Madness Canada Online Teaching Resources/Un outil pédagogique en ligne

Madness Canada introduces  An Online Teaching Resource  www.MadnessCanada.com Designed for in-class and online post-secondary platforms, History in Practice (HiP) is an open access web-based resource that was co-created with people with lived experience of mental health differences for a uniquely successful community-led curriculum.  HiP?s extensive range of educational tools and learning activities can be adapted for both undergraduate and graduate levels, and include: […] Read more

The Second Wave?/Une nouvelle vague?

Date: June 29, 3PM EST. Duration 1 hour. Title: The Second Wave?: Looking ahead to this fall, through the lens of history and science. An interdisciplinary panel discussion on Covid-19 with public health physician and scientist, Dr. Doug Manuel, and historians Dr. Esyllt Jones and Dr. Christopher Rutty.   Hosted by: Ingenium: Canada’s Museums of […] Read more

Virtual Seminar Series: Pandemic Histories 3rd Seminar July 7th

The third seminar in the Pandemic Histories seminar series is happening July 7th at 7 pm EST. This roundtable seminar “Vaccine Viewpoints: from polio to pandemic influenza,” features Catherine Carstairs, Heather MacDougall, and Christopher Rutty.  The CSHM is happy to sponsor Pandemic Histories! More information on the poster below.    Read more

Virtual Seminar Series: Pandemic Histories 2nd Seminar June 15

The second seminar in the Pandemic Histories seminar series is happening June 15th at 2 pm EST. This roundtable seminar “On The Margins: Epidemic and the disenfranchised,” features Karen Flynn, Maureen Lux, Richard McKay, and Kevin Siena.  The CSHM is happy to sponsor Pandemic Histories! More information on the poster below.  Read more