Lawrence D. Stokes Seminar Series

Stokes Seminar

This gathering of faculty, graduate students, and senior undergraduates is an opportunity to highlight current research by Dalhousie historians and visiting scholars from across Europe and North America. The seminar is held regularly on Friday afternoons, between 3:30 and 5:00 p.m., and drafts of articles and book chapters are pre-circulated by email among the seminar attendees. If you would like to be included on the email list, please contact gradhist@dal.ca.

For more information, check out the Winter 2021 Stokes Seminar Schedule. Due to COVID-19, all seminars will be taking place virtually throughout the Winter 2021 semester. The link to the online meeting will be distributed at the same time as the draft essay. 

Resources for Current Students

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We have lots of resources available to support our undergraduate and graduate students, including:

 

For information about our current course offerings, please consult dal.ca/timetable or the Undergraduate Calendar.

Recent News

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Dal History PhD alumnus, Steven Fabian, has been nominated for the Bethwel A. Ogot Book Prize by the African Studies Association (ASA) for their recent book, Making Identity on the Swahili Coast: Urban Life, Community, and Belonging in Bagamoyo. Congratulations, Dr. Fabian!
Tuesday, September 1, 2020
To commemorate the launch of the new Certificate in Heritage Studies, Dal MA alumnus Philip Goldring looks back on his public history career in Canada.
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