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I. CONGRESS AND WORKSHOP
Members of the CNHH panel on “Making Connections with the Public: Alternative Approaches to Learning History” prepared for the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association in London Ontario, which was cancelled due to COVID-19, have agreed to resubmit the same proposal for 2021 Annual Meeting of the CHA at the University of Alberta.
At the CHA Annual Meeting held at UBC last June, the CNHH sponsored a panel session entitled “Learning from Development/Development from Learning: Aid and Education, 1945-1975.” The panel, chaired by David Webster and with presentations from David Meren, Kevin Brushett, and Jill Campbell-Miller, focused on intersections between education, international development, and foreign aid within Canadian history between the 1950s and 1980s. A recording of this panel session can be found on our website at http://aidhistory.ca/talk/learning-from-developmentdevelopment- from-learning-aid-and-education-1945-1975/#description-tab.