Since 1990, a small group of dedicated historians have annually held a History Symposium in South-Western Ontario. Based on the success of our 2021 and 2022 online conferences, and the response of our international audience, we have decided to stay online for 2023! It will take place on Saturday, February 25th, from 8:00 to 4:00 (EST) and Sunday, February 26th from 12:00 to 2:00 (EST).
We are thrilled to announce our line-up of 2023 Speakers:
- Beatrice de Graaf – Hortense de Beauharnais (1783 – 1837): Queen on the Run, Kingmaker Behind the Scenes
- Andrew Field – The Prince of Orange: Hero or Zero?
- Alexander Mikaberidze – Jean-Jacques-Régis de Cambacérès: ‘The Second Most Important Man in France’
- Everett Rummage – The Soul of a Free Man: Tousaint Louverture and Haiti’s Road to Freedom
The schedule for Saturday is (all times are in Eastern Standard Time):
- 8:00 – Beatrice de Graaf on Hortense de Beauharnais
- 10:00 – Andrew Field on the Prince of Orange
- 1:00 – Alexander Mikaberidze on Jean-Jacques-Régis de Cabacérès
- 3:00 – Everett Rummage on Toussaint Louverture
To register for the entire day, please click the button below. To register for an individual talk, visit that page.
Sunday, February 26th will see the return of our popular Three Minute Thesis Compeition and Panel Discussion that we debuted last year. For more information, or for more information on how to compete in the These Competition, please visit the page here. For more information on the panel discussion, please visit the page here.
To register for both sections on Sunday, please click the button below:
All our previous presentations are recorded on YouTube and available on our Previous Videos Page. Please be sure to check them out!
We look forward to hosting you again this year!