Archives in Context is a series of lectures presented by the Archives of the University of Ottawa, the Archives and Special Collections (Morisset Library) and the Centre for Research on French Canadian Culture (Faculty of Arts).
A Shot in the Dark: Ghosts of University Military Training in Canada
By Ken Kingsbury
Ken Kingsbury is an independent researcher.
When: February 15, 2017
Where: University of Ottawa Archives, 100 Marie-Curie (012)
Georgette Lamoureux: de l'écriture épistolaire à l'écriture de l'histoire d'Ottawa
By Ghislain Thibault
Ghislain is an archivist at Centre de recherche en civilisation canadiennefrançaise
When: March 22, 2017 at noon.
Where: Centre de recherche en civilisation canadienne française, Morisset building (040)
First Love: The Story of the Birth Control Handbook
By Christabelle Sethna
Christabelle Sethna is an associate professor in the Institute for Feminist and Gender Studies, Faculty of Social Science, at the University of Ottawa. She does research in the history of sex education, contraception, and abortion.
When: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at noon.
Where: Archives and Special Collections, Morisset Building (039)
A journey through Slovak Archives
By Mark Stolarik
Mark Stolarik is professor, Department of History, University of Ottawa
When: March 23, 2016 at noon.
Where: Archives and Special Collections, Morisset Building, (039)
Le Vatican et l’Ontario français au moment du Règlement 17 : les archives du CRCCF à l’étude
February 3, 2016
Michel Bock, Department of History, University of Ottawa
Pavillon Morisset, CRCCF, room 040, 11:30am - 1pm
Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: Changes and Similarities in the University of Ottawa’s Administration 1965-1969
October 7, 2015
Adam Strömbergsson-DeNora, Master's student in English, University of Ottawa
100, Marie-Curie Street, AUO, room 012, 12:00 to 13:30