2018 OAS Symposium - Connections and Pathways through the Past

  • November 09, 2018
  • November 11, 2018
  • Chatham-Kent John D. Bradley Convention Center - 565 Richmond St, Chatham, ON

Registration

  • Discounted early bird price, standard conference bag.
  • Discounted early bird price, paperless conference bag.
  • Discounted early bird price, standard conference bag.
  • Discounted early bird price, paperless conference bag.
  • Discounted early bird price, standard conference bag.
  • Discounted early bird price, paperless conference bag.
  • After October 1st, standard conference bag.
  • After October 1st, paperless conference bag.
  • After October 1st, standard conference bag (OAS, CKBHS & OBHS members)
  • After October 1st, paperless conference bag.
  • After October 1st, standard conference bag.
  • After October 1st, paperless conference bag .
  • Standard conference bag. Students must provide a copy of their current student identification at the registration desk.
  • Paperless conference bag. Students must provide a copy of their current student identification at the registration desk.

Register

The OAS board of directors is happy to announce the date, location and theme of the 45th Annual OAS Symposium. This year’s symposium will be held at the Chatham-Kent John D. Bradley Convention Center, in Chatham, Ontario, from November 9-11, 2018.

The symposium will explore the theme of “Connections and Pathways through the Past.” Come and explore the historic “Forks” of the Thames River and MacGregor Creek, a meeting place for Indigenous people, War of 1812 battle site, connection point on the Underground Railroad and mecca of early Black settlement.

The Call for Papers is active! - see here for details
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