The 87th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association will be held at the University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario) on Wednesday, June 3 to Thursday, June 4, 2020 in conjunction with the Annual Congress of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (May 30 to June 5, 2020).
The theme for Congress 2020 is “Bridging Divides: Confronting Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism.” More information about Congress 2020 is available at congress2020.ca.
The call for papers is open through February 21. Papers may be submitted through our online submission system at the bottom of this page.
- Registration (open through June 5)
- Speakers, Panels, and Events
- Call for Papers (proposals accepted online now; closes February 21)
Early registration is now open at congress2020.ca.
The final date to register online is June 5. Please consult Congress 2020’s registration site for details on deadlines and fee schedules.
Speakers, Panels, and Events
- CCHA Keynote Speaker: To be announced
- CCHA Presentation Rooms/Building: To be announced
- President’s Reception: Thursday, June 4 (location to be announced)
- Mass for the Deceased Members of the CCHA: June 3, 5:00 pm (location to be announced)
Rooms are currently being held for members at the Windemere Manor at a very favourable price with breakfast included. Rooms are the nearest possible to the CCHA-allocated conference rooms. Contact Valerie Burke directly at email@example.com.
Call for Papers
The CCHA invites proposals for scholarly papers dealing with the Congress theme as it relates to Canadian Catholic history, but papers dealing with any aspect of the history of the Catholic Church or Catholicism in Canada are also most welcome. Papers presented at the conference will be eligible for consideration for publication in the CCHA’s annual peer-reviewed journal, Historical Studies.
All proposals should be submitted using the online form below.
Proposals for either individual papers, or entire sessions, or roundtables of two or three related papers, are welcome. For individual papers, please submit a maximum 250-word proposal and one-page curriculum vitae. For panels or roundtable sessions, please send a maximum one-page proposal for the entire session and curriculum vitae for each participant. Papers suitable to be presented in a joint session with the CSCH (Canadian Society of Church History) are also welcome. Curriculum vitae should include email and postal addresses.
Prospective presenters are encouraged to become members of the CCHA. Student memberships are available.
Submissions accepted through Friday, February 21, 2020.