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An initiative of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University, COHDScast unveils the work of researchers and artists who engage with oral history in their practice. _____________________________________Une initiative du Centre d’histoire orale et de récits numérisés de l’Université Concordia, COHDScast dévoile le travail de chercheur.e.s et artistes qui emploient l’histoire orale dans leur pratique.Team members / Membres de l’équipe:Co-Producers / Co-productrices: Sadie Couture et Maéva ThibeaultCoordinator / Coordonnatrice: Stéphane MartellyOriginal Concept and Creator / Idée originale et créatrice: Marie-Anne Gagnon Composer / Compositeur: Jacob Lessard

Latest Episodes

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #10 - Katrina Srigley and Franca Iacovetta

Katrina Srigley is associate professor in the Department of History at Nipissing University in North Bay, Canada. Author of the award-winning monograph Breadwinning Daughters: Young Working-Women in a Depression Era City (University of Toronto, 2010), Srigley’s scholarship forefronts women’s collective and individual experiences and explores the dynamics of memory making and storytelling. Her Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)-funded research developed in partnership with Nipissing First Nation picks up the themes of storytelling and engaged practice. Franca Iacovetta is a Canadian feminist historian of women and gender, the immigrant working classes, and the Cold War in Canada and a transnational scholar of Italian women workers and radical antifascist exiles around the globe. Her accomplishments include her award-winning scholarship, her mentoring of students, and her outreach to women, working-class, and multicultural communities. An activist hist...

17 MIN2019 AUG 23
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #10 - Katrina Srigley and Franca Iacovetta

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #9 - Nally Weetaluktuk and Sara Breitkreutz

Nally Weetaluktuk is a Montreal based Inuk from Inukjuak, Nunavik. He is the Project Manager and Producer for Nipivut. He has been working within the Montreal Inuit community since getting M.Sc. in Physics. Sara Breitkreutz is a doctoral student in Social and Cultural Analysis whose research interests include theories of place and belonging in the city, anticolonial approaches to Indigenous community-based research, and the role of new digital media in shaping contemporary practices of storytelling, community-building, and self-representation. Nipivut means “our voice”, and is a radio program by and for Inuit of Montreal. It is broadcast partly in Inuktitut, and partly in English. The radio program promotes the Inuktitut language in Montreal and provides a forum for Inuit to publicly discuss community life and issues in the city. This initiative also raises the profile of Inuit among the non-Inuit community in Montreal; creating a positive outlet for cultural awareness in the city...

16 MIN2019 JUL 26
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #9 - Nally Weetaluktuk and Sara Breitkreutz

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #8 - Shahrzad Arshadi

Shahrzad Arshadi, a Montreal-based multidisciplinary artist and human rights activist, came to Canada as a political refugee on December 24, 1983. In the past two decades, Shahrzad has ventured into different fields, such as photography, film, sound and performance, enabling her to focus on issues of memory, culture and human rights. Learn more about Shahrzad's work here: http://shahrzadarshadi.com Life Stories Quilt podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/life-stories-quilt/id1453610743

16 MIN2019 MAY 24
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #8 - Shahrzad Arshadi

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #7 - naakita feldman-kiss

naakita feldman-kiss is a queer artist of mixed roots currently working between Montreal, Ottawa, and Toronto. Her practice examines intergenerational memory, liminal identities and the importance of oral tradition. feldman-kiss’s aesthetic explorations manifest in transmedia with a focus on text-based, performative, technological and social artworks. Her practice is founded in ethical frameworks of equitable exchange within a collaborative process. The artist’s works have unfolded locally and within Internet communities such as Craigslist, Reddit and Facebook. In 2016, she completed her B.F.A. at Concordia University in Intermedia. Learn more about the artist's work: https://naakitafeldmankiss.com/

15 MIN2019 MAY 10
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #7 - naakita feldman-kiss

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #6 - Leyla Neyzi

Leyla Neyzi is a Turkish academician (Anthropologist, Sociologist, and Historian), who is currently a professor at Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey. After graduating from Robert College of Istanbul, she studied anthropology at Stanford University, and earned her M.A. in Cultural Anthropology from City University of New York in 1986, and her Ph.D. in Development Sociology from Cornell University in 1991. She worked as assistant professor at Bosphorus University and as the Oral History Project Director, at Economic and Social History Foundation. She currently teaches Anthropology at Sabanchi University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Her interests are Oral history, memory studies, European and Middle Eastern ethnography, nationalism and minorities, youth and social movements. The Turkish audio clip included in this episode is from an interview with Şilan. Click here to listen to her complete interview (with English subtitles): http://ww...

17 MIN2019 APR 26
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #6 - Leyla Neyzi

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #5 - Kathleen Vaughan

Dr. Kathleen Vaughan is Co-Director and Core Member of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling and Associate Professor in the Department of Art Education at Concordia University. She is also Concordia University Research Chair in Socially Engaged Art and Public Pedagogies. Kathleen Vaughan is a visual artist, writer, scholar, and educator whose work reflects a trans-disciplinary orientation to questions of place and belonging and the theme of ‘home’. She aims to balance her love for post-industrial sites, urban forests and green spaces with critical engagement, and often uses walking and mapping as method and form. Kathleen uses textile practices, painting, drawing, photography, installation, audio and video. Her work comprises multiple approaches, studio-based, collaborative/participatory and community-based. Active within her Montreal neighbourhood of Pointe-St-Charles, Kathleen has worked with seniors and children in social housing, schools and community agencies. ...

15 MIN2019 APR 12
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #5 - Kathleen Vaughan

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #4 - Marie Lavorel

Dr Marie Lavorel est titulaire d'un doctorat en muséologie, médiation, patrimoine de l'Université du Québec à Montréal et en Sciences de l'information et de la communication de l'Université d'Avignon et des pays de Vaucluse. Ses recherches portent sur la patrimonialisation des mémoires sensibles et traumatiques, l'écriture de l'histoire contemporaine, l’histoire orale, l'art contemporain, la danse contemporaine et son exposition, l’art public et l’architecture contemporaine. Dr Lavorel est commissaire d’exposition indépendante et chargée de cours à la Maîtrise en muséologie de l’UQÀM. Elle est également chercheure postdoctorale au Centre d'histoire orale et de récits numérisés dans le cadre du projet Archives vivantes. Le projet Archives vivantes est une archive digitale d’histoires de vie qui permettra aux chercheur.e.s et aux membres de la communauté de suivre le fil des discussions, d’établir des connexions, de suivre les changements, de cartographier ...

14 MIN2019 MAR 29
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #4 - Marie Lavorel

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #3 - Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer

Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Ph.D., born in Cologne, Germany, is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Concordia University (Canada), where she teaches acting, directing, history, and dramaturgy. With a strong background in performing and directing, her research centers on the performance of extreme emotion. After a decade of independent theatre work in Berlin, she co-founded Richard Schechner's East Coast Artist in NY. She is a certified rasabox instructor, and volunteers regularly at the Bread & Puppet Theatre. In recent years she has investigated Indigenous performance and the role of the settler ally. Learn more about her work here: http://www.neuerburg-denzer.net/ Photo credit: David Ward

14 MIN2019 MAR 15
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #3 - Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #2 - Carolina Cambre

Born in Cordoba, Argentina, Carolina is an artist/writer/educator at Concordia University, Montreal in Quebec, Canada. Her current project, “Nomadic Pedagogies: Collective visuality in a school run by and for the homeless”, explores the case of School #70 Isauro Arancibia, the only known Argentine self-managed school for homeless students to complete primary education. As an unprecedented social experiment in Buenos Aires, the school has become a hive of innovation. Students, teachers and others at the school have had to organize their everyday practices by inventing a completely new way to “do school.” For more information about Carolina's work, please visit: https://concordia.academia.edu/mariacarolinacambre

16 MIN2019 FEB 22
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #2 - Carolina Cambre

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #1 - Marlene Edoyan

Marlene Edoyan is a Montreal-based documentary filmmaker and producer. Marlene is of Armenian descent and grew up in Lebanon. With a background in Media studies, Marlene started her career as a production director and an artistic director for internationally co-produced animated films and TV series for children. With a keen interest in exploring concepts related to the ‘human geography’ and the relationship between societies and spaces, Marlene has spent the last seven years creating social interest documentary films. She is currently completing a documentary film that she shot in Beirut. More information about Marlene's work: https://multi-monde.ca/en/multi-monde-production/our-team/marlene-edoyan/ Marlene's first feature-length documentary, "Figure of Armen," was shown at the COHDS Film Festival in 2016, as well as many other renowned film festivals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVk1I_TCQQ0

17 MIN2019 FEB 8
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #1 - Marlene Edoyan

Latest Episodes

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #10 - Katrina Srigley and Franca Iacovetta

Katrina Srigley is associate professor in the Department of History at Nipissing University in North Bay, Canada. Author of the award-winning monograph Breadwinning Daughters: Young Working-Women in a Depression Era City (University of Toronto, 2010), Srigley’s scholarship forefronts women’s collective and individual experiences and explores the dynamics of memory making and storytelling. Her Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)-funded research developed in partnership with Nipissing First Nation picks up the themes of storytelling and engaged practice. Franca Iacovetta is a Canadian feminist historian of women and gender, the immigrant working classes, and the Cold War in Canada and a transnational scholar of Italian women workers and radical antifascist exiles around the globe. Her accomplishments include her award-winning scholarship, her mentoring of students, and her outreach to women, working-class, and multicultural communities. An activist hist...

17 MIN2019 AUG 23
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #10 - Katrina Srigley and Franca Iacovetta

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #9 - Nally Weetaluktuk and Sara Breitkreutz

Nally Weetaluktuk is a Montreal based Inuk from Inukjuak, Nunavik. He is the Project Manager and Producer for Nipivut. He has been working within the Montreal Inuit community since getting M.Sc. in Physics. Sara Breitkreutz is a doctoral student in Social and Cultural Analysis whose research interests include theories of place and belonging in the city, anticolonial approaches to Indigenous community-based research, and the role of new digital media in shaping contemporary practices of storytelling, community-building, and self-representation. Nipivut means “our voice”, and is a radio program by and for Inuit of Montreal. It is broadcast partly in Inuktitut, and partly in English. The radio program promotes the Inuktitut language in Montreal and provides a forum for Inuit to publicly discuss community life and issues in the city. This initiative also raises the profile of Inuit among the non-Inuit community in Montreal; creating a positive outlet for cultural awareness in the city...

16 MIN2019 JUL 26
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #9 - Nally Weetaluktuk and Sara Breitkreutz

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #8 - Shahrzad Arshadi

Shahrzad Arshadi, a Montreal-based multidisciplinary artist and human rights activist, came to Canada as a political refugee on December 24, 1983. In the past two decades, Shahrzad has ventured into different fields, such as photography, film, sound and performance, enabling her to focus on issues of memory, culture and human rights. Learn more about Shahrzad's work here: http://shahrzadarshadi.com Life Stories Quilt podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/life-stories-quilt/id1453610743

16 MIN2019 MAY 24
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #8 - Shahrzad Arshadi

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #7 - naakita feldman-kiss

naakita feldman-kiss is a queer artist of mixed roots currently working between Montreal, Ottawa, and Toronto. Her practice examines intergenerational memory, liminal identities and the importance of oral tradition. feldman-kiss’s aesthetic explorations manifest in transmedia with a focus on text-based, performative, technological and social artworks. Her practice is founded in ethical frameworks of equitable exchange within a collaborative process. The artist’s works have unfolded locally and within Internet communities such as Craigslist, Reddit and Facebook. In 2016, she completed her B.F.A. at Concordia University in Intermedia. Learn more about the artist's work: https://naakitafeldmankiss.com/

15 MIN2019 MAY 10
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #7 - naakita feldman-kiss

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #6 - Leyla Neyzi

Leyla Neyzi is a Turkish academician (Anthropologist, Sociologist, and Historian), who is currently a professor at Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey. After graduating from Robert College of Istanbul, she studied anthropology at Stanford University, and earned her M.A. in Cultural Anthropology from City University of New York in 1986, and her Ph.D. in Development Sociology from Cornell University in 1991. She worked as assistant professor at Bosphorus University and as the Oral History Project Director, at Economic and Social History Foundation. She currently teaches Anthropology at Sabanchi University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Her interests are Oral history, memory studies, European and Middle Eastern ethnography, nationalism and minorities, youth and social movements. The Turkish audio clip included in this episode is from an interview with Şilan. Click here to listen to her complete interview (with English subtitles): http://ww...

17 MIN2019 APR 26
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #6 - Leyla Neyzi

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #5 - Kathleen Vaughan

Dr. Kathleen Vaughan is Co-Director and Core Member of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling and Associate Professor in the Department of Art Education at Concordia University. She is also Concordia University Research Chair in Socially Engaged Art and Public Pedagogies. Kathleen Vaughan is a visual artist, writer, scholar, and educator whose work reflects a trans-disciplinary orientation to questions of place and belonging and the theme of ‘home’. She aims to balance her love for post-industrial sites, urban forests and green spaces with critical engagement, and often uses walking and mapping as method and form. Kathleen uses textile practices, painting, drawing, photography, installation, audio and video. Her work comprises multiple approaches, studio-based, collaborative/participatory and community-based. Active within her Montreal neighbourhood of Pointe-St-Charles, Kathleen has worked with seniors and children in social housing, schools and community agencies. ...

15 MIN2019 APR 12
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #5 - Kathleen Vaughan

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #4 - Marie Lavorel

Dr Marie Lavorel est titulaire d'un doctorat en muséologie, médiation, patrimoine de l'Université du Québec à Montréal et en Sciences de l'information et de la communication de l'Université d'Avignon et des pays de Vaucluse. Ses recherches portent sur la patrimonialisation des mémoires sensibles et traumatiques, l'écriture de l'histoire contemporaine, l’histoire orale, l'art contemporain, la danse contemporaine et son exposition, l’art public et l’architecture contemporaine. Dr Lavorel est commissaire d’exposition indépendante et chargée de cours à la Maîtrise en muséologie de l’UQÀM. Elle est également chercheure postdoctorale au Centre d'histoire orale et de récits numérisés dans le cadre du projet Archives vivantes. Le projet Archives vivantes est une archive digitale d’histoires de vie qui permettra aux chercheur.e.s et aux membres de la communauté de suivre le fil des discussions, d’établir des connexions, de suivre les changements, de cartographier ...

14 MIN2019 MAR 29
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #4 - Marie Lavorel

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #3 - Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer

Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Ph.D., born in Cologne, Germany, is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Concordia University (Canada), where she teaches acting, directing, history, and dramaturgy. With a strong background in performing and directing, her research centers on the performance of extreme emotion. After a decade of independent theatre work in Berlin, she co-founded Richard Schechner's East Coast Artist in NY. She is a certified rasabox instructor, and volunteers regularly at the Bread & Puppet Theatre. In recent years she has investigated Indigenous performance and the role of the settler ally. Learn more about her work here: http://www.neuerburg-denzer.net/ Photo credit: David Ward

14 MIN2019 MAR 15
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #3 - Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #2 - Carolina Cambre

Born in Cordoba, Argentina, Carolina is an artist/writer/educator at Concordia University, Montreal in Quebec, Canada. Her current project, “Nomadic Pedagogies: Collective visuality in a school run by and for the homeless”, explores the case of School #70 Isauro Arancibia, the only known Argentine self-managed school for homeless students to complete primary education. As an unprecedented social experiment in Buenos Aires, the school has become a hive of innovation. Students, teachers and others at the school have had to organize their everyday practices by inventing a completely new way to “do school.” For more information about Carolina's work, please visit: https://concordia.academia.edu/mariacarolinacambre

16 MIN2019 FEB 22
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #2 - Carolina Cambre

COHDScast Season #2 Episode #1 - Marlene Edoyan

Marlene Edoyan is a Montreal-based documentary filmmaker and producer. Marlene is of Armenian descent and grew up in Lebanon. With a background in Media studies, Marlene started her career as a production director and an artistic director for internationally co-produced animated films and TV series for children. With a keen interest in exploring concepts related to the ‘human geography’ and the relationship between societies and spaces, Marlene has spent the last seven years creating social interest documentary films. She is currently completing a documentary film that she shot in Beirut. More information about Marlene's work: https://multi-monde.ca/en/multi-monde-production/our-team/marlene-edoyan/ Marlene's first feature-length documentary, "Figure of Armen," was shown at the COHDS Film Festival in 2016, as well as many other renowned film festivals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVk1I_TCQQ0

17 MIN2019 FEB 8
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COHDScast Season #2 Episode #1 - Marlene Edoyan
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