Join us on Wednesday, March 4th for Comm Arts Speaks! Our speakers include Henry Svec and Jennifer Roberts-Smith
Entangling the archive: string figures as imaginary media
The larger research project here explores ways in which string figures have offered critical theorists, amateur anthropologists, and artists alike a means of reimagining both the meaning and function of media, from film in the early twentieth century to digital networks in the present.
Digital Oral Histories for Reconciliation (DOHR): Relational design principles for virtual learning environments in restorative pedagogy
Digitial Oral Histories for Reconciliation (DOHR) is a community-driven research project whose objective is to teach youth about the historical harms experienced by former residents of the Nova Scotia Home for Coloured Children as a way of moving towards more just relations between African Nova Scotians and non-African Nova Scotians.
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