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The historian working alone in the public archives has a strong hold on the disciplinary imagination. But there is growing interest in collaborative approaches to research amongst historians, between historians and researchers in other disciplines, and across the university-community divide : allowing historians to work in partnership with the communities we study. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council has encouraged this shift through its partnership funding programs. This workshop will provide guidance for historians thinking about developing a partnership project.

Thursday 9 March 2023
12h00-13h30 Eastern Time

Steven High has extensive experience leading SSHRC-funded partnership projects. He led the award-winning Montreal Life Stories project (2006-2012), funded by SSHRC’s Community-Research Alliance program, which worked with Montrealers displaced by mass violence in other parts of the world, and is currently heading the transnational « Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time » Partnership Project (deindustrialization.org).

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