|31 Jan||Mark Humphries|
|28 Feb||Patricia Grattan|
|28 Mar||“Patchwork Patient”: Among the Deep Sea Fishers – Promoting the Grenfell Mission, 1903-1981.||Heidi
|25 Apr||Tom Gordon|
|26 Sep||"Thrift and the Good Child Citizen: The Junior
in Confederation-Era Newfoundland"
|31 Oct||"Ructions in Heart's Content: Dispute Resolution in a Newfoundland Outport"||Ted Rowe|
|28 Nov||The Gilbert Higgins Lecture: A Mesmerizing Miscellany of Marvelous and Majestic Mummers: The Marketing of a Newfoundland Christmas Tradition.
This illustrated presentation explores the ways in which commodification of nostalgia has become the focus of some sectors of the market place.
The marketing of tradition is by no means a new phenomenon and it has been far more extensive than we perhaps realize. This underestimation possibly stems from the fact that, while we perceive today that marketing is facilitated through some form of corporate broker or entrepreneur, in reality this is not always the case. Instead performers have often taken on this role themselves. Similarly, at the grass roots level local artists and crafts people seeing performances of traditions such, as mummers, have turn those experiences into marketable wares.
|Jan 26||Newfoundland Modern: Architecture in the Smallwood Years, 1949-1972.||Robert Mellin|
|Feb 23||Gilbert Higgins Lecture for 2011-2012: Mirror Islands: The Colonial Histories of Tasmania and Newfoundland.||Fiona Polack|
|Mar 29||The Trial of Catherine Snow.||NHS Panel|
|Apr 26||George M Story and the Study of Newfoundland at Memorial
(AGM and George Story lecture).
Gilbert Higgins Lecture for 2012-2013: Trinity’s John Clinch (1748/9-1819): Missionary, Medical Man, Magistrate and Much More.
|Nov 29||The Rise and Fall of the 20th Century Whaling Industry in Newfoundland and Labrador||Anthony Dickinson|
|Jan 27||Cancelled (Weather)|
|Feb 24||Born on the Wrong Side of the Water: Newfoundland Nativism in the Nineteenth Century.||Carolyn Lambert|
|Mar 31||George Story Lecture: 'Newfoundland's Material Culture and the Rise of Heritage'.||Gerald Pocius|
|Apr 28||AGM and Lecture: From Uapamekushtu to Tshakashkue matshiteuieau: Place Names, History and the Labrador Innu.||Peter Armitage|
|Sep 29||A Reflection of Ourselves: Nationalistic Theatre in Newfoundland, 1965-1983||Mekaela Mahoney|
|Oct 13||Some Day the Sun Will Shine: Oil and the End of Newfoundland History||Jerry Bannister|
|Oct 27||‘The History of Salmon Conservation in Newfoundland’.||Don Hustins|
|Nov 24||Cancelled (Weather)|
|Jan 28||The MacDermotts of Fortune Bay: Their Three Missions, 1904-1934||Garfield Fizzard|
|Feb 25||The Response of the FPU to the Sealing Disasters of 1914 – an Illustrated presentation||Jessie Chisholm|
|Mar 25||The Grandchildren of Fogo: The Ripples of the Fogo Island Films of 1968||Susan Newhook|
|Apr 29||Tracing our Linguistic Roots: Mapping Regional Diversity in Newfoundland and Labrador English [George Story Lecture]||Sandra Clarke|
|16 Jun||"Bristol, Cabot and the New Found Land: 1496-1500."||Dr. Evan Jones University of Bristol|
|Oct 28||Buried Treasure: Newfoundland’s Pre-Confederation Mining History as Captured in Postage Stamps, Picture Postcards, Stock Certificates and Other Ephemera||Bruce Ryan|
|Nov 25||Braving the Flag [Higgins Lecture]||Christopher Pratt|
|Feb 26||The First Gilbert Higgins Lecture: British Imperial Identity and the Newfoundland Irish Threat, 1740 - 1800||Allan Dwyer|
|Mar 26||"Smallwood, Pearson, and the Power Corridor Through Quebec."||James Feehan|
|Apr 30||AGM and Story Lecture: Concise History Panel||Several Speakers|
|Sep 24||Pre-Confederation Women Writers and Mythologies of Empir||Heather O’Brien|
|Oct 29||Lee Wulff, Stanley Truman Brooks and the Newfoundland Tourist Development Board, 1925 to 1946||Allan Byrne|
|Nov 26||A.P. Low’s 1893-94 Expedition Through Labrador: A Tale of Iron and Irony [Gilbert Higgins Lecture]||Derek Wilton|
|Sept 25||Oscar Lieber’s trips to Labrador and observations of the 1860 eclipse||Derek Wilton|
|Oct 30||An Environment of Cooperation and Conflict: The Military Presence in Newfoundland and Labrador from the Cold War to the War on Terror||Whitney Lackenbauer|
|Nov 27||The Voice of Newfoundland - a history of the Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland (book launch)||Jeff Webb|
|Sept 27||"Nutakuanan – the parable of Herman J. Koehler and his 1931 disappearance".||Peter Armitage|
|Jan 29||"Hesketh Prichard in Labrador"||Larry Coady|
|Feb 26||"Rule of the Admirals: Law, Custom and the Naval Government, 1699-1832"||Jerry Bannister|