Ian Milligan on working group to brief Royal Society of Canada on archiving research

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Historical research can help us think through specific policy issues, such as school closures or workforce changes. But history also brings us something less tangible but equally valuable: insights into the experiences of everyday people.

While another History faculty member, Associate Professor Ian Milligan, prepares to brief the Royal Society of Canada on archiving research, the working group has published their insights on why we should think about archiving everyday experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic in this Globe & Mail piece. You can also read it on the Royal Society of Canada's website