Join Concordia PhD student Hugo Rueda (History), Professor Erica Lehrer (History & Sociology-Anthropology), and Queen’s University postdoc Jennifer Robinson (Visual Anthropology) as they present 3 short talks in preparation for their participation in an upcoming conference at the British Museum, “Art, Materiality and Representation”.
➞ “Materialities made testimony. Objects as a way to organize the past in the narratives of the National History Museum of Chile.” – Hugo Rueda (PhD student, Department of History/Concordia University)
➞ “Awkward Objects of Genocide: Vernacular arts and Holocaust bystander memory in Poland.” – Dr. Erica Lehrer (Associate Professor, History and Sociology-Anthropology/Concordia University) + (Director, Curating and Public Scholarship Lab).
➞ “(R)econciliation and the Pedagogy of Witnessing in Canadian Museums and Arts-based Research” – Dr. Jennifer Claire Robinson (Postdoctoral Fellow, Creative Conciliations/Queen’s University).
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