current & upcoming
From March 18th through early June 2021, writer and scholar I will be hosting a virtual free school focused on the Paris Commune of 1871 in collaboration with UNIT/PITT Society for Art and Critical Awareness.
THE EVENT BELOW WAS CANCELLED DUE TO THE UPHEAVAL CAUSED BY THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, BUT WE HOPE TO RESCHEDULE!
Richard Ivan Jobs
“Backpack Ambassadors: Youth Travel and European Integration”
March 26th, 2020
SFU Harbour Centre
515 W. Hastings St.
Registration coming soon!
SFU HISTORY READS: Maria Campbell’s
Thursday, March 12th
Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre
Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, SFU Vancouver, 149 W. Hastings
SFU HISTORY READS is a free, public book club that meets once a year to discuss a recent title of great historical significance. This year’s book is the revised and updated 2019 edition of Maria Campbell’s Halfbreed, originally published in 1973 by McClelland and Stewart.
This event will take the form of a moderated discussion among panel members followed by an extended discussion with the audience. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to read the book in advance.
So excited to be headed to Virginia in April for the 7th Faculty Women of Color in the Academy National Conference. While I’m in the area, I’ll be giving two presentations, one at the Department of History at the University of Virginia, the other at the Department of History at Virginia Tech.
This year’s event went so well, and was written up here.
In the months leading up to Joan Wallach Scott’s October 2018 visit to Vancouver, I assembled a series of 51 video readings to honour the 30th anniversary of Gender and the Politics of History (Columbia University Press, 1988). You can read more about the project and view the full video installation here (via the Columbia University Press blog).