Events calendar

Make the most of Congress: attend open events 

What are open events? 

Open events are events that any registered Congress visitor can attend. Whether you are attending Congress 2023 as part of an association conference or as a member of the general public registered with a community pass, you are invited to participate in an exciting array of open events.  

Open events are an excellent opportunity to engage in conversations across disciplines and to learn together. You will find these under a variety of programming streams, including the Big Thinking lecture series, Career Corner workshops, Expo and events presented by York University

Explore events at Congress 2023 

Browse the calendar, filter by series, language or host organization, search by keyword or date to explore the exciting programming Congress 2023 has to offer. 

The views and opinions expressed by speakers at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences are their own, and do not reflect those of the Federation, event sponsors or partners.

Date & time Event Hosted by Series or theme
- Exploration Gallery (of the Canadian Association for Food Studies) - Day 1 297 - Canadian Association for Food Studies (CAFS) Association events, Reckonings & Re-Imaginings
- Gender and Hungary’s Failed Quest for Justice Since World War II 210 - Hungarian Studies Association of Canada (HSAC) Association events, Reckonings & Re-Imaginings
- Bring your book to life: Publishing your scholarly book - in French 1000 - Federation for the Humanities & Social Sciences Career Corner
- Black Creek Walks, Talks and Dances - 1 4200 - York University Partner events
- Firgrove Mixed Media Oral Narratives Project - Day 4 4200 - York University Partner events
- Meleko Mokgosi: Imaging Imaginations - Day 4 4200 - York University Black and racialized programming, Partner events, (...)
- Black scholars in Canada’s research enterprise 2000 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Black and racialized programming, EDID, (...)
- The Black Canadian National Survey: Positioning Black Community Narratives at the Center of Public Sector Discussions 4200 - York University Black and racialized programming, Partner events
- Archival afterlives and Black lives: Critical Curating as Decolonial Practice 4200 - York University Black and racialized programming, Partner events
- The Community Mural @ Congress - Day 4 4200 - York University Partner events
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