From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University
From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University

No Correct Way to Love This Woman: Writing the Lives of Shulamith Firestone

The History Department and Centre for Oral History and Digital…

Congratulations to Dr. Catherine Richardson

Recipient of this year's Dean's Award for Excellence in Community Outreach and Public Engagement
From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University

Raconte-moi Riopelle: Call for Proposals for Emerging Artists

Jean Paul Riopelle Foundation and COHDS announce a call for emerging artists for Raconte-moi Riopelle, a juried competition open to all Concordia students and recent graduates.
From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University

2022 Fall Programming

From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University

Black History Archives Student Residency

The deadline to apply is April 11, 2022
From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University

Call for Application: Graduate Student Research Assistants

The deadline for applications is March 1, 2022 before 17h00 (EST)

Testimony: Visual and Embodied Gateways to Black Histories

Event series organized by the SdBI as part of Black History Month, co-hosted by COHDS and the Department of History
From L to R: Richard Wesley, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Keeper, Constance Lake Anishinaabe; Emilio Wawatie, Storyteller, Barrier Lake & Kitigan Zibi Algonquin-Anishnabe; George R. Kennedy, (ABD), Oneida Nation, Turtle Clan, McGill University

Winter Storytelling Series featuring Indigenous Storytellers

Hosted by the First Peoples Studies program