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Lachlan is a second year doctoral student in history, whose oral history project is examining the closing of the steel industry in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. His article, "'To Those Who Lost Their Lives': Reading a Labour Landmark in Sydney, Nova Scotia," was recently published in Labour / Le travail. You can find it here in PDF. Congratulations Lachlan!

Affiliated Researcher Sharon Gubbay Helfer is looking for interns willing to participate in her oral history research project. This internship will create a multi-media database by processing video-recorded interviews using the Stories Matter software. 

Winter 2014 (January to April)

The intern will attend training workshops and seminars offered by COHDS thus benefiting from a rich and diverse training in oral and digital history, and will be responsible for the production and dissemination of webinars. Task will include: recording presentations; video editing; online dissemination (on our Drupal website); and promotion on social networks.

Winter 2014 (January to April)

Tasks will include: attending and reporting on events; writing and disseminating the newsletter; adding and managing content to the website (Drupal); updating and developing a media list; retrospective and current media monitoring; managing and feeding the Facebook page and Twitter account; writing press releases; interfacing with COHDS affiliates in order to help them promote their work; publicizing special events.

New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training, University of New Brunswick

Candidates with a strong background in quantitative data analysis are invited to apply for two-year post-doctoral fellowships at the newly created New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training. The candidate’s previous research experience is open, but could focus on topics such as labour mobility, employment mismatch, household dynamics, and socioeconomic mobility. Familiarity with data stored in the Statistics Canada Research Data Centre is an asset, as is experience with GIS mapping.

The Canada Research Chair in Oral History and the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling would like to announce TWO graduate fellowships worth $30,000 each ($15,000 in years 1 and 2) for incoming students in Concordia University’s Master’s in History or Interdisciplinary (INDI) programs who would like to study employment mobility in the aftermath of deindustrialization (including mine, mill, factory closures or lay-offs) in Quebec.

2nd Annual Emerging ScholarsSymposium on Oral, Digital, and Public History

Friday, March 21st, 2014

The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University invites graduate students to submit proposals for our second annual Emerging Scholars Symposium on Oral, Digital, and Public History.

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Reporting to the Manager of Research, the Oral Historian plans, initiates and carries out oral history collecting, related research and projects according to strategic and assigned goals, on topics and sub-topics relating to immigration, multiculturalism, diversity and identity. This includes locating, authenticating and evaluating sources and providing reports on project developments. 

Student affiliate Ashley Clarkson recently published an article in the Oral History Forum. You can find a PDF version here and below.

Lu Xiao, Yan Luo and Steven High recently published an article in the Proceedings of the Big Humanities Conference: " In this paper we present our current prototype - Clock-based Keyphrase Map (CKM). CKM utilizes Keyphrase technique to identify important topics in the collection and a clock-based visualization to present them in a temporal order. CKM also enables the users to further analyze the collections and share their analysis process with other researchers."

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