In a few weeks, a large number of political historians in Canada will be gathered at Université de Québec à Montréal to talk about their research. It's a diverse bunch of topics and historians, kind of gathered under the rubric of political activism and citizen intervention.
See the whole program here.
I have the very unhistorian like title 'What democratic reformers can learn from Freud's 20th century.'
My own contribution is slotted in the very last session of the conference on Saturday afternoon. The only consolation for this horrid spot is that I have great company.