Third Annual Coptic Canadian History Project (CCHP) Conference
“Who am I? Who are We? Family, History, and Immigrant Identities” was held Saturday, May 4th, 2019. Noted scholars representing diverse ethnic groups gathered to discuss efforts to unearth personal histories and craft contextualized research in immigration and ethnicity.
Second Annual Coptic Canadian History Project (CCHP) Conference
Focused on the theme of “Egypt’s Diasporas: Migration, Memory, and Political Activism in Canada and the United States,” the second annual CCHP conference was held on Friday and Saturday, April 13 – 14, 2018 in the Archives of Ontario.
Inaugural Coptic Canadian History Project (CCHP) Conference
Held in the Schulich Executive Learning Centre on April 6, 2017, the theme was: “Coptic Studies and the Many Meanings of ‘Diaspora’.” In addition to exciting panels from an interdisciplinary group of researchers from across North America, the conference featured a keynote address by Paul Sedra, Simon Fraser University.
Public Lecture on March 21 at 7PM, York University
At the invite of the Orthodox Christian Students’ Association at York University, Toronto we provided a public lecture on the experiences of Copts throughout Egypt’s twentieth century.
St. Mark’s Coptic Museum – Myseum of Toronto Intersections Festival
From March 12-24, the CCHP partnered with St. Mark’s Coptic Museum in Scarborough to share the history and culture of Canada’s Coptic communities as a part of Myseum Intersections, a city-wide festival of exhibits, events, and interactive community experiences covering a range of historic and contemporary issues.
Sixth Annual Public History Symposium, York University
The Coptic Canadian History Project was one of eight public history organizations participating in York University’s sixth annual Public History Symposium on Friday September 28, 2018.
Presentation At York University, Toronto, ON
On Saturday May 27, Michael Akladios presented on recent developments in Egypt and the future of the CCHP at “Scholarship, Activism, Public History: Celebration of the Work and Leadership of Craig Heron.”
Canadian Society for Coptic Studies, Junior Scholars Initiative, University of Toronto
On Friday April 1, 2016 Michael Akladios joined a group of junior scholars in Coptic Studies and presented on new approaches to the study of Egypt’s migrants in global perspectives.