Published Tuesday July 10, 2012
A scandal for some, a pragmatic solution for others, the Québec Act of 1774 has been interpreted quite differently by the Americans, Canadians, Amerindians and British. In order to take these diverse points of view into consideration and clarify their contexts, the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the Groupe d’histoire de l'Atlantique français, in partnership with Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, are organizing a conference where various historical approaches will intersect.
This conference on the Quebec Act, its transnational contexts, interpretations and heritage will take place October 3-5, at the Auditorium of the Grande Bibliothèque.
Those interested in taking part are invited to consult the call for papers [Word - 32KB].
Information [In French].