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Every year, the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University offers students and emerging scholars an opportunity to present their work at any stage, to exchange ideas, and to connect with other researchers and creators. The title and main theme of this year’s symposium is Storytelling and Intergenerational Memory. The call for papers is now closed. Read this year’s call for proposals here.
To know more about the keynote presentation “From encounter to collaboration: a conversation with Zeina Allouche and Emanuelle Dufour”, click here.
March 23 (9h00 – 17h30)
8h30 – 9h00 Coffee and Registration
9h05 – 9h25 Ceremonial Opening
9h30 – 10h45 Concurrent Session:
1. Place, Space, Memory (ALLab)
2. Intergenerational Memory and Diaspora (Sunroom)
10h45 – 11h00 Coffee break
11h00 – 12h15 Concurrent Session:
4. Oral History and Contested Legacies (Sunroom)
12h15 – 12h30 Award for Excellence in Oral History
12h30 – 13h30 Lunch
13h30 – 14h30 Keynote Presentation
14h30 – 14h45 Coffee break
14h45 – 16h00 Concurrent Session:
6. Stories from the Archive (Sunroom)
16h00 – 16h15 Break
16h15 – 17h15 Raconte-moi Riopelle: Propositions for research-creation
March 24 (9h00 – 13h00)
9h00 – 10h15 Concurrent Session:
7. Migration and Memory (Sunroom)
8. Sound, Image, and Story (ALLab)
10h15 – 10h30 Coffee break
10h30 – 12h00 Workshop: A morning of reflection
Registration for this year’s symposium is now closed. For online attendance you can follow the links on the schedule above or on the draft of the program.
For more information about a specific event, please visit our website and Facebook pages closer to the date: storytelling.concordia.ca | www.concordia.ca/allab. We will update these pages as soon as we have the details ourselves!
COHDS/ALLAB is located on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory, in Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.