Today at Activehistory.ca, we posted the most recent episode of the History Slam podcast in which we continue our annual tradition of recapping the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. In this episode, I chat with Michel Duquet, executive director of the Canadian Historical Association, about his experience at Congress. We also discuss the CHA’s role in promoting history as well as its efforts to address the linguistic imbalance at the annual meeting and the lack of papers looking at non-Canadian issues. I also talk to Benoit Longval, a graduate student at the University of Ottawa, about the graduate student experience at Congress, the pros and cons of roundtables, and the logistics of the CHA. You can find the full post here.