Nomination for student and community board members

Job Opportunity: Music Journalists

Adela Goldbard

Wastescapes tours

Jacob Le Gallais

Mayra Jucá

COHDS-ALLab 2021 Fall Programming

Ben Lander

Julian Duarte

Sayouba Savadogo

Julie M. Norman

Stephen Dinsmore

Diane Roberts

Voices of Chief’s Point

Short Term Contract Work: Researcher

Dania Nehme

Anne Bourne

Kessie Theliar-Charles

COHDS Summer Break

Congratulations Emanuelle!

Stefan Spirodon Christoff

COHDS-SOHC Biannual Summer Institute 2021

COHDS Award of Distinction in Oral History

Naomi Frost

Tania Lara Casaubon

PlaceDive Podcast

ME WE Online Festival

8th Emerging Scholars Symposium on Oral History, Digital Storytelling, and Creative Practice

CALL FOR PROPOSALS.
Deadline: January 25th, 2021

Alana DeVito

Cartographier les récits pour mieux les écouter

un atelier de cartographie participative des récits

L’Atlas des Récits de vie Rwandais

Cartographier les récits pour mieux les écouter

VK Preston

Arthur McIvor

Ceri Morgan

Rodolphe Gonzalès

Chercheur invité

Rodolphe Gonzalès is a postdoctoral fellow at Concordia University’s Department of Geography and Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS). After a M.Sc. (Geography, Université de Montréal, 2009) in interactive spatio-temporal visualisation, a Ph.D. (Geography, Université de Montréal, 2016) in network theory, and a postdoctoral fellowship in the same field (University of British Columbia, 2017), his current focus is on developing an online, interactive application to allow the exploration of Rwandan genocide survivors’ life stories. This project builds upon the COHDS’ Stories Matter database as well as Sébastien Caquard’s work on narrative mapping (https://atlascineproject.wordpress.com), and aims at providing ways to seamlessly interact between multimedia contents and their representations in space and time. Rodolphe also has an interest in visual, interactive media creation, including video games, animation and film-making.