CCWH - CCHF

Canadian Committee on Women's History – Comité canadien de l'histoire des femmes

Reminder/Rappel: Call for Nominations/Appel à candidatures

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Chers\Chères membres du CCHF-CCWH,

Notre réunion annuelle approche à grands pas! Le comité exécutif de votre association a besoin de vous, car plusieurs postes doivent être comblés :

  • présidence (2018-2019)
  • vice-présidence / présidence (2018-2019 pour la vice présidence; 2019-2020 pour la présidence)
  • Représentant(e)s pour les régions suivantes (2018-2019):
    • Ontario
    • Québec
    • Colombie-Britannique, Yukon et Territoires du Nord-Ouest
  • Agent de liaison, International Federation for Research in Women’s History (2018-2019)
  • Représentant.e des chercheuses indépendantes (2018-2019)

Toutes les nominations sont les bienvenues, peu importe si vous faites partie de l’exécutif ou non, si vous vous portez volontaire, ou si vous songez à une personne dynamique que vous aimeriez voir siéger comme représentante. Bien sûr, les membres actuel(le)s peuvent nous signifier leur intention de continuer au même poste ou leur désir d’assumer de nouvelles responsabilités. Les membres sortant(e)s peuvent aussi nous suggérer des personnes pour les remplacer.

Les nominations seront annoncées lors de notre réunion annuelle, mercredi le 30 mai, lors du congrès de la SHC à Regina. Si nous recevons plus d’une nomination pour un même poste, nous procèderons à des élections. Les personnes nommées n’ont pas à être présentes à l’AG pour devenir membres de l’exécutif.

La vitalité et la représentativité de notre exécutif dépend de votre implication; nous espérons recevoir de nombreuses candidatures! Veuillez communiquer avec Carmen Nielson (cnielson@mtroyal.ca).

Cordialement,

Carmen Nielson


Dear CCWH/CCHF Members,

Our annual meeting is approaching fast!  The executive committee of the CCWH/CCHF needs you – we are seeking volunteers to fill the following positions:

  • Chair (2018-2019)
  • Vice-Chair/Chair (2018-2019 for Vice-Chair; 2019-2020 for Chair)
  • Regional Representatives for the following regions (2018-2019):
    • Ontario
    • Québec
    • BC, Yukon and NWT
  • Representative for International Federation for Research in Women’s History (2018-2019)
  • Representative for Independent Scholars (2018-2019)

All nominations are welcome, whether you have been a part of the executive before or not.  You may self-nominate or you may suggest someone you think would be a well-suited for a particular role.  As well, members currently serving in these positions are welcome to indicate their willingness to continue or their desire to assume new responsibilities.  Outgoing representatives may also suggest suitable people to be their replacements.

The nominations will be announced during our annual meeting, Wednesday, 30 May at Congress in Regina.  If we receive more than one nomination for the same position, we will proceed with elections.  Nominees do not have to be present at the AGM in order to serve.

The vibrancy of our executive depends on you!  We hope to receive numerous nominations – please contact Carmen Nielson (cnielson@mtroyal.ca).

Sincerely,

Carmen Nielson

Reminder/Rappel! Regional News/Nouvelles régionales!

There is still time!/Il reste encore du temps!


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Dear CCWH members,

Although spring, and our annual meeting, still seem very far away, the time has come to think about this year’s CCWH Newsletter. We look forward to hearing what you have been up to over the past year: please let us know about your recent publications, conference papers, events, websites, awards and distinctions of various kinds. Since I would like to have the Newsletter ready in time for Congress. Our Public History, Independent Scholars, Interdisciplinary Scholars, and Grad Students representatives (also listed below) are also eagerly awaiting your news. Photos taken at events related to women’s and gender history are most welcome and will add some colour to our newsletter.

Many thanks in advance,

Carmen Nielson

Chair, Canadian Committee on Women’s History

 

CCWH Representatives 2017-2018

Graduate Student Representatives: Kesia Kvill: kkvill@uoguelph.ca and Stephanie Pettigrew: Stephanie.Pettigrew@unb.ca

Independent Scholars’ Representative: Marie-Hélène Brunet: brunetmariehelene@gmail.com

BC, Yukon, and NWT Representative: Laura Ishiguro: Laura.Ishiguro@ubc.ca

Prairie Representative: Kristine Alexander: kristine.alexander@uleth.ca

Ontario Representative: Kristin Burnett: kburnett@lakeheadu.ca

Quebec Representative: Laurie Laplanche: laurie.laplanche.1@ulaval.ca

Atlantic Representative: Hannah Lane: hlane@mta.ca

Public History Representative: Mélanie Morin-Pelletier: melmope@yahoo.com

Interdisciplinary Historians’ Representatives: Devon Smither: devon.smither@uleth.ca and Beth Robertson: bethrobertson@cmail.carleton.ca

 


Chèrs.es membres du CCHF,

Il nous reste plusieurs mois avant l’arrivée du printemps et de notre réunion annuelle. Néanmoins, le moment est venu de penser au Bulletin du CCHF de cette année. Présentment, nous sollicitons vos nouvelles : publications, communications, colloques et autres événements, sites Internet, prix, et cetera. J’aimerais que le Bulletin soit publié avant le Congrès. Donc, je vous invite à envoyer cette information à vos représentantes régionales (énumérées ci-dessous) d’ici le mercredi 4 avril. Nos représentantes des chercheures autonomes, des étudiantes aux cycles supérieurs, de l’histoire appliquée et des historiennes interdisciplinaires attendent également vos nouvelles. Les photos prises lors d’événements liés à l’histoire des femmes et du genre sont bienvenues et ajouteront de la couleur à notre Bulletin !

Un très grand merci,

Carmen Nielson

Présidente, Comité canadien de l’histoire des femmes

 

Représentantes du CCHF 2017 – 2018:

Représentantes des étudiantes aux cycles supérieurs: Kesia Kvill: kkvill@uoguelph.ca et Stephanie Pettigrew: Stephanie.Pettigrew@unb.ca

Représentante des chercheures autonomes: Marie-Hélène Brunet: brunetmariehelene@gmail.com

Représentante de la C.-B., du Yukon et des Territoires du Nord-Ouest: Laura Ishiguro: Laura.Ishiguro@ubc.ca

Représentante des Prairies: Kristine Alexander: kristine.alexander@uleth.ca

Représentante de l’Ontario: Kristin Burnett: kburnett@lakeheadu.ca

Représentante du Québec: Laurie Laplanche: laurie.laplanche.1@ulaval.ca

Représentante de la région de l’Atlantique: Hannah Lane: hlane@mta.ca

Représentante de l’histoire appliquée: Mélanie Morin-Pelletier: melmope@yahoo.com

Représentantes des historiennes interdisciplinaires: Devon Smither: devon.smither@uleth.ca et Beth Robertson: bethrobertson@cmail.carleton.ca

Renew Your Membership/Renouveler votre adhésion

Dear colleagues

I am writing to you in my capacity as this year’s CCWH Chair to ask you to consider renewing your CCWH membership for 2018.  We rely heavily on membership fees in order to carry out our regular business: maintaining our website and our listserv, translating parts of our annual newsletter, inviting guest speakers to Congress, hosting the annual CCWH Reception, and helping graduate students to attend Congress.  In recent years, our membership numbers have slipped — in part because the Canadian Historical Association no longer includes CCWH membership registration on its website — and so we are relying on old-fashioned techniques of persuasion to try to get the numbers back up.  If you are able, please consider renewing as a sustaining member and/or purchasing a first membership for a graduate student or new colleague.

Dominique Clément, our Secretary-Treasurer, has set up a secure and simple method of payment through PayPal. Or, if you prefer to renew your membership with a cheque, you will find the renewal form on the same website:

http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/membershipadhesion/joining-rejoindre/

If you would like to use this opportunity to make a contribution to the Barbara Roberts of Marta Danylewycz award funds, you can do this by increasing the amount you are paying, and indicating in the special notes to the seller field (after your enter your payment data and click through)  that you wish the additional funds to go to the Barbara Roberts or Marta Danylewycz funds.

If you could take 5 minutes to renew your membership, we would be delighted and grateful.

Many thanks,

Carmen

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Chère collègues

Je vous écris à titre de présidente du Comité canadien de l’histoire des femmes, afin de vous encourager à renouveler votre adhésion au CCHF pour l’année 2018.  Les cotisations de nos membres sont essentielles pour la poursuite de nos activités, soit: la gestion de notre site Internet et notre liste courriel; la traduction de certaines parties de notre bulletin annuel; et notre 5 à 7 annuel. Ces cotisations nous aident également à inviter des conférencières lors du congrès annuel et à subventionner la participation des étudiantes à nos activités.  Depuis quelques années, nous avons moins de membres qu’auparavant, situation que nous attribuons — en partie, du moins — au fait que la Société historique du Canada ne peut plus héberger notre système de renouvellement d’adhésions sur son site Internet.  Nous espérons donc que ce petit message vous convaincra de renouveler votre adhésion. Si possible, nous vous encourageons à devenir membre de soutien et/ou à parrainer une étudiante ou une nouvelle membre.

Notre Secrétaire-Trésorier, Dominique Clément, a établi un système de paiement simple et sécuritaire via PayPal. Si vous préférez nous envoyer un chèque, vous trouverez le formulaire en suivant ce même lien:

http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/membershipadhesion/joining-rejoindre/

Si vous souhaitez contribuer aux fonds Barbara Roberts et/ou Marta Danylewycz, vous pouvez le faire en renouvellant votre adhésion. Augmentez le montant versé et expliquez où vous voulez envoyer les fonds supplémentaires dans la section special notes to the seller (apparaît après l’entrés des renseignements d’adhésion et de paiement).

Pourriez-vous, s’il vous plaît, prendre les 5 minutes nécessaires pour renouveler votre adhésion?  Nous serions à la fois ravies et reconnaissantes!

Un très grand merci,

Carmen

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Lancement du livre/Book Launch 2017-2018

Chères\Chers collègues,

Avez-vous publié une monographie ou un recueil collectif en 2017-2018?

Si vous souhaitez faire un lancement de votre ouvrage lors de la réception du CCWC-CCHF, le lundi 28 mai entre 17h30 et 20h00, au Mackenzie Art Gallery Salon, svp, contactez-moi (tbrookfield@wlu.ca). Ce sera un plaisir de souligner votre réalisation et, par la même occasion, de promouvoir votre livre!

Au plaisir de vous lire!

Cordialement,

Tarah Brookfield


Dear colleagues,

Did you publish a monograph or edited collection in 2017-2018? If you would like to launch your book at the CCWH reception on Monday May 28 from 5:30-8:00 at the Mackenzie Art Gallery Salon, please get in touch with me (tbrookfield@wlu.ca). I am organizing the event and will be happy to promote your book and celebrate your achievement. I look forward to hearing from you.

All the best,

Tarah Brookfield

CALL FOR PAPERS FOR IFRWH CONFERENCE

EXTENDED DEADLINE

CALL FOR PAPERS FOR IFRWH CONFERENCE IN POZNAN, POLAND, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 23RD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF HISTORICAL SCIENCES/COMITÉ INTERNATIONAL DES SCIENCES HISTORIQUES, AUGUST 2020.

GENDER IN MOVEMENT(S): WOMEN AND GENDER IN MOTION

The theme of the 2020 meeting International Federation for Research in Women’s History/Fédération Internationale pour la Recherche en Histoire des Femmes is “Gender in Movement(s): Women and Gender in Motion.” The aim to explore gender and women’s history from the multiple vantage points of movement and social movements.

We invite scholars to submit papers, panels and roundtables that engage histories of women and gender in both motion and movements read in a range of different ways. These include but are not limited to the following:

Women and Gender in Motion. 

What happens to gender and to women when they travel? What are the gendered histories of the major movements, both involuntary and voluntary, that have marked the Early Modern and Modern worlds, including Transatlantic slavery, settler colonialism, mass migration, indenture, and refugee displacement? How does our analyses of women and gender change when we put these different forms of motion at the centre of our analyses?

Women and Gender in Movements.

In the past few years women have taken the frontlines of movements like Idle No More and Black Lives Matter, they have posted with the hashtag #MeToo, marched on Washington D.C., and protested dress codes in Iran. How do these histories prompt us to re-examine the history of women and gender in social movements in the past? How has gender shaped the histories of a wide range of social movements, including but not defined to abolitionism, the labour movement, feminism, civil rights/anti-racism, environmentalism, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgendered/two-spirited rights, anti-colonialism movements, internationalism, and peace?

Women’s and Gender History in Motion.

How and why have the practice of women’s and gender history changed? What are the analytics, theories, and methodologies that are shaped and are reshaping women’s and gender history? How might women’s and gender historians respond to the shifting intellectual, political, and social terrain of our work?

The deadline for submitting proposals is 2 April 2018

Paper proposals: Please submit a one-page abstract with a title, short description of the paper and its relation to the overall theme, plus contact information.

Panel proposals (usually three papers, a commentator and a chair): Please include a proposed title, a short description of the panel’s theme, a short abstract of the proposed papers, and contact information for all participants. Suggestions for commentators and chairs are welcome.

Roundtable Proposals (usually 4-5 shorter presentations and facilitator). Please submit a proposed title, a one paragraph description of the roundtable’s theme, a short description of each speaker’s proposed focus, and a suggested chair/facilitator.

Proposals for papers and panels should be sent to Adele.Perry@Umanitoba.ca.

The IFRWH/FIRHF is an affiliated organization with the ICHS/CISH. Participants in the IFRWH Congress must register centrally for the ICHS/CISH 2020 Congress. The online registration form for the ICHS 2020 can be found at https://ichs2020poznan.pl/en/. All participants need to register through this online form but payment can be made at a later date. If you have any questions about the registration, please contact CongresCISH@gmail.com

For other questions and suggestions, please write to Adele Perry, Vice President, IFRWH/FIRHF, or visit the website at http://www.ifrwh.com/.

Call for Nominations/Appel à candidatures

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Chers\Chères membres du CCHF-CCWH,

Notre réunion annuelle approche à grands pas! Le comité exécutif de votre association a besoin de vous, car plusieurs postes doivent être comblés :

  • présidence (2018-2019)
  • vice-présidence / présidence (2018-2019 pour la vice présidence; 2019-2020 pour la présidence)
  • Représentant(e)s pour les régions suivantes (2018-2019):
    • Ontario
    • Québec
    • Colombie-Britannique, Yukon et Territoires du Nord-Ouest
  • Agent de liaison, International Federation for Research in Women’s History (2018-2019)
  • Représentant.e des chercheuses indépendantes (2018-2019)

Toutes les nominations sont les bienvenues, peu importe si vous faites partie de l’exécutif ou non, si vous vous portez volontaire, ou si vous songez à une personne dynamique que vous aimeriez voir siéger comme représentante. Bien sûr, les membres actuel(le)s peuvent nous signifier leur intention de continuer au même poste ou leur désir d’assumer de nouvelles responsabilités. Les membres sortant(e)s peuvent aussi nous suggérer des personnes pour les remplacer.

Les nominations seront annoncées lors de notre réunion annuelle, mercredi le 30 mai, lors du congrès de la SHC à Regina. Si nous recevons plus d’une nomination pour un même poste, nous procèderons à des élections. Les personnes nommées n’ont pas à être présentes à l’AG pour devenir membres de l’exécutif.

La vitalité et la représentativité de notre exécutif dépend de votre implication; nous espérons recevoir de nombreuses candidatures! Veuillez communiquer avec Carmen Nielson (cnielson@mtroyal.ca).

Cordialement,

Carmen Nielson


Dear CCWH/CCHF Members,

Our annual meeting is approaching fast!  The executive committee of the CCWH/CCHF needs you – we are seeking volunteers to fill the following positions:

  • Chair (2018-2019)
  • Vice-Chair/Chair (2018-2019 for Vice-Chair; 2019-2020 for Chair)
  • Regional Representatives for the following regions (2018-2019):
    • Ontario
    • Québec
    • BC, Yukon and NWT
  • Representative for International Federation for Research in Women’s History (2018-2019)
  • Representative for Independent Scholars (2018-2019)

All nominations are welcome, whether you have been a part of the executive before or not.  You may self-nominate or you may suggest someone you think would be a well-suited for a particular role.  As well, members currently serving in these positions are welcome to indicate their willingness to continue or their desire to assume new responsibilities.  Outgoing representatives may also suggest suitable people to be their replacements.

The nominations will be announced during our annual meeting, Wednesday, 30 May at Congress in Regina.  If we receive more than one nomination for the same position, we will proceed with elections.  Nominees do not have to be present at the AGM in order to serve.

The vibrancy of our executive depends on you!  We hope to receive numerous nominations – please contact Carmen Nielson (cnielson@mtroyal.ca).

Sincerely,

Carmen Nielson

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Job Posting, Wilfrid Laurier University: Tenure Track Position in Women and Gender Studies

WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ARTS
WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES PROGRAM

The Women and Gender Studies Program at Wilfrid Laurier University invites applications for a Tenure Track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of women, gender and feminist studies beginning July 1, 2018, subject to budgetary approval.

This position is a fulltime appointment in Women and Gender Studies, an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts. Responsibilities include teaching, research and participation in program leadership. The position will be responsible for teaching core courses in the Women and Gender Studies program. Candidates should have experience teaching large undergraduate lecture courses, evidence of a strong program of research and a publication record in women, gender studies and feminist studies. Academic leadership skills are required as the successful candidate will also participate as a member of the coordinating committee and will be expected to share in the leadership of the program in the rotational role as coordinator. The successful candidate will be able to apply experience in community engagement and liaison.

Qualifications for the position include a PhD in Women and Gender Studies or in a related Social Science or Humanities discipline, a strong program of research and publication record in women, gender and feminist studies, experience teaching women and gender studies courses at the undergraduate level. Experience with teaching large undergraduate courses is required. Areas of teaching and research specialization may include, but are not limited to: feminist and intersectional approaches to political, cultural and social representation; reproductive justice; Indigeneity; transnational feminism; gender and sexuality; critical race studies; critical ethnic studies.

Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching dossier and copies of recent publications, a 1 – 2 page statement of current and prospective research interests, and contact information (address, telephone, and email) for at least three referees to:

Dr. Carol B. Duncan, Coordinator
Women and Gender Studies Program
Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3C5

Note: Electronic submission of applications is preferred to wgshiring@wlu.ca

Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2018.

Applicants can learn more about the Program and current faculty research interests at https://www.wlu.ca/programs/arts/undergraduate/women-and-gender-studies-ba/index.html

Wilfrid Laurier University is committed to employment equity and values diversity. Laurier welcomes applications from candidates who identify as Indigenous, racialized, having disabilities, and a person of any sexual identities and gender identities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, as per Canadian immigration laws, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. To comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, the University is obligated to gather information about applicants’ status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenships, however, all applicants must include one of the following statements in their cover letter:

Yes, I am a current citizen or permanent resident of Canada;
No, I am not a current citizen or permanent resident of Canada

Members of designated groups must self-identify to be considered for employment equity. Candidates may self-identify, in confidence, to: Dr. Richard Nemesvari, Dean of Arts at rnemesvari@wlu.ca. Further information on the equity policy can be found at https://www.wlu.ca/about/governance/assets/resources/8.4-employment-equity.html.

Applicants are encouraged to address any career interruptions or special circumstances that may have affected their record of research and teaching, in accordance with SSHRC and NSERC definitions and guidelines. To obtain a copy of this job description in an accessible format, please contact the Dean of Arts Office at 519-884-0710 ext. 3361 or at artsinfo@wlu.ca.

The Faculty of Arts wishes to thank all applicants for their interest. All nominations and applications shall be reviewed and considered under a set of criteria established by the Search Committee and a short list of candidates shall be interviewed. Only those applicants selected for the short list will be contacted.

Job Posting, University of Alberta: Tier 1 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Feminism and Intersectionality

 

Competition no. A107334984

Closing date: July 1, 2018

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta invites applications for a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Feminism and Intersectionality. Tier 1 CRCs are intended for outstanding scholars acknowledged as world leaders in their discipline and fields of research. The successful candidate will lead an excellent and innovative program of research that develops the theory and practice of intersectional gender scholarship. The Chair’s work will speak to multiple disciplines and contribute to building innovative disciplinary, multi- and interdisciplinary research collaborations, while mentoring and supervising graduate students and contributing to scholarly and public debate on feminism, gender, and Intersectionality.

Candidates must hold a PhD in a relevant discipline and have an exceptional and innovative record of research leadership, a track record in obtaining external research grants, and a history of attracting and mentoring graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. They must also be prepared to articulate an original and groundbreaking program of future research.

This opportunity is open to both Canadian and international scholars. In accordance with the CRC Program’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Practices and the University of Alberta’s related Action Plan, preference will be given to applications from women, persons with disabilities, Aboriginal Peoples, and visible minorities. Candidates who have experienced career interruptions will not be unfairly disadvantaged by such interruptions.

The successful applicant will be appointed as a regular senior faculty member and will be nominated by the Faculty for a Canada Research Chair. All Faculty nominations are subject to approval by UAlberta’s President’s Advisory Committee for Senior Academic Appointments, and University nominations are subject to the approval of the Canada Research Chair Program.

Tier 1 Chairs are tenable for seven years, with one competitive renewal that allows Chairholders the potential to hold their Chair for a second seven-year term.

The University of Alberta is one of Canada’s top five research-intensive universities. As one of UAlberta’s largest Faculties, the Faculty of Arts is home to 325 faculty members, 5,800 undergraduate students, and 750 graduate students. The Faculty of Arts is a diverse and inclusive institutional home for 15 academic Departments spanning the breadth of social sciences, humanities, and fine arts disciplines. Candidates’ disciplinary training and focus may correspond to any one or more of these Departments.

Responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate teaching, graduate supervision, and normal university administrative service, as well as maintaining an original and innovative research program. However, the teaching load for Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs is two one-term courses per year instead of the four one-term courses per year for regular faculty. The appointment will be with tenure, at the level of full Professor. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and, once the Canada Research Chair commences, carries a supplement that may be taken as a taxable salary or tax-free research grant, or a combination thereof. The university’s benefit package is comprehensive.

The closing date for receipt of applications is July 1, 2018. The position starting date is as early as July 1, 2019, but is negotiable.

To have your application considered, please:

  • select the Apply Online icon below and include a cover letter describing your interest in the position, your curriculum vitae, and a statement outlining your research plans to the attention of Dr. Lesley Cormack, Dean, Faculty of Arts
  • Applicants are further expected to contact three referees and arrange to have them send their letters of reference to the attention of Dr. Lesley Cormack, Dean, Faculty of Arts; these letters should be submitted via e-mail to artsdean@ualberta.ca  Please enter “Reference Letter – Professor and Tier 1 CRC in Feminism & Intersectionality” in the subject line
  • Complete the following questionnaire: https://goo.gl/forms/cZPNZmaNF3xD4NJ22

The University of Alberta recognizes that career interruptions (such as maternity, parental or extended sick leave, clinical training, etc.) can affect research achievements. Therefore, candidates are encouraged to explain in their application how career interruptions may have impacted them. In addition, the successful candidate’s proposed research program should ideally conform to the University’s vision and “cornerstones” outlined in the UofA institutional plan “For the Public Good” document (https://uofa.ualberta.ca/strategic-plan).

To assist the University in complying with mandatory reporting requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (R203(3) (e), please include the first digit of your Canadian Social Insurance Number at the bottom of your cover letter. If you do not have a Canadian Social Insurance Number, please indicate this in your cover letter.

For questions related to this position or the Canada Research Chair (CRC) selection process, please contact Dr. Steve Patten, Associate Dean (Research), at resarts@ualberta.ca.

How to Apply

Apply Online

Note: Online applications are accepted until midnight Mountain Standard Time of the closing date.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals will be considered.

The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. We encourage women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University to apply.

Call for Regional News/Appel pour des nouvelles régionales

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Dear CCWH members,

Although spring, and our annual meeting, still seem very far away, the time has come to think about this year’s CCWH Newsletter. We look forward to hearing what you have been up to over the past year: please let us know about your recent publications, conference papers, events, websites, awards and distinctions of various kinds. Since I would like to have the Newsletter ready in time for Congress, I would ask you to send your news to your regional representatives (listed below) by Wednesday, April 4th. Our Public History, Independent Scholars, Interdisciplinary Scholars, and Grad Students representatives (also listed below) are also eagerly awaiting your news. Photos taken at events related to women’s and gender history are most welcome and will add some colour to our newsletter.

Many thanks in advance,

Carmen Nielson

Chair, Canadian Committee on Women’s History

 

CCWH Representatives 2017-2018

Graduate Student Representatives: Kesia Kvill: kkvill@uoguelph.ca and Stephanie Pettigrew: Stephanie.Pettigrew@unb.ca

Independent Scholars’ Representative: Marie-Hélène Brunet: brunetmariehelene@gmail.com

BC, Yukon, and NWT Representative: Laura Ishiguro: Laura.Ishiguro@ubc.ca

Prairie Representative: Kristine Alexander: kristine.alexander@uleth.ca

Ontario Representative: Kristin Burnett: kburnett@lakeheadu.ca

Quebec Representative: Laurie Laplanche: laurie.laplanche.1@ulaval.ca

Atlantic Representative: Hannah Lane: hlane@mta.ca

Public History Representative: Mélanie Morin-Pelletier: melmope@yahoo.com

Interdisciplinary Historians’ Representatives: Devon Smither: devon.smither@uleth.ca and Beth Robertson: bethrobertson@cmail.carleton.ca

 


Chèrs.es membres du CCHF,

Il nous reste plusieurs mois avant l’arrivée du printemps et de notre réunion annuelle. Néanmoins, le moment est venu de penser au Bulletin du CCHF de cette année. Présentment, nous sollicitons vos nouvelles : publications, communications, colloques et autres événements, sites Internet, prix, et cetera. J’aimerais que le Bulletin soit publié avant le Congrès. Donc, je vous invite à envoyer cette information à vos représentantes régionales (énumérées ci-dessous) d’ici le mercredi 4 avril. Nos représentantes des chercheures autonomes, des étudiantes aux cycles supérieurs, de l’histoire appliquée et des historiennes interdisciplinaires attendent également vos nouvelles. Les photos prises lors d’événements liés à l’histoire des femmes et du genre sont bienvenues et ajouteront de la couleur à notre Bulletin !

Un très grand merci,

Carmen Nielson

Présidente, Comité canadien de l’histoire des femmes

 

Représentantes du CCHF 2017 – 2018:

Représentantes des étudiantes aux cycles supérieurs: Kesia Kvill: kkvill@uoguelph.ca et Stephanie Pettigrew: Stephanie.Pettigrew@unb.ca

Représentante des chercheures autonomes: Marie-Hélène Brunet: brunetmariehelene@gmail.com

Représentante de la C.-B., du Yukon et des Territoires du Nord-Ouest: Laura Ishiguro: Laura.Ishiguro@ubc.ca

Représentante des Prairies: Kristine Alexander: kristine.alexander@uleth.ca

Représentante de l’Ontario: Kristin Burnett: kburnett@lakeheadu.ca

Représentante du Québec: Laurie Laplanche: laurie.laplanche.1@ulaval.ca

Représentante de la région de l’Atlantique: Hannah Lane: hlane@mta.ca

Représentante de l’histoire appliquée: Mélanie Morin-Pelletier: melmope@yahoo.com

Représentantes des historiennes interdisciplinaires: Devon Smither: devon.smither@uleth.ca et Beth Robertson: bethrobertson@cmail.carleton.ca

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