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Title: National Histories, International Engagements: Can-Am Conference, Montréal: Summer of 2006
Authors: Kelly, Catherine E.
Issue Date: 2020-01-22
Publisher: Canadian Historical Association / Société historique du Canada
Series/Report no.: Vol 32 numéro 1;
Abstract: This summer, “National Histories, International Engagements” promises to provide Canadian and U.S. historians with unique opportunities to share their ongoing research and explore the potential of cross-border and cross-cultural studies. The conference, the annual meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR) will be held, 20 to 23 of July at the University of Montreal. Featuring the work of scholars from Europe and the United Kingdom as well as Canada and the United States, this year’s program reflects the growing interest in the American republic’s northern and southern borderlands and in the Atlantic World between 1776 and 1860. A variety of sessions aim to complicate narratives that are contained (and constrained) by the parameters of the nation-state. Many either place U.S. and Canadian histories in transnational perspective or use separate, nation-based studies to compare the two.
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