Alex Robichaud recently completed her Masters in Museum Studies at the University of Toronto, and has a B.A. in History from Concordia University. Alex’s research focus has been on photography, feminist studies and critical curatorial frameworks/exhibition practices. Alex worked with students and curators from the Art Gallery of Ontario to co-curate the The Darkroom Project: Taloyoak, 1972-73 at the Ryerson Image Centre (2017) and published the subsequent article: Critical Issues in Exhibiting Indigenous Photography.
Myriam Gerber is a PhD student in the history department at Concordia University. Born in Germany, her research focusses on unmarked mass graves of the Holocaust in Central and Eastern Europe. Myriam’s dissertation investigates the complex layers of memory and silence surrounding an unmarked mass grave related to the former BMW forced labor camp in Allach, a sub-camp of the former concentration camp Dachau. Her research challenges meta narratives of a “mastered” past as it is represented in the context of the Gedenkstaette Dachau.expandMyriam holds a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology (University of Victoria, British Columbia) and an interdisciplinary M.A. in Visual Anthropology and Holocaust Studies (University of Victoria, British Columbia) as well as a Graduate Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Studies (University of Victoria, British Columbia). Myriam is a Research Assistant in the project “Beyond Museum Walls: New Methodologies for Public Dialogue Around Difficult History and Cultural Conflict” as well as an affiliate student at Concordia’s Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS).
Lex holds a BA in Education (UVic), an MA in Educational Technology (Concordia 2008), and has a background in instructional design for emergent learning technologies, multi-media production, and course management systems. He has created recording and media design studios, trained business and university staff in eLearning environments, developed instructional multi-media resources, workshops, and exhibitions. An avid musician, Lex moved to Montreal from Vancouver Island where he taught, performed, and worked as an audio engineer.