Welcome to Between Postwar and Present Day: Canada, 1970 – 2000 – Local, National, Global, May 6-9, 2021
Our conference will be hosted on Hopin, our platform provider for the event, through the University of Guelph. This is only a Registration and Program site. You will receive further information from Hopin before the Conference begins, but please Register here first, and as soon as possible.
Participation in the Conference is free for attendees, and we encourage everyone to Register and share the Conference information with their networks and as widely as possible.
Please Register for the Conference by sending and email to email@example.com
NOTE that Registration for the SATURDAY EVENING WEBINAR – 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM, Stephen High (Concordia University): “History of the Present Time: The Cohabitation of Memory and History After the Postwar Boom” must be completed HERE.
Though we are all attending this virtual conference from diverse Indigenous territories, we acknowledge that the University of Guelph resides on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. We recognize that today this gathering place is home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and acknowledging them reminds us of our collective responsibility to the land where we learn and work.
Statement Regarding CAUT Censure
The Organizing Committee is aware of the recent decision by CAUT to censure the University of Toronto in response to an incident involving the University’s Law School over the administration’s prejudiced decision to cancel the hiring of Dr. Valentina Azarova. We are concerned about the decision and because we support academic freedom and the fundamental principal of universities remaining at arms distance from their benefactors. While the Conference does include one organizer from the University of Toronto among the six different institutions represented by the Organizing Committee, Between Postwar and Present Day is an online event that will be hosted by our platform provider Hopin, through the University of Guelph. Although the Conference Committee did receive a SSHRC Connections Grant to support this event, one whose institutional account is at the University of Toronto, this application was made long before this issue arose, and the University of Toronto is not the host of this event.