Visiting Doctoral Student Program Reports
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David Scott, University of Calgary, with Jocelyn Létourneau, Département d'histoire, Université Laval
How Canadians Interact with the Past and Influences on Identity Formation
Vincent Boutonnet, Université de Montréal, with Dr. Penney Clark, Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia
The Uses and Functions of Textbooks in Secondary History Classes
Sean Carleton, Frost Centre for Canadian and Indigenous Studies, Trent University, with Dr. Chris Minns, Economic History Department, London School of Economics.
Education on the Edge of Empire: Examining the Economics of British Columbia’s Colonial Schooling in the Metropole
Lindsay Gibson, University of British Columbia, with Dr. Per Eliasson, Faculty of Education and Society, Malmö University.
Historical Thinking in Schools in Sweden and Canada
Eric Poitras, McGill University, with Dr. Kevin Kee, Centre for Digital Humanities, Brock University.
Augmented Reality Applications for the MetaHistoReasoning Tool
Marie-Hélène Brunet, Université de Montréal, with Dr. Penney Clark, Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia
Examining Ways in which Secondary School Students in Québec Interpret Struggles for Gender Equality, as They are Represented in Québec History Textbooks
Samantha Cutrara, York University, with Dr. Carla Peck, Department of Elementary Education, University of Alberta
The Relationship between Students’ Ethnic Identities and Their Construction of Narratives of Canadian History
Kate Zankowicz, OISE/University of Toronto, with Dr. Brenda Trofanenko, School of Education, Acadia University
The History of Tactile Education in Toronto Museums and Exhibitions
Alexandre Lanoix, Université de Montréal, with Dr. Peter Seixas, Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness, University of British Columbia
The Relationship between History Education and the Development of National Identity: The Debate in Québec
Cynthia Wallace-Casey, University of New Brunswick, with Dr. Peter Seixas, Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness, University of British Columbia
What Does It Mean to Think Historically?
Catherine Duquette, Université Laval, with Dr. Peter Seixas, Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness, University of British Columbia
Great Debates: How Controversy Can Turn Students on to History
Meagan Gough, University of Saskatchewan, with Dr. Robert Anderson, University of the Fraser Valley
Gaining Cross Disciplinary Experience in the Related Fields of Indigenous History, Anthropology, and Oral History
Ana Laura Pauchulo, University of Toronto/OISE, with Dr. Kent den Heyer, University of Alberta
Pedagogical Implications of Human Rights Groups’ Attempts to Establish a Democratic Society through Different Perspectives of the Argentina 1976-1983 Dictatorship