Associate Professor, Department of History, Concordia University
Dr. Elena Razlogova is a cultural historian who has used digital storytelling to encourage popular participation in interpreting and presenting the past. She co-directs the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling and directs the Digital History Lab component of the Centre. Her book, The Listener’s Voice: The Cultural Economy of Radio, from the Jazz Age to the Cold War, was published in 2011 at the University of Pennsylvania Press. She is currently working on an international history of surveillance during the Cold War.