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Identities, Networks, & Culture - McGill Canadian Scottish Studies

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3459 McTavish St

Colgate Room, 4th Floor, McLennan

Montreal, QC H3A 0C9

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Join us for the Second Annual Colloquium of the St. Andrew's Society/McEuen Scholarship Foundation Chair in Canadian-Scottish Studies! Co-sponsored by the Canadian-Scottish Chair and the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, the event will feature talks on diverse topics related to the Scottish factor in northern North America. The event will take place on May 3rd, 2019, from 1PM to 6PM in the Colgate Room on the fourth floor of the McLennan Library Building.

This year's speakers will include:

Cynthia Cooper (McCord Museum), Laura Madokoro (McGill University), Shawn McCutcheon (McGill University), Cecilia Morgan (University of Toronto), Max Hamon (McGill Uuniversity) & John Reid (Saint Mary's University)

Program:

13:00-13:20 Welcome and opening remarks

13:20-14:40 Session 1 — Making and Reimagining Scottish Worlds

Cecilia Morgan (University of Toronto), A Scottish World? Family Networks,

Atlantic Crossings, and the Hamiltons of Upper Canada, 1780s-1820s

Laura Madokoro (McGill University), The Outlaw of Megantic and the Politics of Sanctuary

14:40-15:00 Break

15:00-16:20 Session 2 — Mobilizing Identities

Max Hamon (McGill University), Donald Smith and the Red River Resistance: the role of a Scotsman in Canada's annexation of the Northwest

Cynthia Cooper (McCord Museum), Tartanizing Canada

16:20-16:40 Break

16:40-18:00 Session 3 — Education and Sport in the Long Nineteenth Century

Shawn McCutcheon (McGill University), Educating Loyal Young Gentlemen in Lower Canada: The Scottish Connection, 1791-1837

John Reid (Saint Mary’s University), Working-Class Cricketers of Scottish Origin in Nova Scotia, to 1914

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