Monday, 7 December 2015

HGSC election update

HGSC elections were held in September and here is the new executive list:

President: Ansel Clarke
Vice-President: Michael Lyons
Secretary/Treasurer: Chris Marsh
Social Directors: Jessica Campbell and Courtney
Communication Director: Colin Osmond
GSA Reps: Tarisa Adrian, Sam Derkson, and Samuel Gillis Hogan
Faculty Liaison: Fedir Razumenko
PhD Workshop Coordinator: Ceilidh Auger-Day
Official Twitterer and Publicist: Jessica DeWitt

Congratulations to all!

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

April 21: 7 Days That Transformed the World Lecture

Dr. Valerie Korinek
"The Day Gay Marriage Came to Winnipeg, Feb. 14, 1974"
April 21, 2015
Hose and Hydrant 6:00pm
612 11th Street East

Monday, 30 March 2015

April 1st Guest Lecture: Digital Projects Librarian Craig Harkema

This edition of the Cafe Ethnohistorique may be of interest to those graduate students who
use the digital humanities in their thesis or dissertation.

April 1st
Murrary Library Rm G3
4-5 pm 

Sunday, 22 March 2015

Book Pub Approaches!

It is almost time for our annual Book Pub Fundraiser! Join us for our annual auction and book sale that is the HGSC's main fundraiser and our most popular event. The money raised goes toward a variety of social events, student workshops and colloquia. We host the annual Dave DeBrou Memorial Lecture and contribute to the Dave DeBrou Memorial Scholarship and the Linda Dietz Essay Prize.

Non-alcoholic beverages and food will be provided.

Alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase

Check out some of this year's auction items! 

A one-year subscription to Saskatchewan History 

Two weekend passes to the John Arcand Fiddle Festival

A $25 gift certificate to London Drugs

One month unlimited hot yoga pass

Board games from Dragon's Den

Board games from Dragon's Den

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

March 24: 7 Days That Transformed the World Lecture

"The Day Mandela Was Released"
By Dr. Simonne Horowitz 
Tuesday March 24th
Hose and Hydrant
612 11th Street East

Sunday, 8 March 2015

2015 De Brou Memorial Lecture

"How Do Civil Wars End? The Case of Seventeenth-Century England"
Thursday April 2nd
Doors open at 6:30
Lecture Starts at 7:00
Neatby-Timlin Theatre Arts 241
Reception to follow