The Canadian Committee on History and Computing

Participation in the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association
Université Laval, Quebec City, May 2001

At the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association at Université Laval in Quebec City in May 2001, the CCHC organized two round tables and a computer poster/demonstration session.


Round Tables

The CCHC organized and sponsored the following round tables:

The Past, Present and Future of History and Computing
Chair: Lisa Dillon (University of Ottawa)
Participants:
  Claude Bellavance (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)
  Alicia Colson (McGill University)
  José Igartua (Université du Québec à Montréal)
  Frits Pannekoek (University of Calgary)

Historians Assess History on the Internet
(co-sponsored by Histoire sociale/Social History)
Chair: Lisa Dillon (University of Ottawa)
Participants:
  William Thomas (University of Virginia)
  John Lutz (University of Victoria)
  Donald Fyson (Université Laval)
  Christine Simard (réalisatrice Web)


Computer Poster/Demonstration Session

The Second Annual Canadian Historical Association / Canadian Committee on History and Computing Computer Poster/Demonstration Session featured the following participants (links lead to relevant off-site pages):

    Dictionary of Canadian Biography

    William G. Thomas, Virgina Center for Digital History, University of Virginia:
    The Valley of the Shadow

    Geneviève Postolec and Lina Gouger, National Archives of Canada:
    National Archives of Canada website and digitization projects

    Bob Hesketh and Chris Hackett, Chinook Multimedia:
    Canada, Confederation to Present CD-Rom
    Canadian History Portal

Eric Sager, Dept. of History, University of Victoria:
Canadian Families Project: 1901 Census

Joel Yan, University Liaison Co-ordinator, Statistics Canada, Ottawa:
E-Stat and Statistics Canada website

Léon Robichaud, Remparts-RS:
Vieux-Montréal

John Lutz and Ruth Sandwell, University of Victoria:
Who Killed William Robinson?

Lilly Koltun, National Archives of Canada:
The Portrait Gallery of Canada


Last modified: 18-07-2001