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Memorial University of Newfoundland invites applications for the Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Cultural and Economic Transformation.

"Most discussions of oral history method are rooted in abstract ideas about what interviewing should be and should achieve. However, interviews are ultimately personal interactions between human beings, and as such they rarely conform to a methodological ideal.

Concordia University is proud to welcome the 82nd Congress of l’Association francophone pour le savoir — Acfas in Montreal from May 12 to 16, 2014. This is a first for the university and coincides with Concordia’s 40th anniversary.

There are countless fascinating stories about the Canadian past that are unknown to all but a few people. Ron Rudin's Lost Stories project brought to light an important part of the history of deaf people in Montreal

All across the world a wide range of people travel to and from work – women and men, citizens and temporary foreign workers, new workers and those near retirement.

Concordia University's Department of History is announcing its 2013-2014 speaker series.

'This book will be a valuable addition for students and scholars of twentieth-century working lives and will undoubtedly be cited as a key text. It is a sensitive, balanced and richly informed survey.' – Sheila Blackburn, University of Liverpool

"Unfolding the Unexpectedness of Uncertainty: Creative Nonfiction and the Lives of Becoming Teachers" invites readers to share in the stories of Ruth, Ann and Nathalie as they transition from students to teachers. Rendering their experiences as short stories from the field of teacher education brings a dimension of social biography to scholarship.

Congratulations to Erin Jessee, Catherine Foisy, and Natasha Reid for their tenure-track faculty positions.
Thematic panel for the International Oral History Association Conference
July 9-12, 2014 - Barcelona, Spain
 
Oral history is widely perceived as a means of democratizing history, revealing the myriad truths of people’s lived experiences and complicating the grand historical narratives that would otherwise silence them. Yet, when applied to projects aimed at understanding lived experiences of conflicts and their aftermath, this approach poses a range of ethical and methodological challenges. 

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