If you missed last week’s Canadian History and Environment Summer School at York University, you can live the whole thing over again on Twitter. I have compiled an archive of all of the #CHESS2014 Tweets that captures almost every moment of the event. You will find comments, questions, photos, and even the audio from the keynote address.
This was a fantastic experience and I hope that we will continue such events in the future. Thanks again to NiCHE and the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies for their support. And I would like to extend special thanks to the organizers, Andrew Watson, Ben Bradley, Jessica van Horssen, and Jennifer Bonnell.
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