Precarious Historians, Trade Unions & the Neo-Liberal University: Webinar

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The Precarious Historical Instructors’ Manifesto, published a year ago on Active History, has shocked many in the profession into re-thinking our relationships with our precariously employed colleagues and the nature of their experiences as researchers and instructors. In response, the Canadian Historical Association has organized a series of webinars to discuss related issues. The second of these webinars, on Precarious Historians, Trade Unions & the Neo-Liberal University, will be held tomorrow, Friday, January 22 at 1 pm ET (eastern time).

Chair:  Nancy Janovicek 

Participants:  Godefroy Desrosiers-Lauzon; Peter McInnis; Christine Gauthier; Jeremy Milloy; Catherine Larochelle; Janis Thiessen.

For resources to accompany the webinar, go to the CHA’s webpage. To register for the webinar, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kdOyqpjwjG9OsrACuT2OwVdSrjLM_ZyOZ.

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Jamie Murton is associate professor in the Department of History at Nipissing University. He is interested in the environmental history of food and agriculture, and particularly of subsistence production and its relationship to capitalist markets for food. Canadians and Their Natural Environments: Survival from 20,000 Years Ago to the Present is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

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