Events

2019
Mar
19
History for Brunch - Mind the Gap with the Continent: Roots of Brexit 10:00 AM Thunder Bay - TBA and Orillia - TBA
Mar
15
LUHS Social Gathering - Thunder Bay 6:00 PM The Outpost
Mar
2
Archive Crawl 12:00 PM Various Locations in the City of Thunder Bay
Feb
15
LUHS Social Gathering - Thunder Bay 6:00 PM The Outpost
Feb
14
History for Brunch - Mutiny in the Aftermath of WWII: The British West Indies Regiment in Taranto 10:00 AM Thunder Bay - TBA and Orillia - TBA
Jan
18
LUHS Social Gathering - Thunder Bay 6:00 PM The Outpost
Jan
14
Crossing Lines: Recent Developments in the Korean Peninsula 7:30 PM TBA
Jan
14
History for Lunch - Howard Green and the Conduct of Canadian Foreign Policy, 1959-1963 10:00 AM Thunder Bay - TBA and Orillia - TBA
2018
Nov
27
Treaty 9: The James Bay Treaty 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Nov
19
History for Brunch - On the Segregation of Theology and Religion 10:00 AM Thunder Bay - AT 2021 and Orillia TBA
Nov
16
LUHS Social Gathering - Thunder Bay 6:00 PM The Outpost
Nov
5
History for Brunch - Louis St. Laurent: Canada's Last Big Vision Prime Minister? 10:00 AM Thunder Bay- AT 2021 and Orillia - TBA
Nov
2
Book Launch: Thunder Bay and the First World War, 1914-1919 7:00 PM O'Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
Oct
30
Major Challenges for Canadian Foreign Policy in 2019 7:30 PM AT1010 and OA1025
Oct
30
Information Session - Global Affairs Canada 1:00 PM LI5014C (5th Floor of the Library)
Oct
29
History for Brunch - Academia Undone: The Rise and Fall of Liberal Arts in Post-Communist Hungary 10:00 AM Thunder Bay - AT 2021 and Orillia - TBA
Oct
23
Beardmore: The Viking Hoax That Rewrote History 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Oct
19
LUHS Social Gathering - Thunder Bay 6:00 PM The Outpost
Sep
25
James Fraser Paige & the Rise of the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company, 1917-19 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Sep
21
LUHS Social Gathering - Thunder Bay 6:00 PM The Outpost
Sep
21
Book Launch: Cruel Children in Popular Texts and Cultures - Edited by Drs. Monica Flegel and Christopher Parkes 2:30 PM ATAC 5036 / OA 2005
Sep
8
Come Explore! Doors Open Thunder Bay 2018 10:00 AM Various locations throughout the City of Thunder Bay
May
9
Reluctant Warriors: Canadian Conscripts and the Great War 7:00 PM O'Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
Apr
18
Stories in Bronze: Orillia’s Champlain Monument and Indigenous (Mis) Representations in Commemorative Sculpture 7:30 PM The Orillia Museum of Art and History (30 Peter St S, Orillia, ON)
Apr
17
Orillia In Conversation Lecture: People’s Knowledge versus Scientists’ Knowledge: Perceptions of Climate Change in the Western Himalaya 6:15 PM Orillia Public Library (36 Mississauga Street West)
Apr
11
2nd Annual English Student Conference 8:30 AM AT5041 & OA2020
Mar
27
The Alexander Henry 8:00 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Mar
22
History for Lunch: From History to Museum Studies 1:00 PM Lakehead University, Ryan Building 3046
Mar
17
In Conversation - Kitchen Soldiers: Feeding the Home Front in WWI 2:00 PM Thunder Bay Public Library - Brodie Fireside Reading Room
Mar
3
Write On! Strategies for Writing History Community Workshop 12:30 PM Mary JL Black Library (901 Edward Street South)
Mar
1
The Impact of Development: Single Industry Communities and Capital Mobility 8:30 AM Trinity United Hall 310 Park Avenue Thunder Bay, Ontario
Feb
27
“History of Museums from the Renaissance to Catherine the Great” 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Feb
21
Can the Sacred be Secular? 8:00 PM Lakehead University International Centre (Ground Floor, Chancellor Paterson Library)
Feb
16
Black History at Lakehead 7:00 PM Lakehead University - AGORA
Feb
15
History for Lunch - "Climate Change Knowledge from Below and From Above: Differing Views of Climate Change in the Western Himalayas" 1:30 PM Orillia OA 2019
Feb
7
CANCELLED - LUHS Bonfire and Skating Night 7:00 PM Lake Tamblyn
Jan
25
History for Lunch - “Returning to History: Historical Narrative and the Politics of Eternity in Illiberal Hungary, 2010-present” 1:30 PM Thunder Bay TBA | Orillia TBA
Jan
23
Aspects of the History of Nolalu and Area 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Jan
12
War From the Inside: Exploring the Psychology of C.G. Jung 7:00 PM Trinity Hall, Trinity United Church (30 Algoma Street South)
2017
Nov
28
“Tommy Horricks & Friends: Adventures in Music Through the Years” 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Nov
25
6th Annual Military Sympsium - Post-Combat and Recognition 8:30 AM O'Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
Nov
14
The Power of the Prime Minister in Canada 8:00 PM O’Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
Nov
7
Leonard Cohen: In His Own Words (film screening and discussion) 7:00 PM Trinity United Hall, 310 Park Avenue (across from the Armoury)
Oct
26
History for Lunch Presents - "Depicting the Dharma: Tibetan Buddhist performance of text" 1:30 PM Thunder Bay Ryan Building 1045
Oct
24
“Historical Stephen Leacock: What he did to History and What History did to him” 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Oct
5
"Being and Becoming: The British/Canada-U.S. Border and Legislated Identity" 7:00 PM Braun Building 2002
Sep
28
LUHS: Archive Crawl 6:00 PM Begins at the Lakehead University Archives
Sep
26
“Discovery of Tug Boat Mary Ann, Lake Superior Shipwreck of Canada’s first registered vessel (1867)” 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Sep
25
"Real and Imagined Security Threats in an Uncertain World" 8:00 PM International Student Lounge, Ground Floor, Chancellor Paterson Library
Sep
16
Film Master Class - “Data Mining the Deceased” 10:30 AM Waverley Resource Library, 285 Red River Road, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 1A9
Sep
15
Film Master Class - "CANADA 150 – The Forgotten Past" 11:00 AM Waverley Resource Library, 285 Red River Road, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 1A9
Sep
14
History Bonfire 7:30 PM Lake Tamblyn
May
13
Free Screening of The Incredible Journey 2:00 PM Trinity United Hall, 310 Park Ave
May
1
Trump, Brexit, Le Pen: Could It Happen Here? 8:00 PM PACI, The John N. Paterson Auditorium, 3rd Floor, 401 Red River Road
Mar
28
Presentation: “Japanese-Canadian History in Northwestern Ontario” 8:00 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Mar
24
History for Lunch Presents: "U/Brexit: the bitter 60th Anniversary of the Rome Treaty" 12:00 PM Ryan Building 3024
Mar
17
Vimy: Battle and Legend, 1917-2017 8:00 PM O'Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
Mar
4
Connecting the Dots: Data, Statistics, and the History of the Lakehead 12:30 PM Mary JL Black Library (901 Edward Street South)
Mar
2
Solitary Confinement: A Matter of Social Justice (a documentary film screening and panel discussion). 7:00 PM Trinity Hall (310 Park Avenue)
Mar
2
A Voice for the Voiceless 1:00 PM Lakehead University, Thunder Bay - ATAC 5036 and Orillia - OA 2006
Feb
28
Presentation: "“More on Lake Superior Lighthouses” 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Feb
25
Heritage Symposium: Making Connections 10:00 AM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Feb
2
Film Screening of the Angry Inuk 7:00 PM Finnish Labour Temple (314 Bay Street)
Feb
2
Inuit in Canada: the True North, Strong and Free? 1:00 PM Ryan Building 3046
Jan
24
Presentation: “Gunflint & Lake Superior: Ontario’s Private American Railroad” 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Jan
18
Presentation: "The Right Road is Straight Ahead: Canadian Understandings of the Suez Crisis, 1956-1957" 7:00 PM O'Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
2016
Dec
11
Presentation and Discussion: "Celluloid Dreams: Early Film at the Lakehead, 1900-31" 2:00 PM Red Rock Public Library (42 Salls St, Red Rock, ON)
Nov
22
Presentation: "The World's First Museums" 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Nov
19
5th Annual Military Symposium 8:30 AM O'Kelly VC Armoury (317 Park Avenue)
Oct
25
Presentation: "Enemy Aliens during the First World War" 7:30 PM Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East)
Mar
9
Research Salon 4:00 PM the Study Coffeehouse
Mar
6
The Future of the Book 2:00 PM Fireside Reading Room, Brodie Street Library
Feb
25
"(Like) Putting a Condom Over Blood Cells”: The Pharmaceuticalization of HIV Public Health Prevention 1:00 PM AT 5035 (TBay) / OA 2005 (Orillia)