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Events

The Working Group on Public History organises events in order to foster discussion and contact amongst practioners of Public History.

"Connecting with the Public in a Digital Age"

Sunday May 24, 2009, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.


The Public History Group of the Canadian Historical Association will host a pre-CHA annual meeting seminar on the implications of digitization for historical work in a variety of different sites of practice.

The seminar will feature brief presentations by practitioners active  in the field, but we also invite participation by members of the community of interested public history practitioners, scholars and others.  So come with your various projects and take the opportunity to share your  experiences.

The session will take place in the Underhill Reading Room (430 Paterson) at Carleton University, host of the 2009 Congress of the Humanities and  Social Sciences, from 3:30 to 5:30 on Sunday the 24th of May.

Confirmed presenters:

Gabrielle Blais, (Director-General) "The Virtual Museum of Canada"

Chris Kitson, "Public Archives of Canada - Digital Initiatives"

Steve High "Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling" Concordia
University

RSVP: We have reserved an intimate space for this seminar, but can  adjust to larger numbers if necessary. We would appreciate an indication of attendance from those interested in order to accommodate the group.  Please send a note confirming attendance to delmuise@rogers.com.

 

-Minutes of the Working Group Meeting, Vancouver CHA - May 2008

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