The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling is committed to providing support to our affiliated members and organizations and anyone interested in our public programming. In addition to our free training workshops, seminars and roundtables that are accessible for the general public, COHDS is equipped with cutting-edge audio and video recording equipment, a computer research lab for affiliates, a black box listening lab, a conference / event room, a dedicated interview room, and a selection of online training tools.

In this section visitors will find a database of helpful resources for anyone interested in oral history methodology as well as more information on how to access and use our facilities.

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Selected Publications by COHDS Affiliates

Books

MACLEOD, G. Scott. (2020). The Irishman – Child of the Gael.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

CAQUARD, S., (2020). Atlases, Online. In: Kobayashi, A. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd edition. vol. 1, Elsevier, pp. 235–241.

COOKE, S.J., V.M. Nguyen, D. Anastakis, S. High and 54 others. (2020). “Diverse perspectives on interdisciplinarity from the Members of the College of The Royal Society of Canada,” FACETS.

CHAND, Alison. (2020). “Gendered Identities in British Regions in Wartime: Women in Reserved Occupations in Glasgow and Clydeside in the Second World War” in Journal of Scottish Historical Studies.

CURRIE-WILLIAM, Kleann, Peter Graham, Mindy Carter, and Rena Upitis. (2020) “Beyond Ontological Autonomy: Finding One’s Self in Relations” in Identity Landscapes: Contemplating Place and the Construction of Self. Ed. Ellyn Lyle. Brill, Sense Publishers, 2020, pp. 174-184.

DRUKKER, Kelly Norah. (2020). “At Newgrange.” Rabbit: A Journal For Nonfiction Poetry, Issue 29, “Lineages.”

GAY, Amandine. (2020). “Ouvrir La Voix (Speak Up/Make Your Way): A Conversation with Amandine Gay.” Arora, Anupama, and Sandrine Sanos in Journal of Feminist Scholarship 16, pp. 17-38.

JACKSON, Lindsey. (2020). “Brit Without Milah: Adapting and Remixing the Dominant Ritual System,” in Authority and Dissent in Jewish Life. Leonard J. Greenspoon, ed. Purdue University Press.

MACKINNON, Lachlan. (2020). Closing Sysco : Industrial Decline in Atlantic Canada’s Steel City (Toronto : University of Tronto Press).

MACKINNON, Lachlan and Steven High. (2020). “Deindustrialization,” in Olaf Kaltmeier, Anne Tittor, Daniel Hawkins, Eleonora Rohland, eds. The Routledge Handbook to the Political Economy and Governance of the Americas.  London: Routledge.

MCGURK T. and Caquard S. (2020) To what extent online mapping can be decolonial? A journey throughout Indigenous cartography in Canada, The Canadian Geographer: 1–16.

MOISAN, S., Zanazanian, P. et A. Maltais-Landry. (2020). Enseigner l’histoire de son pays. Quelles postures et pratiques d’enseignants québécois à l’égard de la prise en compte de la pluralité des expériences? Dans N. Fink, P. Gautschi et M. Furrer (dir.), The Teaching of the History of One’s Own Country – International Experiences in a Comparative Perspective (p. 203-228). Wochenschau Verlag.

QASHU, Leila. (2020). “Singing for Justice: Oromo Women’s Musical Responses to Violence,” In Rebel Musics. Volume 2. Human rights, resistant sounds and the politics of music making. Eds. Daniel Fischlin and Ajay Heble. Chicago: Black Rose Books: 95-129.

RADU, I., Parent, É., Snowboy, G., Wapachee, B., and Beaulieu, G. (2020). Degrowth, decolonisation and food sovereignty in the Cree Nation of Chisasibi. In Ferne, N. and Nelson, A. (Eds.), Food for Degrowth: Perspectives and practices. Routledge Environmental Humanities series: London, pp. 173-185.

ROUSSEAU, A. (2020). « Expérimenter des formes de « mieux-être » : reconnaître l’expérience vécue du point de vue de la parole des femmes autochtones au Québec », Les Ateliers de l’éthique/The Ethics Forum, dossier thématique : « Reconstituer la mémoire historique: défis et enjeux éthiques », sous la direction de Florence Larocque et Anne-Marie Reynaud (Université de Montréal)

ROUSSEAU, A., G. Ashini et A. Pinsonneault. (2020). « Sortir de la méconnaissance pour améliorer les relations entre Autochtones et non-autochtones en milieu urbain : entrevue avec le Regroupement des centres d’amitié autochtones du Québec (RCAAQ) », Nouvelles Pratiques sociales, dossier thématique : « Racisme et discrimination systémique dans le Québec contemporain : ses formes et ses manifestations », no. 31, no. 2.

TCHATCHOUA-DJOMO, R., van der Haar, G., van Dijk, H., and M. van Leeuwen, M. (2020). Intricate Links: Displacement, Ethno-political Conflict, and Claim-making to Land in Burundi. Geoforum 109: 143-151.

VAUGHAN, K. (2020). The Perils and Possibilities of Making Art Now. In Reid, N.S., Sloan, J., Caquard, S., & Vaughan, K. You Are Here | Vous êtes ici [exhibition catalogue], pp. 25-27. Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

Other publications

LUDLOW, B. (13 March 2020). Using media to teach media [part 1 of a 2-part blog series]. Teaching Commons Newsletter, York University, Toronto, ON.

WU, Grace, Reynolds, Johanna, & Young, Julie. (2020). Refugee stories reveal anxieties about the Canada-US border. The Conversation.

Books

DE NARDI, Sarah, Hilary Orange, Steven High, and Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto, eds. (2019) The Routledge Handbook on Memory and Place. London: Routledge. Includes chapter by Topouzova*.

MACLEOD, G. Scott. (2019). Woman Waiting by the Sea – Iceland Settlement Series IV.

MACLEOD, G. Scott. (2019). Days on the Reykjanes Peninsula – Iceland, one of the world’s last natural wonders, travel journal.

Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network. (2019). Diversity & Achievement in Anglophone Quebec: Your Story, Our Story, Heather Darch & Rod MacLeod, Editors.

Theses and Dissertations

HARAKÉ, Emma. (2019). MA thesis, Art Education, Concordia University, Arabic Speaking Objects: A Collaborative Research-Creation Project Exploring Recent Immigrants’ Narratives of Displacement and Settlement.

MUSLEH-MOTUT, Nawal. (2019). Ph.D. Communication. School of Communication, Simon Fraser University. Willing the Impossible: Reconciling the Holocaust and the Nakba Through Photograph-based Storytelling

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

BURRILL, Fred. (2019). “Re-developing Underdevelopment: An Agenda For New Histories of Capitalism in the Maritimes,” Acadiensis 48, 2: 179-189.

BURRILL, Fred. (2019). “The Settler Order Framework: Rethinking Canadian Working Class History,” Labour/le Travail 83.

CAMBRE, C. (2019). “Visual criminology and the social image/s of crime” in Special Subsection (SSS): Current Sociology.

CAQUARD S. and Griffin A. (2019). Mapping Emotional Cartography, Cartographic Perspectives 91: 4-16.

CAQUARD S., Shaw E., Alavez J., and Dimitrovas S. (2019). Mapping Memories of Exiles: Combining Conventional and Alternative Cartographic Approaches, in Sarah De Nardi, Hilary Orange, Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto, Danielle Drozdzewski and Steven High (eds.), Memoryscape Handbook, Routledge: 52-66.

CHATTERJEE, Piyusha. (2019). « Organizing to Stay Legal : Montreal metro musicians’ journey from illegality to self-policing » Quebec Heritage, 13 : 4.

DUFOUR, E. (2019). De l’intégration à l’autonomisation ; Les fondements idéologiques du Père O.M.I. André Renaud, directeur des recherches pour les pensionnats indiens (1954-1963). Dans Marie-Pierre Bousquet et Karl Hele (dir.), La blessure qui dormait à poings fermés. L’héritage des pensionnats autochtones du Québec Montréal, Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, 63-82.

DUFOUR, E. et Cartwright, M. (2019). “A school where you re-learn to be proud of what you are…”: Kiuna Institution and the First Nations Social Science Program. Les cahiers du CIÉRA, 16, 79-113.

ETMANSKI, C., Hasebe-Ludt, E., & Donald, D. (2019). Narrative Métissage: Understanding Adults’ Life Stories Through the Relationality of History, Memory, and Experience (pp. 102–106). In Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE), Proceedings of the 38th CASAE Annual Conference. Ottawa, ON: Author.

EVOY, Jacob. (2019). “‘Aren’t you worried about what people might say? What people might do?’: Lady Gaga and the ‘Heeling’ of Queer Trauma.” In I Confess: An Anthology of Original Essays on Constructing the Self Within the Third Sexual Revolution. Edited by Thomas Waugh and Brandon Arroyo. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

EVOY, Jacob. (2019). “LGBTQ Children of Holocaust Survivors.” Association for Jewish Studies Perspectives. Special Edition – The Patriarchy.

FARNESI, B-C., Lavoie, K., Legault, L., Reilly, R. C., Bacon, S. (2019). Learnings from a pilot on the feasibility of combining collage and body-mapping storytelling during participant interviews and its usefulness in planning a behavioural intervention. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 53(3).

GALE, K., Wyatt, J., Smartt Gullion, J., Hou, N., Jeansonne, C., Linnell, S., Reaves, M. A., Reilly, R. C., & Rhodes, P. (2019). Deleuze and collaborative writing in the dance of activism. International Review of Qualitative Research, 12(3), 323-338.

GAGNON, Marie-Anne et Amélie Masson-Labonté. (2019). Entre rupture et transmission : les pratiques alimentaires italiennes autour du marché Jean-Talon Numéro 139, p. 19–23.

GARCIA, Derek X. (2019). “A Game of Mirrors: The Conversations of Ilan Stavans.” In Stavans Unbound: The Critic Between Two Canons, Ed. Bridget Kevane. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press.

GAY, Amandine. (2019). « Who is claiming us ? On being Black and adopted », The Funambulist, pp. 52-57.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2019). “The Humanities of Contingency: Interviewing and Teaching Beyond ‘Testimony’ with Holocaust Survivors.”

HAMMOND, Cynthia. (2019). “Promenades parlantes: didacticism on the move.” Cahiers de recherche LEAP: On the Potential of Didacticism in Architecture / Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture.” Ed. Carmela Cucuzzella, Cynthia Hammond, Chanelle Lalonde, Sherif Goubran. Montréal: Potential Architecture Books. 36-43.

HASEBE-LUDT, E. (2019). Of Lanterns and Liminal Moments: Living Curriculum in the Key of Ted Tetsuo Aoki. In P. Sameshima, B. White, & A. Sinner (Eds.), Ma: Materiality in Teaching and Learning (pp. 63–71). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “Donald Trump et les ‘Cinq de la Rust Belt.’“ Vingtième et Vingt-et-un Siècle Revue d’histoire. 144.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “The Emotional Fallout of Deindustrialization in Detroit.” Labor 16, 1, 127-150.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “Little Burgundy: The Interwoven Histories of Race, Residence and Work in 20th Century Montreal,” Urban History Review.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “The Emotional Fallout of Deindustrialization: Wounded Attachment and Structural Violence in Detroit.” Labor 16, 1.

HIGH, Steven, Lysiane Goulet-Gervais*, Michelle Duchesneau*, Dany Guay-Bélanger*. (2019). “Interlocking Lives: Employment Mobility and Family Fixity in Three Gentrifying Neighbourhoods of Montreal,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

IGLIORTE, Heathet. (2019). “‘Hooked Forever on Primitive Peoples’: James Houston and the Transformation of ‘Eskimo Handicrafts’ to Inuit Art,” Mapping Modernisms: Art, Indigeneity, Colonialism, Elisabeth Harney and Ruth Phillips (eds.). Durham: Duke University Press: 62-90.

IRWIN, R. L., Hasebe-Ludt, E., & Sinner, A. (Eds.). (2019). Storying the World: The Contributions of Carl Leggo on Language and Poetry. New York, NY: Routledge.

JANSSEN, Shauna. (2019). “Performance Design as Mnemonic Device for Critical Engagement with the Sptail Politics of Urban Change: The ARCADE Project.” Journal of Theatre and Performance Design; Vol. 5 No. 3.

LÉVESQUE, C., Cloutier, É., Radu, I., Parent-Manseau, D., Laroche, S., and Blanchet-Cohen, N. (2019). “Taking action to improve Indigenous health in the cities of Québec and Canada: the example of the Minowé Clinic at the Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre”, In Vojnovic, Pearson, Asiki, DeVerteuil, Adriana (eds), Handbook of Global Urban Health. London: Routledge.

LORENZKOWSKI, Barbara. (2019) “Sensing War: Childhood Memories of the Wartime Atlantic, 1939-1945,” in LORENZKOWSKI, Barbara, Kristine Alexander, and Andrew Burtch eds. Children, Youth, and War. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

LORENZKOWSKI, Barbara. “Mapping Memories,” in Lorenzkowski, Barbara, Kristine Alexander, and Andrew Burtch eds. Children, Youth, and War. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

MALTAIS-LANDRY, Aude. (2019). “L’histoire orale en classe: quels avantages, quels défis? Enjeux de l’univers social“ 15(1), 50-53. Numéro thématique : Tenir compte de la diversité dans l’enseignement en univers social.

MARCASSA, Mariana. (2019). “Between Muteness and the word.” Sonologia USPSESC, Brazil.

MARCOUX-FORTIER, Iphigénie. (2019) HOMING – The Homes of the Women of My Rural Home. The Starting Point: Unforgetting in “The Labour of Media (Studies): Activism, Education, and Industry.” Synoptique: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies 8.2.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2019). “Penser la création avec Stéphane Martelly,“ dans : Moebius, Déposer ma langue sur un crochet, crier enfin : “Je suis rentrée à la maison!“. No 160, p. 119–123.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2019). “Une Catastrophe de papier blanc. Lectures et écritures compromises de Marie Vieux Chauvet,“ dans : Folles littéraires : folies lucides. Les états borderline du genre et ses créations, Direction: Mireille Calle-Gruber, Sarah-Anaïs Crevier Goulet, Andrea Oberhuber et Maribel Penalver Vicea, Montréal: Nota Bene, p. 167-194.

MASSON-LABONTÉ, A. & Gagnon, M.-A. (2019). Entre rupture et transmission : les pratiques alimentaires italiennes autour du marché Jean-Talon. Cap-aux-Diamants, (139), 19–23.

MUSLEH-MOTUT, Nawal. (2019). “Comics Images & the Art of Witnessing: A Visual Analysis of Joe Sacco’s Footnotes in Gaza.” Arab Studies Journal, Washington, D.C. Vol. 27, 1: 63-90.

PANG, Celeste, Gloria Gutman and Brian de Vries. (2019). Later and End-of-Life Care Concerns Among Transgender Older Adults in Canada. DOI: 10.1177/0091415019843520.

QASHU, Leila. (2019). “Singing Prayers to Resolve Disputes and to Assert Women’s Rights: Ateetee, an Arsi Oromo women’s sung dispute resolution ritual in Ethiopia,” Ethnomusicology 63.2.

RAIN, J., Orbach, A., Marcoux-Fortier, I. “École de cinéma et communication mapuche : espaces territoriaux, regard distinct et collaboration.” Dans : Gergaud S, Herrmann TM (Dirs.) : Cinémas autochtones, des représentations en mouvements. GITPA (Groupe International de Travail sur les Peuples Autochtones), Collection « Questions autochtones », Paris : L’Harmattan.

RADU, I., Snowboy, G., Wapachee, B. and Parent, É. (2019) Food is healing: the story of Nihtaauchin (Chisasibi Center for Sustainability) and its journey to food sovereignty. Women & Environments International (WEI), Vol. 100, pp.46-49.

RADU, I. and Lévesque, C. (2019). Troubles du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale en contexte autochtone. Fiche synthese. Commission d’enquête sur les relations entre les Autochtones et certains services publics au Québec. Gouvernment du Quebec.

REMZ, Sean. (2019). Book Review of One Step Toward Jerusalem: Oral Histories of Orthodox Jews in Stalinist Hungary, in Studies in Judaism, Humanities, and the Social Sciences.

SCOPSI, C. (2019). Modélisation de la structure éditoriale des narrations mémorielles en ligne : La question des ressources liées. Médiations des savoirs: la mémoire dans la construction documentaire, actes du 4e colloque scientifique international du Réseau MUSSI, 77‑92.

SCOPSI, C., Whilelm, C., & Zouari, K. (2019). Migrants et migrations en SIC. Revue Française des Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication (RFSIC).

SOTELO CASTRO, Luis C. (2019). “Facilitating voicing and listening in the context of post-conflict performances of memory. The Colombian scenario.” In: De Nardi, S., Orange, H., et al. Routledge Handbook of Memoryscapes. Routledge: London.

SOTELO CASTRO, Luis C. (2019). “La Acción Escénica para un contexto transicional: casos colombianos.“ Cornago, Oscar y Rodriguez, Zara. (Ed.) Tiempos de habitar. Practicas Escenicas y Esfera Publica.Cuenca (España): Genueve Ediciones.

SOTELO CASTRO, Luis Carlos. (2019). ‘Enterarse de viva voz de las peores cosas: la escucha en el contexto de actos escénicos que usan la memoria como material en un escenario postraumático’. Revista Artilugio Nro 5.

TCHATCHOUA DJOMO, R. (2019). “T comme Trentenaire, 30 portraits d’entreprises et d’entrepreneurs issus de l’immigration.“ CARI St-Laurent (Centre d’Accueil et de Référence sociale et économique pour Immigrants), Montréal (QC), ISBN 978-2-9809749-7-7.

TIGCHELAAR, A. (2019). Sex Worker Resistance in the Neoliberal Creative City: An auto/ethnography. Anti-Trafficking Review, (12), 15-36.

TRAUE, B., Blanc, M., & Cambre, C. (Eds). (2019). “Discourse and Visibility: Toward a methodology of Visual Discourse Analysis” Special Issue of Qualitative Inquiry.

VALCOURT, T. & Caquard, S. (2019). From Earthrise to Google Earth: The Vanishing of the Vanishing Point, in Nancy Duxbury, W.F. Garrett-Petts, and Alys Longley (eds.), Artistic Approaches to Cultural Mapping: Activating Imaginaries and Means of Knowing, Routledge, 278-295.

VAUGHAN, K. (2019). For the love of the forest: Walking, mapping, making textile art. In R. Foster, J. Mäkelä, & R. Martesewicz (Eds.), Art, ecojustice and education: Intersecting theories and practices (pp. 95-110). New York: Routledge.

VAUGHAN, K. (2019). Teaching and learning with Canadian students in north Iceland: Towards the posthuman. Education in the North 26(1): Education in a Post-human Age.

VISLAVATH, Rajunayak. (2019). “A Foucaldian Genealogy of Singing Resistance in India” Research Journal of English, India.Vol-4, Issue 2. ISSN: 2456-2696

VISLAVATH, Rajunayak. (2019). “Art, Science and Language: Teaching Tools of Aborigines in India” Promoting Language and STEAM as Human Rights in Education: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Springer Nature Singapore. ISBN: 978-981-13-2879-4.

VISLAVATH, Rajunayak. (2019). “Knowledge Production and Autonomy” Research Journal of English, India. Vol-4, Issue 3. ISSN 2456-2696

VISLAVATH, Rajunayak. (2019). “Understanding the Cultural Politics of Dressing Sense in the Novels of Virginia Woolf” Mode ‘ethique: Tradition to Modern India. Foil Printers, Ludhiana, India. ISBN: 978-81-939443-6-3

VURAL, Leyla. (2019). “Potter’s field as heterotopia: death and mourning at New York City’s edge,” Oral History Society journal, pp. 106-116.

YANG M. & Caquard S. (2019) Mapping The Shawshank Redemption: Film Tourism, Geography and Social Media, in Anton Escher, Chris Lukinbeal and Stefan Zimmermann (eds.), Media’s Mapping Impulse, Verlag: Stuttgard: 281-300.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2019). “The Sinter Plant Boys: Jean Gagnon and the Personal Challenges of Fighting to Compensate Sudbury Families.” Forthcoming in Histoire sociale / Social History.

ZIMMERMAN EB, Haley A, Creighton GC, Bea C, Miles C, Robles A, Cook S, Aroche A. (2019). “Assessing the impacts and ripple effects of a community-university partnership: a retrospective roadmap,” Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning.

Other publications

ALAVEZ J., Rachédi L. and Caquard S. (2019). “Mapping Postmortem Mobilities of Exiles in Quebec”, Quebec Heritage.

ALLOUCHE, Z. (2019). You are not alone; The systemic deprivation of children with special needs.

ALLOUCHE, Z.(2019). The case of Mission De Vie; For a revolution against the social welder system in Lebanon.

ALLOUCHE, Z. (2019). The Lebanese revolution; Reclaiming back our rights.

CAQUARD S., Lucchesi A., Studnicki-Gizbert D., Temper L. and McGurk T. (2019). Using maps as a weapon to resist extractive industries on Indigenous territories, The Conversation.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “Pointe-Saint-Charles et le YMCA” La Presse.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “L’ALENA 2.0 et la stratégie de Trump pour le Nord,” La Presse.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “YMCA will find there’s lots of fight left in Pointe-St-Charles,” Montreal Gazette.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “No Sign of Hardship or Hurt: The Erasure of Class Politics in Point Saint-Charles,” Our Times Magazine. 18-23.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “Canal Stories,” Quebec Heritage Magazine.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “A New Era in Deindustrialization Studies?” Working Class Studies Perspectives. 30.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “Une longue tradition de syndicalisme à Montréal,” Le Devoir.

HIGH, Steven. (2019). “Classe ouvrière et origines de la Révolution tranquille,” Le Devoir.

LUDLOW, B. (2019). ‘Visual memoing’ as a critical self-reflective practice. International Network for Critical Gerontology, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON.

Living Archives of Rwandan Exiles and Genocide Survivors in Canada. Web-platform. TCHATCHOUA DJOMO, R. (2019). “Missing the point: The ineffectiveness of land reforms to resolve land issues in conflict-affected Burundi” Network of Young African Researchers (YARA), Small Grants Programme 2019, Theory & Methodology Workshop.

Books

DRUKKER, Kelly Norah. (2018). Petits feux (Small Fires). Trans. Lori Saint-Martin and Paul Gagné. Montreal: Le lézard amoureux.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2018). L’Enfant Gazelle, (fable) illustrations : Albin Christen, Montréal : Éditions du Remue Ménage, 28 p.

TRUJILLO AMAYA, Julián Fernando. (2018). The Pragmaticism of C. S. Peirce: Community, Realism and Truth (El pragmaticismo de C. S. Peirce: comunidad, realismo y verdad), Programa Editorial Universidad del Valle, Cali-Colombia.

Theses and dissertations

SONNTAG, E. (2018). Charlotte écoute un max : première formulation scientifique d’une sociologie-écoute (Thèse de doctorat). Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal (Québec, Canada).

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

ALLOUCHE, Zeina. (2018). “Similarities between child trafficking and the risks of adoption.” The Peace Building in Lebanon News Supplement (20).

BELONY, Lyns-Virginie. (2018). “Beyond testimony and trauma: oral history in the aftermath of mass violence: recension.“ Les Cahiers d’histoire XXXIV, nᵒ 34: 187‑90.

BELONY, Lyns-Virginie. (2018). “Une place au soleil : recension.“ Histoire Engagée.

BURRILL, Fred. (2018). “Discours d’éradication, discours de résistance: La mémoire collective et la mobilisation de l’histoire à St-Henri,” in Lutter pour le droit à la ville: Gentrifications et résistances à Montréal, ed. Marcos Ancelovici (Montréal: Éditions Écosociété).

BURRILL, Fred. (2018). “Travelling with Father Morin: Missionaries, Colonial Projects, and the Transnational Core of National Debates in Québec,” Canada Watch.

COUTURE, Sadie. (2018). “The Park Goers” On This Patch of Grass: City Parks on Occupied Land. Fernwood Publishing.

DUFOUR, E. (2018). “Les mots et les images pour l’enseigner: Authenticité, reconnaissance, empathie et respect mutuel au service de la réconciliation.“ Revue EdCan, 58 (2).

DUFOUR, E. (2018). “La sécurisation culturelle autochtone: une avenue prometteuse pour l’ensemble de la communauté collégiale.“ Revue de pégogie colléagiale.

DUMAIS, Doug. (2018). “The Accelerated Individual: Utopianism in Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin’s Sculptural Theatre,” Comparative Media Arts Journal, 1, no. 5: 41-56.

FOISY, Catherine. (2018). “Représentations du catholicisme et mémoire de la Révolution tranquille: le projet de loi 60 entre spectre et dialogue, “ dans David Koussens et Catherine Foisy (dir.), Les catholiques québécois et la laïcité, Presses de l’Université Laval.

FOISY, Catherine et Jean-François Laniel. (2018) “Catholicisme et société contemporaine. Cinquante ans après le concile Vatican II.“ Religiologiques.

FOISY, Catherine. (2018). “Repousser les frontières, repenser les polarités centre-périphérie. Réflexions autour de la mission inversée comme forme de la mission contemporaine.“ Religiologiques.

GAY, Amandine. (2018) “La réappropriation des moyens de production au service d’une esthétique autonome“ in Cukierman, L., Dambury, G. et Vergès, F. (dir), Décolonisons les Arts ! Paris : L’Arche, pp. 46-53.

GAY, Amandine. (2018). “La crise d’une utopie blanche?“ in Lindgaard, J. (dir), Éloge des mauvaises herbes : ce que nous devons à la ZAD. Paris : L’Arche, pp. 157-165.

HIGH, Steven. (2018). “Histoires de vie de réfugiés montréalais: une rencontre.“ Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2018.

HIGH, Steven. (2018). “One Job Town: Work, Belonging and Betrayal in Northern Ontario.” Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018.

HIGH, Steven. (2018). “Eh?” in Michael Dawson, Catherine Gidney and Don Wright, eds. Symbols of Canada. Toronto: Between the Lines.

HIGH, Steven. (2018). “Storytelling, Bertolt Brecht, and the Illusions of Disciplinary History,” In David Dean, ed. A Companion to Public History.  New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

HIGH, Steven. (2018). “Listening Across Difference: Oral History as Learning Landscape,” Learning Landscapes 11, 2, 39-48.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2018). ″This thing we are doing here″: Listening and writing in the Life Stories Project. In Beyond Women’s Words: the personal, political and ethical challenges of doing feminist oral history, Dir: Franca Iacovetta, Katrina Srigley et Stacey Zembrzycki, London / New York: Routledge Press, p. 184-191.

MILLER, E. (2018) “The Shore Line as Polyphany in Practice: A Case Study.” Alpahville, Journal of Film and Screen Media, Issue 15, Summer.

MILLER, E. (2018). “The Shore Line: An Interactive Documentary for a Sustainable Future.“ Rough Draft: Media Story and Society, Vol. 2, No. 5 New Media for a Sustainable Future.

MORGAN, Ceri. “Sonic Spectres: Word Ghosts in Madeleine Thien’s Dogs at the Perimeter and the Digital Map Project, “Fictional Montreal/Montréal fictive”’, London Journal of Canadian Studies (Autumn 2018)

PLEWS, J. L., Breckenridge, Y., Cambre, MC. (2018). “Experiências De Desenvolvimento Profissional Internacional De Professoras Mexicanas De Inglês No Canadá: Uma Análise Narrativa.” No Gláuks: Revista de letras e artes Estudos Linguísticos Jan./Jun. 17:01. ISSN: 2318-7131.

RIBEIRO, D. M, and Caquard, S. (2018). Cartography and Art. The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge (1st Quarter 2018 Edition), John P. Wilson (ed).

RADU, I. (2018). “Blurred boundaries, Feminisms, and Indigenisms: Cocreating an Indigenous Oral History for Decolonization,“ Oral History Review, 45(1): 29-47.

RADU, I. (2018).  “Uschiniichisuu Futures: Healing, Empowerment and Agency Among the Chisasibi Cree Youth”, In Henry, R., LaVallee, A., Van Styvendale, N., & R. Innes (Eds). Global Perspectives on Indigenous Health: Reconciling the Past, Engaging the Present, Animating the Future. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 211-236.

RADU, I (Ed.). (2018). Global movements, local shifts: migration, immigration and the city, Special Edition, Journal of Urban Anthropology/Revista de antopologie urbana, 6(11): 135pps.

SCOPSI, C. (2018). “Les mémoires des immigrés, entre source et médium.“ Bulletin de l’AFAS. Sonorités, (44).

SINNER, A., Hasebe-Ludt, E., & Leggo, C. (2018). “Long Story Short: Encounters with Creative Nonfiction as Methodological Provocation.” In P. Leavy (Ed.), Handbook of Artsbased Research (pp. 165–189). New York: Guilford Press.

TCHATCHOUA-DJOMO, R., van der Haar, G., van Dijk, H. & M. van Leeuwen (2018). “Intricate links: Displacement, ethno-political conflict, and claim-making to land in Burundi.“ Geoforum, March 2018.

TCHATCHOUA-DJOMO, R. (2018). “Improving local land governance? Exploring the linkages between land governance reforms, institutional pluralism and tenure security in Burundi.“ The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 50(1), 1-25. doi: 10.1080/07329113.2017.1419403

VICKERS, Simon. (2018). “From Balconville to Condoville, but where is Co-opville: Neighbourhood Activism in 1980s Pointe-Saint-Charles.” Labour/Le Travail 81.

VISLAVATH, Rajunayak. (2018). “Development and Demonetization: An Adivasi Perspective” Indigenous Indian Insights into Language, Literature and Culture, Etd DT Angadi and SG Dollegoudar. Kalaburgi, Karnataka: Kalyan Literary Publishers. ISBN: 978-81-931871-8-0.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey, Katrina Srigley and Franca Iacovetta. (2018). “Beyond Women’s Words: Feminisms and the Practices of Oral History in the Twenty-First Century.” London: Routledge.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey and Katrina Srigley. (2018). Special Section on “Decentering and Decolonizing Feminist Oral History.” Oral History Review 45, no. 1.

ZIMMERMAN E, Aroche A, Bea C, Green C, Gregory L, Miles C. (2018). “Regional scan and strategies for community engagement in health, housing and community development.” Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Society and Health.

Other types of publications

BITAR, Lilia. (2018). Théâtre-poésie, Les Syriennes des mers.

JANGAM, Chinnaiah. (2018).  “Caste in the Time of Right-Wing Politics: On B.R. Ambedkar’s birth anniversary, a Dalit scholar reflects on his legacy on contemporary India’s democracy.”

JAGAM, Chinnaiah. (2018). “How not to Write a Dalit Memoir?” The Wire.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2018). Le Prix de la liberté. Méditation en fragments, blogue Stéphane Martelly.

MILLER, Elizabeth. (2018). “SwampScapes.”

MILLER, Elizabeth. (2018). “The Shore Line.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

BORGES PAIVA, Simone. (2017). “Generational workshops in Brazil: between the socialization of the individual and its stories.” Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2017 – Wrocław, Poland – Libraries. Solidarity. Society. In Session S03 – Satellite Meeting: Genealogy and Local History Section joint with Asia and Oceania Section and Information Technology Section.

BURRILL, Fred. (2017). “Review of Remaking the Rust Belt: The Postindustrial Transformation of North America,” by Tracy Neumann, Canadian Historical Review 98, 1: 172-3.

CAMBRE, C. & Arshad-Ayaz, A. (2017). “Literacies future past: Inwardness as ethical information” In Samek, T. & Shultz, L. (Eds.) Information Ethics, Globalization and Citizenship: Essays on Ideas to Praxis. 64-79. McFarland Publishers, Jefferson NC, USA.

CAQUARD, S. and Dimitrovas S. * (2017). “Story Maps & Co. The state of the art of online narrative cartography,” M@ppemonde 121, 1-31.

DRUKKER, Kelly Norah. (2017). Petits feux (Small Fires). Trans. Lori Saint-Martin and Paul Gagné. Montreal: Le lézard.

FLETCHER, Christopher. (2017). ”Measuring Inuit Health from Ungava to Nunavik via Nouveau Québec: Episodes in the History of Researcher–Subject Relations.” The American Review of Canadian Studies, 47(2), 206‐224.

FLETCHER, Christopher, and Mylène Riva. (2017). “Introduction: Inuit Health/Introduction: La Santé des Inuit.” Études/Inuit/Studies, 40(1), 5‐22.

FLETCHER, Christopher. (2017). “Reflections on the intercultural politics of food, diet, and nutrition research in Canadian Inuit communities,” Études/Inuit/Studies, 40(1), 177‐188.

GRAY, C. (2017). “IR Gender and War Theories Applied to Egypt’s Violence Against Female Protesters.” Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland.

GRAY, C. (2017). “Globalization, Youth Reform Movements and the Role of the State: From Nicaragua and Cuba to Egypt and Serbia.” Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland.

JESSEE, Erin. (2017). “Managing danger in oral historical fieldwork.” Oral History Review 44:2, 322-347.

JESSEE, Erin. (2017). “The danger of a single story: Iconic stories in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.” Memory Studies 10:2, 144-163.

JESSEE, Erin. (2017). “Reconciliation.” In A. Petö (ed.) Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbook: Gender, War (New York: Macmillan Reference): 229-246.

JOLIVEAU T., Noucher M., Couderchet L., and Caquard S. (2017). Enseigner le géoweb à distance par la pratique et la critique, Ingénierie des Systèmes d’Information 5: 11-33.

NIANG, Marietou, Sophie Dupéré et Christopher Fletcher. (2017). “Une Africaine en « terrain africain.» Défis épistémologiques, éthiques et méthodologiques lors d’une recherche qualitative effectuée au Burkina Faso.“ Recherches Qualitatives, 36(1), 24‐44.

SCHWINGHAMER, Steven. (2017). “’This is Ticklish Business’: Undesirable Religious Groups and Canadian Immigration After the Second World War”, Canadian Issues.

WAINRYB, C., & Recchia, H. E.​ (2017). “Mother-child conversations about children’s moral wrongdoing: A constructivist perspective on moral socialization.” In N. Budwig, E. Turiel, & P. Zelazo (Eds.), New perspectives on human development: Rethinking cognitive, social, and language & communicative Development (pp. 182-208). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Other publications

DYER JALEA, Gracia. (2017). “Block by Block exhibit celebrates untold history of the Ward.” CBC News.

DYER JALEA, Gracia. (2017). Quartier par quartier : une exposition virtuelle sur la diversité et les défis de trois faubourgs immigrants du Canada. Radio Canada International.

DYER JALEA, Gracia. (2017). “Exhibit tells the story of Toronto’s Ward neighbourhood — where ‘everyone seemed to get along.’” Toronto Star.

DYER JALEA, Gracia. (2017). “Telling stories of migration one Canadian neighborhood at a time.” Metro Toronto newspaper.

DYER JALEA, Gracia. (2017). “Eight amazing photos that reveal what it was like to be an immigrant in 1900s Toronto.” Toronto Life.

GONDZIOLA, Jason. (2017). “Becoming Edmonton”.

GONDZIOLA, Jason. (2017). “Stoney Corner: a dictionary in the dialects of Paul First Nation.”

JESSEE, Erin. (2017). “On burnout, trauma, and self-care with Erin Jessee.” Oxford University Press Blog.

JESSEE, Erin. (2017). “Six questions to ask before you hit record.” Oxford University Press Blog.

TCHATCHOUA-DJOMO, Rosine. (2017). “Framing identity in contestations over land in post-repatriation settings: The case of southern Burundi.” Blog ‘Resources & Conflict – Discussing the Natural Resources Conflict Nexus.’

Books

CAMLOT, Jason and Christine Mitchell eds. (2015). Special Issue of Amodern 4 on “The Poetry Series.”

CONRAD, Dianne and Anita Sinner. (2015). Creating Together: Participatory, Community-Based, and Collaborative Arts Practices and Scholarship across Canada. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

FOSTER, Gavin. (2015). The Irish Civil War and Society: Politics, Class, and Conflict. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Scholarly Division.

HALLWARD, M. H. and Julie M. Norman, eds. (2015). Understanding Nonviolence. London: Polity Press.

HIGH, Steven, ed. (2015). Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

La Pointe: L’autre bord de la track / The Other Side of the Tracks. Montreal: Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, (2015).

LI, Na. (2015). Kensington Market: Collective Memory, Public History, and Toronto’s Urban Landscape. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Theses and Dissertations

GARNET, Dustin. (2015). PhD, Art Education, Concordia, “A Storied History of Art Education: The Art Department at Central Technical School, 1892-2014.”

RAK, Shauna. (2015). Art Education MFA, Concordia, “My Bubby’s Story.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

CHALUPA, A. A., & Tomlinson, M. (2015). “Migration and survival: An analysis of memory, identity, solidarity and coping among the gulag survivors of WWII.” Solidarity, Memory, and Identity Conference. Post-Conference Book Chapter. Cambridge Scholars Press.

CLARKSON, Ashley and Steven High. (2015). “Playing with Time: Oral History and Literary Studies in the Spoken Web Project,” Amodern 4.

Cohen, Yolande, Martin Messika and Sara Cohen Fournier. (2015) “Memories of Departures: Stories of Jews from Muslim Lands in Montreal,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

CONRAD, Diane and Anita Sinner, eds. (2015) Creating Together: Participatory, Community-Based and Collaborative Arts Practices and Scholarship across Canada. Waterloo, ON: Wilfred Laurier UP. Forthcoming.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2015). “Afterword,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2015). “From Testimony to Recounting: Reflections from Forty Years of Listening to Holocaust Survivors,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2015). “Treblinka and the Ardent Lover,” Oral History Review, Oxford University Press Blog

HIGH, Steven, ed. (2015). Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, forthcoming February 2015.

LITTLE, Edward. (2015). “When you’re up to your ass in alligators … .” Why Theatre Now? On the virtue and value of Canadian theatre in the new millennium. Barry Freeman and Kathleen Gallagher, Eds. Toronto: UTP.

LOW, B. and Sontag, E. (2015). Listening in human rights education: Learning from life stories of survivors of atrocities. In Leonard Waks (Ed.), Listening to teach. NY: SUNY Press.

LOW, B. E. et Sonntag, E. (2015). “Toward a Pedagogy of Listening: Teaching and Learning from Life Stories  of Human Rights Violations.” Dans K. R. Lewellyn, A. Freund, et N. Reilly (dir.), The Canadian Oral History Reader. Kingston, ON; Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

LUCHS, Michele and Elizabeth Miller. (2015). “On Tour with Mapping Memories: Sharing Refugee Youth Stories in Montreal Classrooms,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

MCIVOR, Arthur. (2015). “Economic Violence, Occupational Disability, and Death: Oral Narratives of the Impact of Asbestos-Related Diseases in Britain,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2015). «L’incertaine trace. Représentations vodoues chez Frankétienne » dans: Vodou: I Remember: The Idea of Vodou in Haitian Thought, Literature, Music, and Art, Celucien L. Joseph, Asselin Charles, Shallum Pierre, and Nixon S. Cleophat (dir.), Lanham (MA, USA): Lexington Books.

PELLETIER, Marie. (2015). “Finding Meaning in Oral History Sources through Storytelling and Religion,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

SHEFTEL, Anna and Stacey Zembrzycki. (2015).  “‘Questions are more important than answers”: Creating Collaborative Workshop Spaces with Holocaust Survivor-Educators in Montreal,” in Steven High, ed. Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

SAJNANI, Nisha, Warren Linds, Alan Wong, Lisa Ndejuru, Lucy Lu, Paul L. Gareau, and David Ward. (2015). “The Living Histories Ensemble: Sharing Authority Through Play, Storytelling, and Performance in the Aftermath of Collective Violence,” in Dianne Conrad and Anita SINNER, eds. Creating Together: Participatory, Community-Based, and Collaborative Arts Practices and Scholarship across Canada. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

RUCHON, Karoline. (2015). « Se (re)connaître comme personne pour être (re)connue socialement : le digital storytelling comme pratique de visibilisation médiatique de valorisation personnelle et de mobilisation communautaire et sociale », numéro ‘Reconnaissance et stratégies médiatiques : Pratiques contemporaines d’énonciation et d’exposition’, Anthropologie et Sociétés, 39, 3.

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2015).  “A möbius paradigm for artistic research: Entwining qualitative practices and the uncanny in a further elaboration of a collage method of inquiry.” In R.M. Viadel, J. Roldán, & X.M. Medina, (Eds). Fundamentos, Criterios, Contextos en Investigación basada en Artes y en Investigación Artistica/Foundations, Criteria and Contexts in Arts-based Research and Artistic Research. Vol 4: Panorama de especialidades artísticas/Landscape of Artistic Specialities (31-58). Granada, Spain: University of Granada Press.

WAINRYB, C., & Recchia, H. E. (2015). “Youths’ constructions of meanings about experiences with political conflict: Implications for processes of identity development.” In K. McLean & M. Syed (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Identity Development(pp. 369-386). New York: Oxford University Press.

Books

ATTARIAN, Hourig. (2014). “Fostering a new culture of learning, teaching, and practice: Armenian schools and education in Lebanon.” A bilingual report (English and Armenian). Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

CHARLEBOIS, Catherine et Paul-André Linteau. (2014). Quartiers disparus. Montreal: Éditions Cardinal.

COHEN, A., Bai, H., Leggo, C., Porath, M., Clarke, A., & Meyer, K. (2014). Speaking of learning: Recollections, revelations, and realizations. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

GREENSPAN, Henry, guest editor and contributor. (2014). “Scholars’ Forum: Engaging Survivors–Assessing ‘Testimony’ and ‘Trauma’ as Foundational Concepts,” Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust 24, 3.

MARTIN, R., Korchinski, M., Fels, L., & Leggo, C., eds. (2014). Arresting hope: Prisons that heal. Toronto: Inanna Publications.

WAINRYB, C. And H. E. Recchia, eds. (2014). Talking about right and wrong: Parent-child conversations as contexts for moral development. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

WALSH, S., Bickel, B., & Leggo, Carl. (2014). Arts-based and contemplative practices in research and teaching: Honoring presence. New York: Routledge.

Thesis and Dissertations

CLARKSON, Ashley. (2014). History MA, Concordia, “Oral History at Pier 21: Canada’s National Museum of Immigration.”

JANSSEN, Shauna. (2014). Humanities PhD, Concordia, “Urban Occupations Urbaines: Curating the Post-industrial Landscape.”

JONES, Allison. (2014). “Learning from our mistakes: Reflecting back on the Alternative University Project.”  Undergraduate Honours Thesis, Department of Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, QC.

MALTAIS-LANDRY, Aude. (2014). History MA, Concordia, «Récits de Nutashkuan : la création d’une réserve indienne en territoire innu»

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2014). PhD Université de Montréal: Littératures de langue française, “Les jeux du dissemblable : folie, marge et féminin en littérature haïtienne contemporaine.”

YOSHIZAWA, Al. (2014). History MA, Concordia, “The Hunt for Matsutake.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

BARTIE, Angela and Arthur McIvor. (2014). “Oral History in Scotland,” Scottish Historical Review 92, 108-136.

BONFIGLIOLI, Chiara. (2014). “Gender, labour and precarity in the South East European periphery:  the case of textile workers in Štip,” Contemporary Southeastern Europe, 1 (2), 7-23.

BONFIGLIOLI, Chiara. (2014). “Gendered citizenship in the global European periphery: Textile workers in post-Yugoslav states,” Women’s Studies International Forum, special issue on “Transformations of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe”

BONFIGLIOLI, Chiara. (2014). “Red girls’ revolutionary tales. Antifascist women’s autobiographies in Italy,” Feminist Review, vol. 106, pp. 60-77, special issue on “Revolutions”.

BONFIGLIOLI, Chiara. (2014). “Women’s Political and Social Activism in the Early Cold War Era: The Case of Yugoslavia, Aspasia,” The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women’s and Gender History, vol. 8, pp. 1-25, special issue on “Gendering the Cold War”.

BONFIGLIOLI, Chiara. (2014). “Nomadic Theory as an Epistemology for Transnational Feminist History,” in The Subject of Rosi Braidotti. Politics and Concepts (edited by Bolette Blaagaard and Iris van der Tuin), Bloomsbury.

CHALUPA, A. A. (2014). “Once upon a time in Africa…” Cosmopolitan Review 6, 4.

CHAND, Alison. (2014). “Conflicting Masculinities? Men in Reserved Occupations in Clydeside 1939-1945,” Journal of Scottish Historical Studies.

CHARLEBOIS, Catherine and Paul-André Linteau. (2014). Quartiers disparus. Red Light, Faubourg à m’lasse, Goose Village.  Montréal: Éditions Cardinal.

CHARLEBOIS, Catherine. (2014). « Leçons de la clinique de mémoire des Habitations Jeanne-Mance » in  La sauvegarde de l’architecture moderne. Québec, Presses de l’Université du Québec, pp. 73-81.

COHEN, A., Bai, H., Leggo, C., Porath, M., Clarke, A., & Meyer, K. (2014). Speaking of learning: Recollections, revelations, and realizations. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

CLARKSON, Ashley. (2014). “The Pier 21 Memories of Migration: Transforming Immigration Shed into Immigrant Museum.” The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum.

FOISY, Catherine. (2014). « La décennie 1960 des missionnaires québécois : vers de nouvelles dynamiques de circulation des personnes, des idées et des pratiques » Bulletin d’histoire politique, vol. 23, no 1, p. 24-41.

FOISY, Catherine. (2014). « Renouveler les études québécoises par l’Histoire connectée. Le cas des missionnaires contemporains comme objet d’étude convergent », Paola Puccini, Jean-François Plamondon, Fabio Regattin et Valeria Zotti (dir.), Premiers États généraux des études québécoises en Italie et perspective européenne, Bologne, I libri di Emil.

FOISY, Catherine. (2014). « Relire le catholicisme québécois au XXe siècle à partir des “remarquables oubliés” que sont devenus les missionnaires », Québec français, no 172, p. 36-38.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2014). “The Unsaid, The Incommunicable, The Unbearable, and the Irretrievable,” The Oral History Review 41, 2.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2014). “Engaging Survivors: Assessing ‘Testimony’ and ‘Trauma’ as Foundational Concepts,” Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust 28, 3.

GUBBAY-HELFER, Sharon, Victor C. Goldbloom, and Lisa Grushcow. (2014). “Bâtir Des Maisons et Les Habiter: Judaïsme, Laïcité et Vivre Ensemble.” In Religions et Laïcité: Pour Un Nécessaire Dialogue. Fides.

GUBBAY-HELFER, Sharon. (2014). “Fear and Desire Across the Divide of Difference: A Videography-Based Implementation of Herbert Kelman’s Interactive Problem-Solving Workshops,” EDULEARN14 Proceedings, 1186-1195.

HIGH, Steven. (2014). Oral History at the Crossroads: Sharing Life Stories of Survival and Displacement. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

HIGH, Steven. (2014). “Smile through the Tears: Life, Art, and the Rwandan Genocide,” in Stephen Sloan and Mark Cave, eds. Listening on the Edge: Oral History and Crisis. New York: Oxford University Press.

JESSEE, Erin and Alexander Freund. (2014). “’Confessing Animals’ redux: A conversation between Alexander Freund and Erin Jessee.” Oral History Review 41, 2: 314-324.

JESSEE, Erin and Sarah Watkins. (2014). “Good kings, bloody tyrants, and everything in between: Representations of the monarchy in post-genocide Rwanda.” History in Africa 41: 35-62.

KOFFMAN, David S. and Stephanie Tara Schwartz, eds. (2014). Canadian Jewish Studies 20.

LABRIE, Christine. (2014). « Implantation de services en lien avec l’avortement à Sherbrooke depuis les années 1970 : une enquête d’histoire orale ». Revue d’histoire de l’Université de Sherbrooke, vol. 7 no 1.

LEGGO, C. (2014). “Riffing while riffling: 25 poetic ruminations.” Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art, 3(2), pp. 93-107.

LEGGO, C., & Sameshima, P. (2014). Startling stories: Fiction & reality in education research. In A. D. Reid, E. P. Hart, & M. A. Peters (Eds.), A companion to research in education (pp. 539-548). New York: Springer.

LEGGO, C. (2014). Inviting creative writing: Organic creativity in teaching poetry writing. In J. Piirto (Ed.), Organic creativity in the classroom: Teaching to intuition in academics and the arts (pp 189-201). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press, & National Association for Gifted Children.

LEGGO, C. (2014). Contemplating and complicating curriculum by attending to language:  Twenty-six metonymic moments. In W. Hurren & E. Hasebe-Ludt (Eds.), Contemplating curriculum: Genealogies/Times/Places (pp. 183-198). New York: Routledge.

LEGGO, C., & Irwin, R. L. (2014). A/r/tography: Always in process. In M. M. Albers, T. Holbrook, & A. S. Flint (Eds.). New methods of literacy research (pp. 150-162). New York: Routledge.

LEHRER, Erica. (2014). Na Szczęscie To Żyd / Lucky Jews. Exhibition Catalog. Krakow: Ha!art Press, 2014.

LEHRER, Erica. (2014). “Virtual, Virtuous, Vicarious, Vacuous? Towards a Vigilant use of Labels (A Response to Ruth Gruber).” In Jewish Cultural Studies No. 4: Framing Jewish Culture: Boundaries, Representations, and Exhibitions of Ethnic Difference, edited by Simon J. Bronner. Oxford: Littman Library.

LITTLE, Edward and Steven High. (2014). “Partners in Conversation: A Reflection on the Ethics and Emergent Method of Oral History Performance,” in David Dean, Yana Meerzon and Kathryn Prince, eds.  History, Memory, Performance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

LOIGNON, C., Boudreault-Fournier, A., Truchon, Karoline., Labrousse, Y. et B. Fortin. (2014). Medical residents reflect on their prejudices toward poverty: a photovoice training project, BMC Medical Education, 14 : 1050.

MACKINNON, Lachlan. (2014). “Give Me Fish, Not Federalism: Outer Baldonia and Performances of Micronationality,” Shima: The Journal for Research into Island Cultures 8, 2.

MARTIN, R., Korchinski, M., Fels, L., & Leggo, C. (Eds.). (2014). Arresting hope: Prisons that heal. Toronto: Inanna Publications.

MESNER, K., & Leggo, C. (2014). “Six moments.” In D. Gosse (Ed.), Out proud: Stories of pride, courage, and social justice (pp. 220-226). St. John’s, NL: Breakwater Books.

MESNER, K., & Leggo, C. (2014). Surprising representations of youth in Saved and Loving Annabelle. In A. Ibrahim & S. R. Steinberg (Eds.), Critical youth studies reader (pp. 304-314). New York: Peter Lang.

MEHREEN, R., Bonin, H. & Hausfather, Nadia. (2014). “Direct democracy, grassroots mobilization and the Quebec student movement.” In Collectif dix novembre (Eds.), This is Fucking Class War: Voices from the 2012 Québec student strike.

MSHILLA, Hellen, Liob Lenhart and Hanne Mogensen. (2014).  “Radio and Plolitical Security in Post Conflict Northern Uganda-The Case Study of Gulu District,” in Emilio Ovuga, Julaina A. Obika, Kenneth Olido and Elizabeth A. Opiyo, eds. Conflict and Peace Studies in Africa: Peace and Peace Building: Enhancing Human Security. (Gulu: Gulu University), 89-124.

NORMAN, Julie M. & Maia Carter Hallward (eds). (2014). Nonviolence: Contours and Contexts. London: Polity Press.

OIARZABAL, Pedro J. (2014). Author of “Migrant Memories in the Ephemeral Digital Age: The Case of the Basque Institutional Diaspora in North America”, in Dominique Daniel y Amalia Levi (eds.). Identity Palimpsests: Archiving Ethnicity in the U.S. and Canada. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books.

OIARZABAL, Pedro J. (2014).  Author of “Aproximación al Estudio de la Migración Vasca de Retorno: Hacia la Pequeña Historia Personal a través de los Testimonios Orales de Emigrantes Retornados”, in Ana Ugalde Zaratiegui (ed.). Migraciones en el Tercer Milenio: Una Mirada desde el País Vasco. Bilbao: Servicio Editorial de la Universidad del País Vasco.

RASHID, Azra. (2014). “Gender and Genocide: A Research-Creation Project,” Canadian Journal of Communications 39, 2.

RADU, I. & House, L. (2014). “Miyupimaatisiiun in Eeyou Istchee: Indigenous healing and community engagement in health and social services delivery.” In Gros-Louis McHugh, N., Gentelet, K., & Basile, S. (eds), Boîte à outils des principes de la recherche en contexte autochtone : éthique, respect, équité, réciprocité, collaboration et culture.

RADU, Ioana., House L., & Pashagumskum, E. (2014). “Land, life and knowledge: intergenerational healing in the bush.” Decolonization. Indigeneity, Education, Society, 3(3), 86-105.

RECCHIA, H. E., Wainryb, C., Bourne, S.*, & Pasupathi, M. (2014). “The construction of moral agency in mother-child conversations about helping and hurting across childhood and adolescence,” Developmental Psychology, 50, 34-44.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2014). L’Acadie entre le souvenir et l’oubli: un historien sur les chemins de la mémoire collective. Montréal: Les Éditions du Boréal, (Translation of Remembering and Forgetting in Acadie).

RUDIN, Ronald (2014). “Qui est Clio, et qu’est-ce l’Acadie?” in Patrick D. Clarke, ed., Clio en Acadie (Ste-Foy: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2014), pp 243-55.

SCHALLUM, Pierre (2014). « Jacques Stephen Alexis, polémiste » dans Jhon Picard Byron (dir.), Production du savoir et construction sociale : l’ethnologie en Haïti, Québec/Port-au-Prince, Presses de l’Université Laval / Éditions de l’Université d’État d’Haïti, 2014, p. 99-121.

SINNER, Anita. (2014). “Against the Grain: An intervention of mastery learning and intellectual emancipation in art education,” Educational Philosophy and Theory.

SONG, Miao, Mokhov, Serguei A., Grogono, Peter. (2014). “A brief technical note on haptic jellyfish with falcon and openGL.” CHI Extended Abstracts: 1525-1530

TRIGGS, V., Irwin, R.L., & Leggo, C. (2014). Walking art: Sustaining ourselves as arts educators. Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art, 3(1), pp. 21-34.

TRUCHON, Karoline. (2014).  « Les médias comme espaces de (re)configurations et de (re)négociations des droits humains », numéro ‘Justice, droits et performativité’, Cultures-Kairós.

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2014). “Art, enchantment and the urban forest: A step, a stitch, a sense of self.” In A. Sandberg, A. Bardekjian, & S. Butt (eds.), Urban forests, trees, and green space: A political ecology perspective, 307-321. London: Earthscan/Routledge.

WALSH, S., Bickel, B., & Leggo, C. (Eds.). (2014). Arts-based and contemplative practices in research and teaching: Honoring presence. New York: Routledge.

WARREN, Jean-Philippe and Steven HIGH. (2014).  “Memory of a Bygone Era: Oral History in Quebec (1979-1986),” Canadian Historical Review 95, 3, 433-56.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2014). According to Baba: A Collaborative Oral History of Sudbury’s Ukrainian Community. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

ZHANG, Tracy. (2014) “Bending the Body for China: The Uses of Acrobatics in Sino-US Diplomacy during the Cold War,” International Journal of Cultural Policy,

Books Monographs and Edited Collections

AUSTIN, David. (2013). Fear of a Black Nation: Race, Sex and Security in Sixties Montreal. Toronto: Between the Lines.

CANAL: Walking the Post-Industrial Lachine Canal (Montreal: Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling.

HIGH, Steven, Edward LITTLE And Thi Ry Duong. (2013). Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

HOJABRI, Afsaneh. (2013). A Sip, A Bite, A Mouthful: A memoir of food and growing up in Shiraz.

LOWE, Bronwen E. and Emmanuelle Sonntag. (2013). “Towards a Pedagogy of Listening: Teaching and Learning from Lie Stories of Human Rights Violations,” Journal of Curriculum Studies.

PILLARELA, Joyce. (2013). Remembering the Internment of Italian Montrealers in World War II. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Recognition Programme.

SINNER, Anita and Diane Conrad, eds. (2013). Creating together: Participatory, community-based and collaborative arts practices and scholarship across Canada. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

SHEFTEL, Anna et Stacey Zembrzycki. (2013). Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Theses and Dissertations

AFFAN, Samah. (2013). History MA, “Ethical Gestures: Articulations of Black Life in Montreal’s 1960s.”

MACLEOD, Emily. (2013). History MA. “Revisiting Old Town: Examining the Post-Occupational History of the Fortress of Louisbourg.”

MACLEOD, G. Scott. (2013). Art Education MA, “Dans l’Griff-In Griffintown: Three personal French Canadian narratives on their homes, public spaces, and buildings in the former industrial neighbourhood of Griffintown.”

MOORE, Kim. (2013). History MA, “Subjective Listening: Methodological and Interpretative Challenges and Opportunities in Constructing an Online Oral History Database.”

SAUVÉ, Marie-Hélène. (2013). Regards théoriques sur la pratique de l’histoire orale en milieu muséal. Mémoire de maîtrise, Muséologie, Université de Montréal.

Weissman, Eric. (2013). “Spaces, Places and States of Mind: a pragmatic ethnography of liminal critique.” PhD thesis, Concordia University.

VICKERS, Simon. (2013). Making Co-opville: Layers of Activism in Point St-Charles (1983-1992). Masters thesis, Concordia University.

WONG, Alan. (2013). Individualized Study PhD, “Between Rage and Love”: Disidentifications Among Racialized, Ethnicized, and Colonized Allosexual Activists in Montreal. »

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

ATTARIAN, Hourig. (2013). “Introduction: Encounters in Vulnerability, Familiarity, and Friendship”. Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice, Anna Sheftel et Stacey Zembrzycki, eds. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

ATTARIAN, Hourig et Rachael Van Fossen. (2013). “Stories Scorched From the Desert Sun: Performing Testimony, Narrating Process”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven High, Edward Little and Thi Ry Duong, eds., Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

BHAGWATI, Sandeep. (2013). “Lamentations: A Gestural Theatre in the Realm of Shadows”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG, eds, Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

BRAMMER, Frauke. (2013). ‘Legs d’automne. Le terrorisme des années 1970 au Canada et en Allemagne de l’Ouest.’ In: Violences politiques. Europe et Amériques, 1960-1979, ed. Jean-Philippe Warren, Ivan Carel und Robert Comeau. Montréal: Lux Éditeur: 193-220.

BUZIAK, Milena. (2013). “Grains de sable: essai scénique en theatre documentaire suivi d’une réflexion sur l’utilisation du document sur scène,” Maîtrise en theatre: Université du Québec à Montréal.

CLARKSON, Ashley. (2013). “The Intellectual Journey of Dr. James H. Morrison,” Oral History Forum d’histoire orale 33.

COHEN, Yolande. (2013). « Mémoires des Migrations de juifs marocains à Montréal ». Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

DUONG, Thi Ry. (2013). “Afterword”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

FOISY, Catherine. (2013). ‘‘Christian-Muslim Dialogue from the Margins… The Story of a French Canadian Mission to Indonesia (1974-83)’’, International Bulletin of Missionary Research (IBMR), 167-171.

FOISY, Catherine. (2013). “Et si le salut venait aussi du Sud ‘missionné’? Itinéraire de l’Entraide missionnaire (1950-1983), » Etudes d’histoire religieuse 79, 1, 117-29.

FOISY, Catherine. (2013). “Héritières d’un projet, porteuses d’un charisme : regards de missionnaires québécoises sur la rénovation de leur institute,” Histoire, monde et cultures religieuses 3, 27, 127-141.

FOISY, Catherine. (2013). “Les réseaux missionnaires et l’action sociale des Québécois en Amérique latine, 1945-1980,” Etudes d’histoire religieuse 79, 1, 93-115

GRAVOTTA, Noelia et Megan Webster. (2013). “Co-Creating Our Story: Making a Documentary Film”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward Little And Thi Ry Duong (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

HABIMANA, Emmanuel, Carole VACHER, Berthe KAYITESI et Callixte KABAYIZA. (2013). « Les viols pendant le génocide des Tutsi: un crime d’envie ». Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

HANLEY, J., Stiegman, M., Speirs, K., & Lavigne, V. “Foreigners” on the family farm: An employment relationship with family on both sides. (2013). In S. Gervais, M.A. Poutanen, R. Iacovici (Eds.), Being Quebecois: Ethnicity and Race in 19th to 21st Century Quebec. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

HIGH, Steven. (2013). “Embodied Ways of Listening: Oral History, Genocide and the Audio Tour.” Anthropologica 55.

JESSEE, Erin and Annie Pohlman, eds. (2013). “Confronting Mass Atrocities in Oral Historical Practice,” Special themed issue. Oral History Forum d’histoire orale 3.

LEHRER, Erica. (2013).  Jewish Poland Revisited: Heritage Tourism in Unquiet Places. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press (“New Anthropologies of Europe” series).

KILBURN, Michael, Samata Sharma, Nathalie Saltikoff, Dana Modell, Scott Rothermel and Sandra Gasana. (2013).“Multidisciplinary Roundtable: Soldiers’ Tales (Un)told: Perspectives on Trauma and Narrative in the Consideration and Treatment of PTSD (and pre-TSD),” Oral History Forum d’histoire orale 33, Special Issue “Confronting Mass Atrocities”.

LEGGO, C. (2013). Living creatively: A poet’s testimony. English Practice, 55(1), pp. 16-25.

LEGGO, C. (2013). Spelling hope: A poet-teacher’s testimony. In T. M. Kress & R. Lake (Eds.), We saved the best for you: Letters of hope, imagination and wisdom for 21st century educators (pp. 25-28). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

LEHRER, Erica, and Magdalena Waligórska. (2013). “Cur(at)ing History: new genre art interventions and the Polish-Jewish past.” East European Politics & Society 27, 3: 510-544.

LEVINE, Reisa. (2013). “Oral History in the Age of Social Media Networks: Life Stories on CitizenShift and Parole Citoyenne”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven High, Edward Little And Thi Ry Duong (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

LITTLE, Edward and Steven HIGH. (2013). “Introduction”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

LOW, B. E. et Sonntag, E. (2013). “Deejaying her Listening: Learning through Life Stories of Human Rights Violations.” Sounding Out!.

LUCHS, Michele and Liz Miller. (2013). “Arrival Stories: Using Media to Create Connections in a Refugee Residence”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven High, Edward Little And Thi Ry Duong (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

MACKINNON, Lachlan. (2013). “Labour Landmarks in New Waterford: Collective Memory in a Cape Breton Coal Town,” Acadiensis 42, no. 2, pp. 3-26.

MACKINNON, Lachlan. (2013). “‘To Those Who Lost Their Lives’: Reading a Labour Landmark in Sydney, Nova Scotia,” Labour/le Travail 72, 101-128.

MARTELLY, Stéphane. (2013). « Virginie Sampeur »; « Ida Faubert »; « Marie Vieux Chauvet »; « Toto Bissainthe » et « Yanick Jean » (5 entrées) dans : Dictionnaire des femmes créatrices (section Caraïbe, dirigée par Aline Bergé), Béatrice Didier, Mireille Calle-Gruber et Antoinette Fouque (dir.), Paris : Éditions des femmes.

MILLER, Liz. (2013). “Going Places: Helping Youth with Refugee Experiences Take Their Stories Public”. Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice, Anna SHEFTEL et Stacey ZEMBRZYCKI, eds. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

MUKARWEGO, Athanasie. (2013). « Viols des femmes Tutsi pendant le génocide : témoignage de Mme Athanasie ». Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

NORMAN, Julie M. (2013). “Memory and Mobilization: Identity, Narrative and Nonviolent Resistance in the Palestinian Intifadas.”  Quest: Issues in Contemporary Jewish History 5.

PATTERSON, Monica Eileen. (2013). “By and For Children: History and Healing in a Hospital Museum in KwaZulu Natal,” Curatorial Dreams: Critics Imagine Exhibitions, Erica Lehrer and Shelley Ruth Butler, eds..McGill-Queens University Press.

PATTERSON, Monica Eileen. (2013). “The Ethical Murk of Using Testimony in Oral Historical Research in South Africa,” Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

RAZLOGOVA, Elena. (2013). “The Past and Future of Music Listening: Between Freedom DJs and Recommendation Algorithms,” in Michele Hilmes and Jason Loviglio, eds. Radio’s New Wave. New York: Routledge.

RAZLOGOVA, Elena. (2013). “Listening to the Inaudible Foreign: Simultaneous Translators and Soviet Experience of Foreign Cinema,” in Lilya Kagonovsky and Masha Salazkina, eds. Sound/Music/Speech in Soviet and Post-Soviet Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2013). “The Case for Public Knowledge,” The Trudeau Foundation Papers, 5, 100-123.

SAJNANI, Nisha, Lisa Ndejuru, Warren Linds Et Alan Wong. (2013). Un chapitre (titre à venir) dans Creating together: Participatory, community-based and collaborative arts practices and scholarship across Canada, Diane CONRAD et Anita SINNER (éds.), Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

SAJNANI, Nisha, Alan Wong Et Lisa Ndejuru. (2013). “Turning Together: Playback Theatre, Oral History, and Arts-Based Research in the Montreal Life Stories Project”. Remembering Mass Violence: Oral History, New Media and Performance, Steven HIGH, Edward LITTLE and Thi Ry DUONG (éds.), Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

SAMESHIMA, P. & Leggo, C. (2013). How do you spell love? Curricular conversations. Creative Approaches to Research, 6 (1), pp. 89-109.

SHEFTEL, Anna and Stacey Zembrzycki. (2013). “Professionalizing Survival: The Politics of Public Memory among Holocaust Survivor-Educators in Montreal.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 12, 2: 210-231.

SCHWINGHAMER, Steven. (2013). “Locating Authorities: Public Expertise, Heritage Institutions and the Recent Past.” Canadian Issues Summer 2013, 28-33.

SHEFTEL, Anna. (2013). “’I don’t fancy history very much’: Reflections on Interviewee Recruitment and Refusal in Bosnia-Herzegovina”. Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice, Anna Sheftel Et Stacey Zembrzycki, eds. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

SHEFTEL, Anna and Stacey Zembrzycki. (2013). “Professionalizing Survival: The Politics of Public Memory among Holocaust Survivor-Educators in Montreal.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 12, 2.

SINNER, Anita. (2013) “Archival research as living inquiry: An alternate approach for research in the histories of teacher education.” International Journal of Research and Method in Education.

WONG, Alan. (2013). “Listen and Learn: Familiarity and Feeling in the Oral History Interview”. Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice, Anna SHEFTEL et Stacey ZEMBRZYCKI, eds. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

XIAO, Lu, Yu Luo, and Steven High. (2013). “CKM: A Shared Analytical Tool for Large-Scale Analysis of Audio-Video Interviews,” Published Proceedings of the Big Data in the Humanities workshop.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2013). “Bringing Stories to Life: Using New Media to Disseminate and Critically Engage with Oral History Interviews,” Oral History 41, 1, 98-107.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2013). “Not Just Another Interviewee: Befriending a Holocaust Survivor”. Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice, Anna Sheftel et Stacey Zembrzycki, eds. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Books Monographs and Edited Collections

ATTARIAN, Hourig. (2012). Blossoming Roots: Youth collecting life stories. Montreal: HayDoun Publishers.

BRAMMER, Frauke. (2012). Special edition of Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien: The Politics of the Canadian Environment 32.2. Guest editor (with Simon J. Kiss and Tim D. Kremser).

CHAMBERS, Cynthia M. Erika Hasebe-Ludt, Carl Leggo, and Anita Sinner. (2012). A Heart of Wisdom: Life Writing as Empathetic Inquiry. New York: Peter Lang.

LEGGO, C. (2012). Sailing in a concrete boat: A teacher’s journey. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

PERCHARD, Andrew. (2012). Aluminiumville: Government, Global Business and the Scottish Highlands. Lancaster: Carnegie House.

SONNTAG, Emmanuelle, Paul Rombough et Bronwen Low. (2012). Des histoires de vie de Montréalais déplacés par la guerre, le génocide ou autres violations des droits de la personne. Trousse pédagogique pour le secondaire, 2ème cycle. Montreal.

WEISSMAN, Eric. (2012). Dignity in Exile: Stories of Struggle and Hope from a Modern American Shanty Town. Exile Edition.

Theses and Dissertations

FOISY, Catherine. (2012). Humanities PhD, “Des Québécois aux frontière : dialogues et affrontements culturels aux dimensions du monde. Récits missionnaires d’Asie, d’Afrique et d’Amérique latine (1945-1980).

HOGAN, Mel. (2012). PhD Communications. Crashing the Archive: A Research-Creation Intervention into the SAW Video Mediatheque.

REID, Natasha. (2012). PhD Art Education. “The Contemporary Identities of Art Museum Educators as Told Through Their Life Histories.”

REID, Natasha. (2012). PhD Art Education. “The Contemporary Identities of Art Museum Educators as Told Through Their Life Histories.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

ATTARIAN, Hourig. (2012). Stories fluttering in the wind: How clotheslines write our lives. In R. Molestane & C. Mitchell (Eds.) Was it something I wore? Dress, identity, materiality (pp. 41-56). Cape Town: HSRC Press.

BLOOD, N., Chambers, C.M., Donald, D., Hasebe-Ludt, E., & Big Head, R. (2012). Aoksisowaato’op: Place and story as organic curriculum. In N. Ng-A-Fook, & J. Rottman (Eds.), Reconsidering Canadian curriculum studies: Provoking historical, present, and future perspectives (pp. 47–82). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

BRAMMER, Frauke. (2012). ‘Editorial.’ In: Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien 32.2. (with Simon J. Kiss and Tim Kremser): 3-6.

COHEN FOURNIER, Sara. (2012). “Sharing and Unsharing Memories. Life Stories of Jews from Muslim-Arab Countries: Fear, Anger and Discontent within a Silenced Displacement”, Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History, Journal de la Fondation CDEC, numéro 4.

COHEN, Yolande et Martin MESSIKA. (2012). “Sharing and Unsharing Memories of Jews of Moroccan Origin in Montréal and Paris Compared”. Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History, Journal de la Fondation CDEC, numéro 4.

FOISY, Catherine. (2012). ‘‘Preparing the Quebec Church for Vatican II: Missionary Lessons from Asia, Africa, and Latin America, 1945-1962’’, Historical Studies, 78, p. 7-26.

FOSTER, Gavin. (2012). “No ‘Wild Geese’ this time? Exile and the Irish Civil War,” Journal of Irish Studies 47, 94-122.

GUBBAY-HELFER, Sharon. (2012). “Rome Among the Bishops: An Immigrant Jew Explores the Unknown Worlds of French Canada,” Canadian Jewish Studies 20, 1.

HAMILTON, William. (2012). “A Second Look at Memoryscapes: Community and Deindustrialization in a Different Kind of Industrial Town,” Ontario History.

HASEBE-LUDT, E. (2012). (Not so) simple recipes: Life writing in the mixed cosmos of Canadian language classrooms. In K. James, T. Dobson, & C. Leggo, English in Middle and Secondary Classrooms: Creative and Critical Advice from Canada’s Teacher Educators (pp. 52–57). Toronto, ON: Pearson Canada.

HIGH, Steven. (2012). “‘Une fleur dans le fleuve’: Remembering the 1994 Rwandan Genocide in Montréal,” in Audra Diptee and David V. Trotman, eds. Africa and Its Diasporas: Memory, Public History and Representations of the Past. New York: Africa World Press.

HIGH, Steven, Jessica Mills, and Stacey Zembrzycki. (2012). “Telling Our Stories/Animating Our Past: A Status Report on Oral History and New Media,” Canadian Journal of Communications 37, 3, 1-22.

JESSEE, Erin. (2012). “Conducting fieldwork in Rwanda”. Revue canadienne d’études du développement, vol. 33, numéro 2.

JORDAN, N., & Hasebe-Ludt, E. (2012). Dwelling in/on The Drive: Life writing in a mixed and mixing commons. JCT: Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 28(1), 281–297.

LEGGO, C. (2012). “Challenging hierarchy: Narrative ruminations on leadership in education.” in education, 18(1), 21pp.

MACKINNON, Richard and Lachlan MacKinnon. (2012). “Residual Radicalism: Labour Song-Poems of Industrial Decline,” Ethnologies 34, 1-2, 273-298.

MACLEOD, G. Scott. (2012). “After the War with Hannelore,” in Cynthia M. Chambers, Erika Hasebe-Ludt, Carl Leggo, and Anita Sinner, eds. Memory Work, A Heart of Wisdom: Life Writing as Empathetic Inquiry. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

PATTISON, Lindsay. (2012). “Squatters to Stewards: Finding Space, Making Place, and Ultimate Parks, Inc,” Sport History Review.

RAIMBAULT, Caroline. (2012). “Une muséologie de l’immatériel : Réflexions sur la mise en valeur du témoignage oral à travers l’exemple de l’exposition Quartiers disparus au Centre d’histoire de Montréal.” Master de Recherche en histoire, Université de Nantes.

RUDIN, Ronald. “Dugua vs Champlain: The Construction of Heroes in Atlantic Canada,” in Nicole Neatby and Peter Hodgins, eds., Settling and Unsettling Memories: Essays in Canadian Public History (University of Toronto Press, 2012), pp 94-131.

RUTLAND, Ted. (2012). “Activists in the Making: Urban Movements, Political Processes and the Creation of Political Subjects,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

RUTLAND, Ted. (2012). “Energizing Environmental Concern in Portland, Oregon,” In B. Miller, W. Nicholls and J.  Beaumont, eds. Spaces of Contention. Brookfield: Ashgate.

SAJNANI, Nisha. (2012). Improvisation and art-based research, Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 3 (1), 79-87

SAJNANI, Nisha. (2012). “The implicated witness: Towards a relational aesthetic in dramatherapy.” Dramatherapy: The Journal of the British Association of Dramatherapists, 34 (1), 6-21

SCHWINGHAMER, Steven. (2012). “‘Altogether Unsatisfactory’: Revisiting the Opening of the Immigration Facility at Halifax’s Pier 21.”  Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, 15, 61-74.

SINNER, Anita. (2012).  A game of dramatic hats:  A counter-narrative in teacher education. Teachers & Teaching: Theory & Practice, 18, 5, 601-613.

STIEGMAN, M. (2012) “Confessions of a Reluctant Food Activist.” In A. Choudry, J. Hanley, & E. Shragge (Eds.) Organize! Building from the Local for Global Justice (pp. 266-277). Oakland, California: PM Press.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2012). “‘We didn’t have a lot of money, but we had food’: Ukrainians and Their Depression-Era Food Memories.” In Edible Histories, Cultural Politics: Towards a Canadian Food History, eds. Franca Iacovetta, Valerie Korinek, and Marlene Epp, 131-139. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey and Steven High. (2012). “‘When I was your age’: Bearing Witness in Holocaust Education in Montreal,” Canadian Historical Review 93, 3, 408-35.

Books, Monographs and Edited Collections

LEHRER, Erica, Cynthia E. Milton, and Monica Eileen Patterson, eds. (2011). Curating Difficult Knowledge: Violent Pasts in Public Places. New York: Palgrave.

LITTLE, Edward, ed. (2011). “Oral History and Performance (Part I and II)”, alt.theatre – cultural diversity and the stage, vol. 9.1 (September 2011) and vol. 9.2.

MILLER, Liz, Michele Luchs and Gracia Dyer Jalea. (2011). Mapping Memories: Participatory Media, Place-Based Stories and Refugee Youth.

PATTERSON, Monica Eileen, et. al, eds. (2011). Anthrohistory: Unsettling Knowledge and Questioning Discipline. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

RAZLOGLOVA, Elena. (2011). The Listener’s Voice: Early Radio and the American Public. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Theses and Dissertations

ALTON, Caitlin. (2011). History MA, “Cultural Diversity in Mile End: Everyday Interactions between Hasidim and Non-Hasidim.”

COHEN, Yolande. (2011). “The Migrations of Moroccan Jews to Montreal: Memory, (Oral) History and Historical Narrative”. Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 10:2, p.245-262.

JESSEE, Erin, 2011, Humanities PhD, “Inscribed Intent: Genocidal Symbolic Violence and Social Death in the Aftermath of the Rwandan and Bosnian Genocides.”

PELLETIER, Marie. (2011). History MA “Finding Meaning in Oral History Sources through Storytelling and Religion:  Case Study of Three Cambodian Refugees.”

PATTISON, Lindsay. (2011). PhD History, “The Dynamics of the Disc’: Ultimate (Frisbee), Community & Memory, 1968-2011.

PYNE FEINBERG, Pohanna. (2011). Art History Master’s. “Making the Invisible Visible: Documenting the Creative Process: A Case Study of the Archive from the Skol-CEDA Co-Creative Collaboration.”

STIEGMAN, Martha. (2011). Interdisciplinary PhD. “In the Same Boat? Exploring Treaty Rights, Resource Privatization, Community Resistance, and Mi’kmaq / non-native Solidarity in Bear River First Nation, through Video-based Participatory Research.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

ATTARIAN, H. (2011). Narrating displacement: The pedagogy of exile. In C. Mitchell, T. Strong-Wilson, K. Pithouse & S. Allnutt  (Eds.) Memory and pedagogy (pp. 145-160). London & New York: Routledge.

ATTARIAN, H. (2011). Locating the “we” in autobiographical performance. In J. Stephenson (Ed.) Solo performance. Critical perspectives on Canadian theatre in English, volume 20. (Ric Knowles, series editor) (pp. 183-190). Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press.

BURRILL, Fred. (2011). “Engagement and Struggle: A Response to Stuart Henderson.” Active History.

HIGH, Steven. (2011). “Embodying the Story: Oral History and Performance in the Classroom,” alt.theatre: cultural diversity and the stage 9, 2.

HIGH, Steven. (2011). “Mapping Memories of Displacement: Oral History, Memoryscapes and Mobile Methodologies”, in Shelley Trower, ed. Place, Writing and Voice in Oral History. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

HURREN, W., & Hasebe-Ludt, E. (2011). Bringing curriculum down to earth: The terroir that we are. JCT: Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 27(2), 17–34. Special Issue on Sensual Curriculum: Understanding Curriculum of and Through the Senses. W. G. Gershon (Ed.).

JESSEE, Erin. (2011). “The Limits of Oral History: Ethics and Methodology amid Highly Politicized Research Settings.” Oral History Review 38, 2: 287-307.

LEGGO, C. (2011). “Detours and distractions: In love with language.” Journal of Artistic and Creative Education, 5(2), pp. 10-33.

LEGGO, C. (2011). “Living love: Confessions of a fearful teacher.” JCACS (Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies), 9(1), pp. 115-144.

LEHRER, Erica and Patterson, Monica Eileen. (2011). “Re-curating Testimony: Toward a New Pedagogy for Learning from the Past,” Anthropology News. American Anthropological Association.

PATTERSON, Monica Eileen. (2011). “Teaching Tolerance Through Objects of Hatred: The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia as Counter-Museum,” Curating Difficult Knowledge: Violent Pasts in Public Places. Erica Lehrer, Cynthia Milton, and Monica Eileen Patterson, eds. Palgrave Macmillan.

PATTERSON, Monica Eileen. (2011). “Childhood, Memory, and Gap: Reflections from an Anthrohistorian on George Perec’s W or the Memory of Childhood,Anthrohistory: Unsettling Knowledge and Questioning Discipline. Edward Murphy, et al., eds. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

POURAILLY, Pauline. (2011). Sujet vivant, objet mouvant – Le récit de vie, vers un nouveau paradigme muséal? Mémoire de maîtrise, Muséologie, Université du Québec à Montréal.

POZAS, Maria del Carmen Suescun. (2011). “El valor del analisis cultural para la historiografia de las decadas del treinta y cuarenta en Colombia: estado del arte y nuevas direcciones,” Revista de Estudios Sociales 4, 12-27.

POZAS, Maria del Carmen Suescun. (2011). « Memorias de las decadas de 1930 y 1940 en Colombia, » Revista de Estudios Socales 41, 160-66.

ROJAS, Catalina Munos and Maria del Carmen Suescun Pozas. (2011). « Otras voces, otras fuentes, » Revista de Estudios Sociales 41, 146-58.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2011). “The First French-Canadian National Parks: Kouchibouguac and Forillon in History and Memory,” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 22, 1, 161-200.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2011). “Kouchibouguac: Representations of a Park in Acadian Popular Culture,” in Claire Campbell, ed., A Century of Parks Canada (University of Calgary Press), pp 205-33.

SAJNANI, Nisha. (2011). “Coming into Presence: Discovering the Ethics and Aesthetics of Performing Oral Histories within the Montreal Life Stories Project”. alt.theatre: cultural diversity and the stage, Vol. 9.1, p. 40-49.

SAJNANI, Nisha, Warren Linds, Lisa Ndejuru, Alan Wong et autres membres du Living Histories Ensemble. (2011). “The Bridge: Toward Relational Aesthetic Inquiry in the Montreal Life Stories Project”. Canadian Theatre Review, Volume 148, numéro 1, p.18-24.

SINNER, Anita.  (2011). The visual journal as an image sphere:  Interpreting artworks with an anamorphic perspective.  Studies in Art Education, 52, 3, 183-195.

STIEGMAN, M. & Pictou, S. (2011) Resource Privatization, Treaty Rights Recognition, and Community Resistance in Maritime Canada. In Burnett, K. & Read, G. (Eds.) Aboriginal History: A Reader (pp.403-415) Oxford University Press.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2011). “‘I’ll fix you!’: Domestic Violence and Murder in a Ukrainian Working-Class Immigrant Community in Northern Ontario.” In Re-Imagining Ukrainian-Canadians: History, Politics, and Identity, eds. Rhonda Hinther and James Mochoruk, 436-464. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey, Erin Jessee, Eleanor Beattie, Audrey Bean, Mireille Landry, and Sandra Baines. (2011). “Oral History and Adult Community Education: Notes from the Field.” Oral History Review 38, 1: 120-35.

Books Monographs and Edited Collections

CHALK, Frank, Kyle Matthews, Roméo Dallaire, Carla Barquiero, and Simon Doyle. (2010). Mobilizing the Will to Intervene: Leadership to Prevent Mass Atrocities, McGill Queen’s University Press.

GREENSPAN, Henry. (2010). On Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Beyond Testimony. 2nd Edition. St. Paul: Paragon House.

HASEBE-LUDT, E., & Jordan, N. (2010). (Eds.). Special Issue on Life Writing. Transnational Curriculum Inquiry, 7(2), 1–4. http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/tci

HIGH, Steven. (2010). Occupied St. John’s: A Social History of a City at War.  Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

LORENZKOWSKI, Barbara. (2010). Sounds of Ethnicity: Listening to German North America. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

NORMAN, Julie. (2010). The Second Palestinian Intifada: Civil Resistance. New York: Routledge.

Theses and Dissertations

JALEA, Gracia. (2010). MA Communications. “Full Exposure: A participatory photography project for high school students from differing socio-economic backgrounds.”

MARTINEZ, Elssa. (2010). Maitrise. École de Service Social, UdM. “Survivre à la violence organisée : parcours et témoignage d deux femmes rwandaises. »

MILLS, Jessica. (2010). History MA. “What’s the Point? The Meaning of Place, Memory, and Community in Point Saint Charles, Quebec.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

COHEN, Yolande. (2010). « Migrations juives marocaines au Canada ou comment devient-on sépharade? », in Les communautés juives de Montréal, histoire et enjeux contemporains, sous la direction de Pierre Anctil et Ira Robinson, Montréal, Les Éditions du Septentrion, 2010.

FOISY, Catherine. (2010). « Oralité dans Le Précurseur et Missions Etrangères (1945-1962) : entre prosélytisme et visée péagogique, » Etudes d’histoire religieuse 76, 57-69.

HASEBE-LUDT, E. (2010). A love song to our pluriverse: Life writing as “motherwise” text. Transnational Curriculum Inquiry. Special Issue on Life Writing Across Knowledge Traditions, 7(2), 39–46.

HASEBE-LUDT, E., Sinner, A., Leggo, C., Pletz, J., Simoongwe, F., & Wilson, L. (2010). These tensioned places of teaching: Life writing in precarious cosmopolitan times. Creative Approaches to Research, 3(2).

HIGH, Steven. (2010). “Placing the Displaced Worker: Narrating Place in Deindustrializing Sturgeon Falls, Ontario,” in James Opp and John Walsh, eds. Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

HIGH, Steven. (2010). “Telling Stories: A Reflection on Oral History and New Media,” Oral History 38, 101-112.

JESSEE, Erin, Stacey Zembrzycki, and Steven High. (2010).  “Oral History’s ‘Deep Dark Secret’: Conceptual Challenges in the Development of the Stories Matter Database Software,” FQS: Forum Qualitative Social Research.

LEGGO, C. (2010). “Writing a life: Representation in language and image.” Transnational Curriculum Inquiry, 7(2), pp. 47-61.

LEGGO, C. (2010). “Lifewriting: A poet’s cautionary tale.” LEARNing Landscapes, 4(1), pp. 67-84.

LORENZKOWSKI, Barbara. (2010). “The Children’s War,” in Steven High, ed. Occupied St. John’s: A Social History of a City at War. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

MILLER, Liz. (2010). “Queer is in the Eye of the Newcomer: Mapping, Performance & Place Based Media,” InTensions 4.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2010). “Making Kouchibouguac: Acadians, the Creation of a National Park, and the Politics of Documentary Film during the 1970s,” Acadiensis, Vol XXXIX, no. 2, 3-22.

SHEFTEL, Anna and Stacey Zembrzycki. (2010). “Only Human: A Reflection on the Ethical and Methodological Challenges of Working with ‘Difficult’ Stories”. The Oral History Review, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 191-214.

SHEFTEL, Anna and Stacey Zembrzycki. (2010). “We Started Over Again, We Were Young”: Postwar Social Worlds of Child Holocaust Survivors in Montreal”. Revue d’histoire urbaine, Vol. XXXVIX, No. 1, p. 20-30.

SINNER, Anita.  (2010). “Arts research as a triptych installation: A framework for interpreting and rendering enquiry.” International Journal of Education through Art, 6, 2, 125-142.

SINNER, Anita.  (2010). “Digital storytelling as art practice: A case of informal learning.” Arts and Learning Research Journal, 26, 10, 1-19.

SINNER, Anita.  (2010). Negotiating Spaces: The in-betweenness of becoming a teacher.  Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 38, 1, 23-37.

SINNER, Anita. (2010). Fragments:  Spectres of a sojourning sojourner. Transnational Curriculum Inquiry: Special Issue – Life Writing Across Knowledge Traditions, 7, 2, 75-81.

STIEGMAN, M & Pictou, S. (2010) How do you say Netuklimuk in English? Learning through video in Bear River First Nation. In Choudry, A. & Kapoor, D. (Eds.) Learning from the ground up: Global perspectives on social movements and knowledge production (pp. 227-242) New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Books, Monographs and Edited Collections

HASEBE-LUDT, E., Chambers, C., & Leggo, C. (2009). Life Writing and Literary Métissage as an Ethos for Our Times. New York: Peter Lang.

HIGH, Steven. (2009). Base Colonies in the Western Hemisphere, 1940-1967. (Studies of the Americas Series). New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.

HIGH, Steven, Lisa Ndejuru, and Kristen O’hare. Guest Editors. (2009). Special Issue on “Sharing Authority”. Journal of Canadian Studies. 43, 1.

PRENDERGAST, M., Leggo, C., & Sameshima, P. (Eds.). (2009). Poetic inquiry: Vibrant voices in the social sciences. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2009). Remembering and Forgetting in Acadie: A Historian’s Journey Through Public Memory. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Theses and Dissertations

FENGER, Maija. (2009). MA History. “Banff Indian Days.”

JANSSEN, Shauna. (2009). Interdisciplinary MA. « Reclaiming the Darling Foundry: From Post-Industrial Landscape to Quartier Ephemere.”

ROUX, Jonathan. (2009). Telling Lives, Making Place: The Narratives of Three Haitian Refugees in Montreal.  Mémoire de maîtrise, Géographie, Université Concordia.

SILVA, Jessica. (2009). History MA, “Interpreting Genocide: The Graphic Novel of Rwandan-Montrealer Rupert Bazambanza.”

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

BRAMMER, Frauke. (2009). ‘A “Kanadist’s” View of Canadian History.’ German-Canadian Studies 14.2: 4.

HASEBE-LUDT, E. (2009). Writing lives, writing worlds: Literacy as autobiographical and cosmopolitan text. In P. Lewis & J. Tupper (Eds.), Challenges bequeathed: Taking up the challenges of Dwayne Huebner (pp. 25–38). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

HASEBE-LUDT, E. (2009). Who’s afraid of Virginia’s daughters? Research, writing, and relations. In S. G. Kouritzin, N. A. C. Piquemal, & R. Norman (Eds.), Qualitative research: Challenging the orthodoxies in standard academic discourse(s) (pp. 217–228). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

HIGH, Steven and David Sworn. (2009). “After the Interview: The Interpretative Challenges of Oral History Video Indexing” Digital Studies 1, online.

HIGH, Steven. (2009). “Sharing Authority in the Writing of Canadian History: The Case of Oral History.” In Michael Dawson and Christopher Dummitt, eds. Contesting Clio’s Craft: New Directions and Debates in Canadian History. New York: Brookings Institute.

MILLER, Liz. (2009). “Building Participation in the Outreach for the Documentary The Water Front,” Journal of Canadian Studies 43, 1, 59-86.

NDEJURU, Lisa. (2009). “Preface: Sharing Authority as Deep Listening and Sharing the Load” in Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 43, no. 1.

STIEGMAN, M. (2009) Fisheries Privatization versus Community-Based Management: emerging First Nation/non-First Nation Alliances in Nova Scotia. In Adkin, L. (Ed.) Environmental Conflict and Democracy in Canada (pp.69-83). Vancouver: UBC Press.

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2009). “Research creation as material thinking: Reflecting on the context of making of two doctoral students at Concordia University, Montreal.” (In association with two articles by doctoral students Danut Zbarcea and Natasha Reid.) Studies in Material Thinking (3).

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2009). “A home in the arts: From research-creation to practice – or The story of a dissertation in the making, in action – so far!” International Journal of Education and the Arts, 10(13).

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2009). “The importance of asking the ‘right’ questions: Considering issues of interpretation in art-as-research.” Working Papers in Art and Design 5: The Problem of Interpretation in Research in the Visual and Performing Arts. University of Hertfordshire, UK.

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2009). “Mariposa: The story of a work of research/creation, taking shape, taking flight.” In R. Dean and H. Smith (Eds.), Practice-led research, research-led practice in the creative arts, (pp. 166-186). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2009). “Finding home: A walk, a meditation, a memoir, a collage.” Canadian Journal of Environmental Education 13(1): 30-42.

WONG, Alan. (2009). “Conversations for the Real World: Shared Authority, Self-Reflexivity, and Process in the Oral History Interview” Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 43, no. 1.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2009). “Sharing Authority with Baba” in Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 43, no. 1.

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey and Katrina Srigley, eds. (2009). “Special Issue: Remembering Family, Analyzing Home: Oral History and the Family,” Oral History Forum 29.

Theses and Dissertations

BRAMMER, Frauke. (2008). Vive le Québec libre!’ The FLQ in a transnational perspective. Mémoire de maîtrise, Freie Universität Berlin.

HAMILTON, William. (2008). History MA, “The Miner’s Memorial of Kirkland Lake, Ontario.”

CHASE, Stanley. (2008). PhD. “Chronicles of teen participants from the Leave Out Violence (LOVE) photojournalism project.”

WILKINSON, Anna. (2008). History MA, “Oral History and Museums: A Case Study.”

Books, Monographs and Edited Collections

HIGH, Steven and David Lewis. (2007) Corporate Wasteland: The Landscape and Memory of Deindustrialization. Toronto: Between the Lines; Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

HIGH, Steven. Guest Editor. (2007). Special Issue on “The Politics and Memory of Deindustrialization in Canada”. Urban History Review. 35, 2.

HIGH, Steven. (2003). Industrial Sunset: The Making of North America’s Rust Belt, 1969-1984. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2004). L’histoire dans les rues de Québec: La célébration de Champlain et de Mgr de Laval, 1878-1908. Ste-Foy: Presses de l’Université Laval, (Translation of Founding Fathers).

RUDIN, Ronald. (2003). Founding Fathers: The Celebration of Champlain and Laval in the Streets of Quebec, 1878-1908. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Journal Articles

BRAMMER, Frauke. (2008). ‘History and Identity: The Lower Canada Rebellions of 1837/38 in 1960s Quebec Intellectual Thought.’ In: Identity through Art, Thought and the Imaginary in the Canadian Space. Brno: Masaryk University Press: 23-30.

CHAMBERS, C., & Hasebe-Ludt, E. (2008). Métissage: A research praxis. With D. Donald, W. Hurren, C. Leggo, & A. Oberg. In A. Cole & G. Knowles (Eds.), International handbook of the arts in qualitative social science research: Perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues (pp. 141–153). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.

HASEBE-LUDT, E., Chambers, C., Donald, D., Leggo, C., & Oberg, A. (2008). Embracing the world, with all our relations: Métissage as an artful braiding. In S. Springgay, R. Irwin, C. Leggo, & P. Gouzuasis (Eds.), Being with a/r/tography (pp. 58–67). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

HIGH, Steven. (2007). “The Narcissism of Small Differences: The Invention of Canadian English.” In Magda Fahrni and Paul Rutherdale, eds. Creating Postwar Canada: Community, Diversity and Dissent, 1945 – 1975. Vancouver: UBC Press.

RUDIN, Ronald. (2004) “The Champlain-De Monts Tercentenary: Voices from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Maine,” Acadiensis 33, 2 (2004), 3-26.

VAUGHAN, Kathleen. (2005). “Pieced together: Collage as an artist’s methodology for interdisciplinary research.” International Journal of Qualitative Methods IV (1).

ZEMBRZYCKI, Stacey. (2007). “‘There Were Always Men in Our House’: Gender and the Childhood Memories of Working-Class Ukrainians in Depression-Era Canada,” Labour/le Travail 60, 77-105.