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Join us on Thursday, October 6, for a “5 à 7” celebrating five books published by our affiliates in the last year! There will be wine, cheese and a draw for books. Copies will also be available for purchase (cash only). With Gavin Foster, Patrick Leroux, Stéphane Martelly, Doug Miller and Ronald Rudin. Welcome to all!

Thursday, September 29, from 5:00 to 7:00PM

In their annual reports, a number of affiliates expressed the need for more occasions to meet and get to know each other. This event will bring together affiliates to explore common research interests, methodologies and themes. Newcomers to COHDS are welcome to take this occasion to meet other members of the community. This event might lead to the creation of affinity groups among affiliates.

This event will be hosted by Wendy Allen and Lisa Ndejuru, core members of COHDS.

Click here to register.

 

Next week's workshop, "Urban Enchantments: The City as Collaborator", will take place on Wednesday from 12:00 to 2:00PM.

Dr. Cynthia Hammond will discuss her combined practice as an artist, historian of the built environment, and community-engaged curator, through which she creates public events and art projects that directly connect residents with urban history and debates surrounding current development.

Click here to register.

COHDS Annual General Assembly will take place this Friday, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in our sunroom. Lunch will be served. The event will begin with a talk by Leila Qashu, based on her dissertation, “Towards an Understanding of Justice, Belief and Women's Rights: Ateetee, an Arsi Oromo women's musical dispute resolution process in Ethiopia." Leila Qashu is a Banting Post-Doctoral Fellow, who has recently joined us at COHDS. Click here to register to the event.

COHDS has recently learned that it will be hosting the annual conference of the Oral History Association in 2018. From October 10-14, the OHA will be bringing its hundreds of delegates outside the United States for the second time in its history. With support from Concordia University, this will be an opportunity to welcome the global oral history community to Montreal and to showcase research based at COHDS through a variety of oral history infused art installations, displays, performances, excursions, and walks during the conference.

Our first workshop of the fall semester, "Introduction to Oral History and Interviewing", will take place next week on Wednesday, September 14. The same workshop will be given in French on Friday, September 16.

Click here to register to the English workshop (September 14).

Click here to register to the French workshop (September 16).

After a much deserved break, COHDS will reopen this Tuesday, September 6.

Our fall programme of events starts mid-September, with two workshops on Oral History and Interviewing (English and French) and our Annual General Assembly, preceded by a conference by Leila Qashu, a new postdoctoral researcher at COHDS. A few new events have been added to the programme. View the full programme of events on the calendar!

COHDS is pleased to announce the release of its fall 2016 programme of events. Click here to download the full programme of events.

Le Centre d'histoire de Montréal lance le site Mémoires des Montréalais. Un site entièrement consacré à l'histoire de Montréal et de ses habitants composé d'articles, de dossiers, de photographies et de vidéos, de témoignages de Montréalais qui sera enrichi de mois en mois, en route vers 2017 et les années subséquentes.

COHDS is happy to announce the appointment of Barbara Lorenzkowski as its interim co-director until June 2017. Barbara is associate professor and graduate program director in the history department. Her current FRQSC-funded research project “The Children’s War” is a large-scale oral history study that draws upon the life-course stories of around eighty women and men who came of age in the seaport cities of St. John’s (Newfoundland) and Halifax (Nova Scotia) during the years of the Second World War. Their recollections of childhood and youth – grounded as they are in a particular place in time – provide rare glimpses onto the social spaces of childhood in the 1940s, shedding light onto the gendered worlds of childhood, the moral geography of darkness, children’s use of the social spaces of the city and the sensuous history of the wartime Atlantic. Trans-disciplinary in its conception, this project is situated at the intersection of oral history, cultural history, human geography, gender history and childhood studies.

Barbara replaces Steven High who is leaving his co-director position after ten years of service above and beyond the call of duty. We all wish Steven a great sabbatical, and more time for his own projects now that he will not be watching over the day-to-day affairs of COHDS. Of course, he will still be involved with various aspects of the centre, so this is hardly good-bye. Ronald Rudin will be continuing as a co-director of COHDS until June 2017, when Cynthia Hammond and Kathleen Vaughan will begin their terms as co-directors.

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