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The CCHA Executive meets regularly at the University of St. Michael’s College every fall in order to commence the CCHA yearly activities. We are hoping (fingers crossed) that this year will be no different. Of course, no one can be sure. President Peter Ludlow, will outline how and when that will happen for the Executive, […]
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Nominations are being accepted for the 2020 G.E. Clerk Award, a biennial CCHA Award recognizing excellence in writing, research, administration, archives, or teaching in Canadian Catholic History.
The CCHA’s annual meeting will be held June 3-4, 2020 at Western University in London, Ontario in conjunction with Congress 2020.
As 2019 draws to a close, we look back at the accomplishments of our members and our meeting in Vancouver, and preview the 2020 meeting at Western University in London, Ontario.
The CCHA’s 86th Annual Conference in Vancouver in June 2019 focused on the theme of “Circles of Conversation.”
This summer we highlight a history of 18th- and 19th-century Italo-American seafaring peoples by Luca Codignola; a work by Rosa Bruno-Jofré, Heidi MacDonald and Elizabeth M. Smyth on Vatican II and Canadian women religious; and a biography of the 20th century Nova Scotia archbishop James Morrison by Peter Ludlow.
As we set out for Vancouver, the Spring bulletin includes a message from the president, a list of current publications from members, and more.