The Canadian Committee for Labour History (CCLH) and Alberta Labour History Initiative are sponsoring a free public concert by Juno-award nominated singer Maria Dunn. Dunn's new "video ballad" entitled Packingtown is about the history of the meat packing industry in Alberta.
Packingtown — Maria Dunn in Concert
Canadian Labour Studies Index
The Labour Studies Index
Call for Papers - Annual Conference - Society for Socialist Studies
The 2016 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences will be held at the University of Calgary on Treaty 7 territory in Alberta. Society for Socialist Studies sessions will take place from May 31 to June 3.
Call for Papers: North American Labor History Conference (October 2016)
CALL FOR PAPERS
WORKERS AND GLOBAL CITIES: DETROIT AND BEYOND
38TH Annual North American Labor History Conference
October 20-22, 2016
Wayne State University
Dissenting Traditions: Closing Remarks
This was the last session of the "Dissenting Traditions" conference to Address the Intellectual and Political Interests of Canada Research Chair, Bryan D. Palmer at Trent University, 23-24 October 2015.
Socialism and Intellectuals
This was Session VII of the “Dissenting Traditions” conference to Address the Intellectual and Political Interests of Canada Research Chair, Bryan D. Palmer at Trent University, 23-24 October 2015./
CFP: CAWLS 2016 Conference | AA C: Congrès 2016 de l' ACETS
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Maria Dunn Concert in Calgary - May 29
On the afternoon of Sunday 29 May, the CCLH will be sponsoring a multimedia performance by Juno-nominated singer Maria Dunn celebrating the history of workers in the meat packing industry in Alberta. The concert will be a free public event in the large downtown theatre of the Calgary Public library.
Canadian Labour Studies Index and Bibliography
We are writing to let you and colleagues of the Canadian Committee on Labour History know about the Canadian Labour Studies Index:
Reflecting on Greg Kealey and Canadian Labour History
"Reflecting on Greg Kealey and Canadian Labour History," Canadian Historical Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
3 June 2015
University of Ottawa, Canada