Event Announcement: 3rd Annual Jacalyn Duffin Health and Humanities Conference

We are pleased to invite you to the 3rd annual Jacalyn Duffin Health and Humanities Conference. The Jacalyn Duffin Health and Humanities Conference aims to create a space where learners and educators of all disciplines can discuss the intersections of health, medicine, and the arts and humanities. This year?s conference theme is ?Sensations and The […] Read more

Event Announcement: Care(ful) Disruption: Indigenous and Black Women's Standpoints on Care as a Strategy of Resistance and Continuance

Care(ful) Disruption: Indigenous and Black Women’s Standpoints on Care as a Strategy of Resistance and Continuance Thursday, January 14, 2021 – 4:00-6:00pm Pacific, 7:00-9:00pm Eastern time (via Zoom) Indigenous and Black women in Canada have been critical to their communities as traditional healers, health care providers, activists, and spiritual guides. Yet, the voices and health […] Read more

Adding Anti-Racism as a Pillar of the Canadian Health Act/faire de l’antiracisme le sixième pilier de la Loi canadienne

Read below the letter from the CSHM to Prime Minister Trudeau on adding anti-racism as a pillar of the Canadian Health Act.  PDF 14 December 2020 The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, P.C. M.P. Prime Minister of Canada Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 Dear Prime Minister/ Dear Minister As […] Read more

Call for Submissions: L.M. Montgomery and Mental Health

Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies journaloflmmontgomerystudies.ca CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS L.M. Montgomery and Mental Health Deadline: Abstracts due 15 February 2021; Submissions due 2 August 2021 The Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies, a peer-reviewed publication of the L.M. Montgomery Institute at the University of Prince Edward Island, invites scholarly articles and creative work (written, visual, or […] Read more

Call for Papers: Graduate Journal for History and Philosophy of Science and Technology

Call for Papers: Expertise and Uncertainty Spontaneous Generations, a scholarly journal published by the graduate students of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto, invites contributions to its 11th volume. Experts occupy an increasingly contested space in our society. Politicians challenge the expertise of public health officials amidst […] Read more

CSHM/CAHN 2021 Call for Papers/Appel à communications SCHM/ACHN

Appel à communications SCHM/ACHN La SCHM/ACHN a décidé de tenir sa conférence 2021 les 1er et 2 juin, entièrement en ligne. Vous trouverez l?appel à communications ici. Comme vous pouvez le voir, la formule a changé par rapport aux années précédentes afin de mieux s?adapter à l?environnement en ligne. Nous espérons que vous vous joindrez à nous?! […] Read more

Formulaire Bourse Hannah date limite 15 février 2021

Bourses Hannah Le programme de bourses Hannah permet aux étudiant(e)s de se familiariser avec la démarche historienne et de développer un intérêt pour l?histoire de la médecine et de la santé.  Financement Le montant, d?une valeur maximale de 5 500 $, est offert sous forme de bourse. Le ou la récipiendaire doit en bénéficier pendant une […] Read more

Hannah Studentship Applications Due 15 February 2021

Applications for the 2021 Hannah Studentships are now open!  Hannah Studentship  The Hannah Studentship offers undergraduate and MA students an opportunity to study and learn the techniques of historical research and to encourage future serious study of medical history.  Support Available   Funding is in the form of a stipend only, to a maximum of […] Read more

CFA: European Journal for Nursing History and Ethics

  Call for Abstracts Forth Issue 2022 PDF The European Journal for Nursing History and Ethics is an interdisciplinary Open Access and peer-reviewed eJournal spanning the Humanities, Nursing Science, Social Sciences, and Cultural Studies. The journal is published online once a year with each edition having an individual theme and an open section that contains […] Read more

Pandemic Histories July

The fourth seminar in the Pandemic Histories seminar series is happening July 23rd at 4 pm EST. This roundtable seminar “Public(s) and their Health,” features Mitchell Hammond, James Hanley, and Sarah Isabelle Wallace.  Registration available here through Zoom. The CSHM is happy to sponsor Pandemic Histories!  What defines the public(s) in ?public health?? Three historians explore the […] Read more