with José Alavez, Sarah Bengle, Sébastien Caquard, Élise Olmedo, Léa Pinsky-Denieul, Emory Shaw, Sepideh Shahamati. In English (with Q&A in English and French).
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with José Alavez, Sarah Bengle, Sébastien Caquard, Élise Olmedo, Léa Pinsky-Denieul, Emory Shaw, Sepideh Shahamati. In English (with Q&A in En and Fr).
Cet atelier est le 4ème et dernier de la série Cartographier les récits : Méthodes, outils et pratiques alternatives
This is the fourth and final session of the series of workshops on “Mapping Stories: Alternative Methods, Tools and Practices” organized by the Geomedia Lab at the Center for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS-CHORN) of Concordia University. This roundtable will be inspired by the conversations and exchanges that will have taken place during the previous three mapping workshops (see Fall 2022 programming for more details). It is meant to expand our thinking about mapping stories. It will begin with a synthesis of the ethical, technological, methodological and conceptual questions raised during the workshops, before discussing intersections, complementarities and limits of each of the mapping methods/tools presented. Participants will then be invited to share ideas, experiences and personal reflections related to any aspects of the mapping of stories, particularly in an oral history context.
COHDS/ALLAB are grateful to be able to offer our programming on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory, in Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.