Do you have expertise to share? We are always looking for lecturers and course instructors to speak on any aspect of genealogical or historical research, and on techniques and technology to organize or share research results. Our courses, workshops, and meetings are held in various locations in Toronto. Speakers and instructors receive an honorarium and modest travel expenses.
Specific requests for papers are noted below, but we’re very interested in hearing other ideas, too. Please contact the Education Committee with your idea or proposal for a lecture, course or workshop.
CURRENT CALLS FOR SPEAKERS
Industrial England Workshop — 1 November 2014
Deadline for proposals: 30 May
The purpose of this full-day workshop is to provide attendees with information and insights on the transformation of English society during and following the two major industrial revolutions that started in England around 1750 and continued until at least 1870. Lectures will be about various aspects of the revolutions’ effects on the people, families and places in England during that period. The workshop will be held at North York Central Library, the co-sponsor of the event. Download the call for speakers.