Welcome to the CNHH!
I. CONGRESS, WORKSHOPS AND VISITS
1. CNHH at Congress, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 6, 201
Thursday June 6: Sixth Annual Workshop and Meeting of the CNHH
Planning is underway for the sixth annual workshop and business meeting of the CNHH, which will take place the morning of June 6, the first day following the Canadian Historical Association. Though we are still in the planning phase, the main event will hopefully be a discussion on the issue of “region” in Canadian activism around issues of international development and aid with the British Columbia CCIC, though the details still need to be worked out. Other issues we will discuss are:
- An update to the “archival rescue” project with Chris Trainor, archivist at Archives and Research Collections, Carleton, and other archival projects that the CNHH has underway.
- Reports from individual and collaborative CNHH projects.
- The potential for a special issue on aid and humanitarianism within the Canadian Journal of History.
We invite anyone who has a contribution, such as a research project underway that they would like to advertise to CNHH membership, to get in touch with us let us know, and we can add you to the agenda.
Arrangements can also be made for you to join by Skype. For more information or to add an item to our agenda, please email Jill Campbell-Miller at email@example.com.
Monday June 3: 13:30 –15:00 | 13h30 –15h0
Icons, Trailblazers, and Symbols of Virtue: Memory, Commemoration, and Nursing Identities | Figures emblématiques, pionnières et symboles de vertu: Mémoire, commémoration et identités des infirmières
Participants: Jill Campbell –Miller (Carleton University) Sioban Nelson (University of Toronto)Sarah Glassford (Provincial Archives of New Brunswick) Andrea McKenzie (York University)Peter L. Twohig (Saint Mary’s University)Chair and Facilitator | Animatrice et facilitatrice : Whitney Wood (University of Calgary)
Joint session with the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine and the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing | Session conjointe de la Société canadienne d’histoire de la médecine et de l’Association canadienne pour l’histoire du nursing
Tuesday June 4: 13:30 –15:00 | 13h30 –15h00
Poster Session | Séance decommunications affichées
Sonya de Laat (McMaster University), Dominique Marshall (Carleton University) and Sandrine Murray (Carleton University): “Mediated Mercy: Visual Histories of Canadian Aid to Refugees and Displaced People Abroad” (Common project of the Canadian Network on Humanitarian History) – Presented by Jill Campbell-Miller.
A copy of the poster will be posted on the CNHH website after that date.
Wednesday June 5 10:30 –12:00 | 10h30 –12h00
Learning from Development| Development from Learning: Aid and Education, 1945-1975 | Apprendre du développement| Se développergrâce à l’apprentissage: L’aide et l’éducation, 1945-1975
Jill Campbell-Miller (Carleton University): “A Mission for Modernity: Canadians and Medical Education in India, 1946-1966”
David Meren (Université de Montréal): “‘The Pedagogy of ‘Development’: Settler Colonialism and the Origins, Life and Demise of the United Nations Regional Training Centre for Technical Assistance at UBC”
Kevin Brushett (Royal Military College of Canada): “On Ten Days to Shake the World: NGOs, the State & the Politics of Development Education
”Chair | Animateur : TBA
Discussant: David Webster (Bishop’s University) Sponsored by the Canadian Network on Humanitarian History | Parrainée par Réseau canadien sur l’histoire de l’humanitaire
Sunday June 2, 1:30-3:00 Canadian Society for the History of Medicine Joint panel with the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes Session on Women, Transnational Mobilities, and Medico-Scientific Innovation in the 20th Century.
Chair(e): Catherine Carstairs (University of Guelph)
Margaret Sanger in China: The Eugenic Debates on Birth Control and Overpopulation in 1922
Mirela David (University of Saskatchewan)
Hunting Armadillos and Whales: Frances Oldham [Kelsey] at the University of Chicago in the 1930s
Cheryl Krasnick Warsh (Vancouver Island University)
“This was the drug that healed – it was love”: The Life and Career of Florence Nichols, Medical Missionary and Psychiatrist
Jill Campbell-Miller (Carleton University)
2. ‘Visions of Humanity”, Berlin, 6 – 8 May 2019 in Berlin, John F. Kennedy Institute, Freie Universität Berlin. CNHH members Sonya DeLaat, Valérie Gorin, Andrew Johnston, Jean-Michel Turcotte, will present. The symposium is organised by CNHH partner Soenke Kunkel.
3. Histories of the Red Cross Movement since 1919 , Geneva, June 13-14. Sonya DeLaat, Beth Robertson and Dominique Marshall will present.