 October 2008; Quelle histoire pour quel avenir?/ Whose History for Whose Future?


Canadian Dialogue: The State of Relations between Canada’s communities


Peter Seixas, “Historical Thinking in High School,” Association for Canadian Studies, Quebec City QC, 24 October, 2008.


Gerald Friesen, "Historical Thinking in University Survey Courses, Association of Canadian Studies,” Quebec City, 24 October 2008


Margaret Conrad, “Doing Public History: Implications and Consequences for Historians,” Association for Canadian Studies Conference, Quebec City, 24 October 2008





28 September 2008


Margaret Conrad, “Does Atlantic Canada live under the weight of too much history?” Guest speaker for the launch of the Atlantic issue of the Literary Review of Canada (October 2008), Halifax, 28 September 2008.




August 2008


Gerald Friesen, "Historical Writing in Western Canada 1900-2000," Keynote lecture, Western Canadian Studies Conference, University of Alberta, August 2008




June 2008


Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, June 2008

Session: Canadians and their Pasts/Les Canadiens et leurs passÈs, 2 June 2008


Kadriye Ercikan and Jocelyn Letourneau, “Do Quebecers Think Differently About The(ir) Pasts than Other Canadians? / Les Québécois et le autres Canadiens face au passé: différences et resemblances”


David Northrup, “How and Why Canadians Engage the Past”


Peter Seixas, “‘History’ and ‘the Past’: Do Canadians Think of them Differently?”


Chair: Gerald Friesen


Session: Navigating Historical Controversies with Integrity / Naviguer dans les controverses historiques avec intÈgritÈ, 3 June 2008


Margaret Conrad, “Towards a Participatory Historical Culture”


Lyle Dick, “Dialogue: Learning from Historical Controversies”


Peter Seixas, “Obsolete Icons and the Teaching of History”

Victor Rabinovitch, “The Bomber Command Controversy and the Canadian War Museum: Perspectives of a Museum Administrator” Chair: Jean Barman


Ruth Sandwell, “Centring the Family: Mary S. Hartman’s The Household and the Making of History: A Subversive View of the Western Past,”




4 June 2008


CHA Annual meeting, 4 June 2008




8 April 2008


Canadians Museums Association Annual Conference, University of Victoria, 8 April 2008


Session: Engaging the politics of the past in museums Facilitated by Lon Dubinsky, Canadian Museums Association; Del Muise, Department of History, Carleton University; John Pollard, Institute for Social Research, York University




27 March 2008


American Educational Research Association, New York City, 27 March 2008

Panel: History and the Past: Towards a Measure of “Everyman’s” Epistemology

Peter Seixas, University of British Columbia


Kadriye Ercikan, University of British Columbia


David Northrup, Institute for Social Research, York University




November-December 2007 / novembre-dÈcembre 2007


Jocelyn Létourneau on CBC Radio One's Ideas

PASSAGES TO THE FUTURE


A journey into the subtle and provocative ideas of historian Jocelyn LÈtourneau. As a leader of a new wave of Quebec intellectuals, he rejects melancholic myths that portray Quebeckers as victims of their past, trapped by unfulfilled political dreams. His ideas on the resilience of Quebeckers and the complexity of their history breathe new life into old debates about Quebec's identity, distinctiveness and destiny. In this new series, Jocelyn LÈtourneau talks with IDEAS producer Sara Wolch about his vision of the past, the implications of his thinking for students of history, and his hopes for the future of Quebec and Canada. Click here to listen




21-22 June 2007


Les musées médiateurs: Colloque organisé par le Musée de la civilisation et l'Association des musées canadiens dans le cadre du projet Les Canadiens et leurs passés/ Museums as mediators: A symposium organized by the MusÈe de la civilisation and Canadian Museums Association or the Canadians and Their Pasts Project, 21-22 June 2007





20 février 2007


Auditorium II, Musée de la civilisation, QuÈbec, 20 fÈvrier 2007


Jocelyn Létourneau, "Les Canadiens et leurs passés", présentation devant le Groupe de recherche sur les politiques, du secteur de la Planification et des affaires ministérielles, ministère du Patrimoine canadien, Ottawa.



May 2007


Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, May 2007


Victoria Dickenson, “How Many Is Enough? Feeding the Insatiable Digital Archive,” 28 May 2007.


Lyle Dick, Sergeant Masumi Mitsui and the Japanese Canadian War Memorial: Intersections of National, Cultural, and Personal Memory, 28 May 2009.


Presidential Address, Margaret Conrad, “Public History and Its Discontents,” 30 May 2007.


Roundtable on Historians’ Role in the Creation and Management of Historic Sites and Museums in Canada, 30 May 2007


Andrée Gendreau, Musée de la civilization, “What Role for Historians?”


Veronica Strong-Boag, University of British Columbia, “Struggling with the Hierarchy of Importance in Historical Commemoration”


John G. McAvity, Canadian Museums Association, “Museums and Research”


Larry Ostola, Parks Canada, “The Practice of History in the Context of National Historic Sites”


Chair: Frits Pannekoek, Athabasca University

Canadians and their Pasts, 30 May 2007 Del Muise, “Working with Partners in search of their Pasts”


Kadriye Ercikan, Comparison of Language-groups in the Canadians and Their Pasts Survey”


David Northrup, “The National Survey: A Preliminary Probe into the Results”


Chair: Gerald Friesen




October 20-22 octobre 2006


Association d'études canadiennes/Association for Canadian Studies, Annual Conference, Vancouver, October 20-22 octobre 2006


Canada West to East: Teaching History in a Time of Change / Le Canada d'ouest en est : enseigner l'histoire en pÈriode de changement. A National Conference on Teaching, Learning and Communicating the History of Canada / Une conférence nationale sur l'enseignement, l'apprentissage et la communication de l'histoire du canada.


Avec la participation / With the participation of Maurice Basque, Jocelyn LÈtourneau, David Northrup, Peter Seixas.




septembre 2006


L'Association d'études canadiennes vient de publier les résultats d'un sondage sur "Les Canadiens et leur connaissance de l'histoire" (Léger Marketing, septembre 2006)/ The Association of Canadian Studies has just released the results of a survey on "Canadians and their Knowledge of History (LÈger Marketing, September 2006).