SCHEDULE

Event is scheduled according to Mountain Time (MT)

THURSDAY, March 18th, 2021

Opening Remarks

12:00 - 12:30 AM 

Introduction to conference by organizers Connor Thompson, Janan Assaly, and Sean Patterson

Literary Criticism and Language

Presenters: Laura Mclean, Cristalle Watson, and Deepro Chakraborty

12:30 - 2 PM

Coffee Breakout Room

2 - 2:30 PM

We encourage everyone to enjoy a beverage from home and engage with attendees. These sessions are important for graduate students to build meaningful connections with peers and colleagues. 

Gender Identities and Representations

Presenters: Konstantin Tebenev and Bart Romanek

2:30 - 3:30 PM

FRIDAY, March 19th, 2021

SCHEDULE

Event is scheduled according to Mountain Time (MT)(GMT-6)

THURSDAY, March 18th, 2021

Opening Remarks

12:00 - 12:30 PM 

Introduction to conference by organizers Connor Thompson, Janan Assaly, and Sean Patterson and Department Chair Dr. Ryan Dunch

Literary Criticism and Language

12:30 - 2 PM

Laura Mclean- "Ambiguity, Man, and Terrible Consequences:

Restrictions around the translation of deinos in Sophocles’s Antigone"

Cristalle Watson- "A Feminine Typological Trinity in Proba's Cento 380-414"

Deepro Chakraborty- "An Account of the KĀTANTRA Grammar in Kashmir"

Coffee Breakout Room

2 - 2:30 PM

We encourage everyone to enjoy a beverage from home and engage with attendees. These sessions are important for graduate students to build meaningful connections with peers and colleagues. 

Gender Identities and Representations

2:30 - 3:30 PM

Konstantin Tebenev- "A Space for Negotiations or Reiteration of Limitations? Femininity in Henricus Cornelius Agrippa’s Declamation on the Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex (Declamatio de nobilitate precellentia Fœminei sexus)"

Bart Romanek- "The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: Þrymskviða, Heteronormativity, and the Absurd Queerness of a Certain Hammer-Wielding Norse Deity"

FRIDAY, March 19th, 2021

Opening Coffee

9:45 - 10 AM 

Time to acquaint yourself with today's presenters and mingle with peers.

Church and State, Colonialism and Race

10 - 11:30 AM

Michael Gillingham - "“Jesus Saves” the Trump Insurrection: White Christian Nationalism and the Crumbling Separation of Church and State in America"

Candide Nyondo- "How the Africanization of the Congolese Catholic Church saved the Church’s reputation in post-independence Congo"

Sharon Venne- "Histories of Cree Elders: Interrogating the 'Frog Lake Massacre'"

Lunch Break

11:30 - 12:30 PM 

No Zoom scheduled

Labour, Activism and Social Reform

12:30 - 2 PM

Dan Smith- "Challenging Union Leadership: An Analysis of Leadership and Campaigns of the New Directions Movement (NDM)" 

Olivia Jol- "Untied: The Dress Reform Movement and the Corset as a Symbol"

Inez Lightning- "Indigenous Projects of the Company of Young Canadians, 1965-1970 “When Social Mobilization Becomes Resistance”"

Coffee Breakout Room

2 - 2:30 PM

We encourage everyone to enjoy a beverage from home and engage with attendees. These sessions are important for graduate students to build meaningful connections with peers and colleagues. 

Keynote Address:

Dr. Peter Sabo

"Carnophallogocentrism and the Biblical Blood Prohibition"

2:30 - 4 PM

 
 

SATURDAY, March 20th, 2021

Opening Coffee

10:15 - 10:30 AM 

Time to acquaint yourself with today's presenters and mingle with peers.

Medical History and Treatment

10:30 - 11:30 AM

Katelynn Kowalchuk- "Ideology, Place, and Accessible Community Healthcare in Saskatchewan: Lessons from the Cuban Polyclinic System"

Galicia Blackman- "What sorcery is this? Alter-native conceptualizations of science (Caribbean obeah)"

Lunch Break

11:30 - 12:30 PM 

No Zoom scheduled

Technocratic Forms of Knowledge and Control

12:30 - 1:30 PM

Timothy Maton- "Surveying Dominion in Settler Colonial Canada, 1843-1870"

Matthew Edwards- "Textbook Technocracy: Authorizing Incoherence and Queer Quarantine in Canada During the Cold War"

Coffee Breakout Room

1:30 - 2 PM

We encourage everyone to enjoy a beverage from home and engage with attendees. These sessions are important for graduate students to build meaningful connections with peers and colleagues. 

Keynote Address:

Dr. Bettina Liverant

"Rethinking Postwar Domesticity"

2 - 3:30 PM

 

SUNDAY, March 21st, 2021

Opening Coffee

12:15 - 12:30 PM

Time to acquaint yourself with today's presenters and mingle with peers.

Material Evidence in Roman Britain

12:30 - 1:30 PM

Janan Assaly- "Chatelaine Brooches: Personal Grooming as Display and a new Romano-British Culture"

Kirsten Mason- "Material Evidence of Female Migration in Roman Britain"

Coffee Breakout Room

1:30 - 2 PM

We encourage everyone to enjoy a beverage from home and engage with attendees. These sessions are important for graduate students to build meaningful connections with peers and colleagues. 

Keynote Address:

Dr. Hunter Gardner

"Plague on Aegina, Foucault’s Quadrillage, and the New Augustan Order"

2 - 3:30 PM

Final Address

 3:30 - 3:45 PM

Closing remarks by HCRS Graduate Chair Dr. Heather Coleman and the HCRSGSA Executive

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