Historicizing Xenophobia in Canada: 4th Annual HSA Conference


The History Students’ Association’s Annual Conference intends to unpack and challenge that notion by exploring Canada’s history of rampant xenophobia. The conference will feature a special keynote address from Dr. Afua Cooper, the James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies at Dalhousie University, accompanied by panel discussions with renowned Canadian scholars. With this, we strive to foster a space where students, community members, and faculty can engage in healthy dialogue which explores national histories of xenophobia.

The conference will feature a special keynote address from Dr. Afua Cooper, the James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies at Dalhousie University, accompanied by panel discussions with renowned Canadian scholars. 

When: Sat. Feb. 3, 2018, 10 am–3 pm
Where: East Common Room, Hart House
Cost: Free

Presented by the U of T History Students’ Association, with the support of the Hart House Good Ideas Fund.

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