Headed to Huron in 2021-22? Here’s a quick checklist of information and links that will introduce you to our programs, courses, and research!
Courses: We have six first year courses on offer, all unique to Huron: Histories of Love; Histories of Violence; History in the Headlines; The People’s History; Treasure: Objects of Desire; and A Few Words that Changed the World.
Programs: Information about our History modules, and our exciting interdisciplinary modules including our new Minor in Chinese History, History of the Book, and Histories of African Diaspora, can be found here. For more information on our Joint Minor in Public History (the first program of its kind in Canada!) check out this short video, and the Huron listing on the National Council of Public History website.
Coming events: February is Black History Month. Join us for a special online events including a student research conference, and a keynote lecture supported by English and Cultural Studies, History, and FASS from Governor General Award-winning author Lawrence Hill.
March 9, 2021 Join us for an online Historian’s Craft Workshop on historical documentaries with History at Huron alumnus and filmmaker Steve Gamester.
For registration information, and for more on History at Huron courses, fellowship and research opportunities, and program information, or to book a guest visit to an online class, contact Dr. Nina Reid-Maroney firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on twitter @HistoryHuron