Thursdays @ 12:30 in History
Seminars & Workshops - Fall 2018
Lawson 2270C ( *unless noted)
September 6 - [PDW] - Department of History Seminar Series Organizers - "The Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Attend Thursdays at 12:30"
September 13 - [PDW] - Bryan McClure, Maggie Ross, and Vesna Curlic (Graduate Students in History) - "Grad Student Life Hacks: Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School"
September 20 - [RSS] - Robert Wardhaugh - "The Rowell-Sirois Commission and the Remaking of Canadian Federalism"
October 4 - Goodman Lectures - No Seminar
October 11 - Fall Reading Week - No Seminar
October 18 - [McC] - Christopher White (PhD Candidate) - "America's Influence on Japan's Territorial Disputes, 1945-1970"
October 25 - [RSS] - Dr. Emily Dufton - "The Pot-Law Pendulem: American's Past Problems with Cannabis Legalization and Advice for Canada's Future"
November 1 - [PDW] - Allen Priest and Alicia Boyer with Jonathan Vance (TAs) - "Encouraging Meaningful Discussion and Handling Divergent Opinions in Class"
November 8 - [RSS] - Eli Nathans - "Donald Trump’s Election Victory in 2016: An Analysis of Social and Economic Factors"
November 15 - [RSS] - Professor Olexiy Haran (National University of the Kyiv Mohyla Academy) - "Ukraine and War"
November 22 - [McC] - Lauren Luchenski (MA Student) - "'A Woman's Place is in the Jail': An Oral History Project with the Women of Kingston Penitentiary."
December 6 - [PDW] - Laurel Shire and Maggie Ross (MA Student) - "Reflection and Goal-Setting: How Can You Make Next Semester Better?"
Seminars & Workshops - Winter 2019
Lawson 2270C ( *unless noted)
January 10 - [PDW] - Laurel Shire and Maggie Ross (MA Student and Wellness Ambassador) - "Planning for Success: Mental Health and Wellness"
January 17 - [RSS] - Professor Graham Broad (Department of History, King's University College) - "Eddie and I: Theory, Method and Microhistory in the Biography of A.E. McKay, Western's First World War Flying Ace"
January 24 - [PDW] - Francine McKenzie and Sarah Poulin (PhD Candidate) - "Professional Decorum in Academic Life"
January 31 - [McC]- Jordyn Bailey (MA Student) - "Canadians and the Big Blond Nazi Boys"
February 7 - [RSS] - James Flath - "China's Industrial Heritage"
February 21 - Winter Reading Week - No Seminar
Febrary 28 - [McC] Vesna Curlic (MA Student) - "Domesticity in English and Scottish Lunatic Asylums, 1880-1914"
March 7 - [RSS] - Professor Carolyn Kay (Department of History, Trent University) - "German Children and the Great War, 1914-1918"
March 14 - [McC] - Maksym Sviezhentsev (PhD Candidate) - "Who is Crimean? Conflict of Sovereignties in the Post-Soviet Crimean Peninsula"
March 21 - [McC] - Maggie Ross (MA Student) - "The History of Prostitution in London, Ontario, 1920-1940"
March 28 - [PDW] - Alumni of the PhD and MA programs in History, American Studies, and Public History - "Inspiring Alumni: Where Are They Now? How Can You Get There?"
April 4 - [PDW] - Maggie Ross (MA Student and Wellness Ambassador) - "Readying to Write: Mental Health and Wellness Through Summer"
April 11 [McC] - Daniel Manulak (PhD Candidate) - "Commonwealth Man": Lester B. Pearson, the Afro-Asian 'bloc,' and Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 1963-1968