Pandemic Methodologies Twitter Conference 2021 June 24-25, 2021

Published on June 11, 2021

Conference Programme/ Programme du conference

June 24-25, 2021
Schedule in Edmonton/MDT
*indicates presenter for a group.

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Thursday June 24, 2021

10:00: Jacob Steere-Williams (@steerewilliams), “Pandemic Public(s): At the Intersections of Public Health and Public History”

10:30: Esyllt Jones (@panhist), “Public Health History and Pandemic Policy-Making”

11:00: BREAK

11:30: Crystal Gail Fraser (@crystalfraser), Thinking through Indigenous Archives & the Interpretation of History in Canada”

12:00: Peter Fortna* and Sabina Trimble (@willowspringsss), “Testing Different Paths: Oral History, Ceremony, and Reimagining Histories during a Pandemic”

12:30: BREAK

1:00: Emily Kaliel (@emilykalizzle), “Compounded Isolations: Graduate School, the Pandemic, and the Social Nature of Historical Work”

1:30: Sue-Ann Benson-Haughton (@Sue49703427), “Appreciating Change: Navigating Depression and Graduate Research during COVID-19”

2:00: Margaret Ross (@maggie_ross95), “Writing and Thinking Alone: COVID-19 and the Impact of Graduate Student Isolation”

2:30:  BREAK

3:00: Hannah Facknitz* and Danielle E Lorenz (@HannahntheWolf), “Disability and (Dis)Rupture in Pandemic Learning: Crip Priorities in Research During Global Crisis”

3:30: Jacquelyne Thoni Howard (@ThoniHoward), “Using Collaborative Research and Open-Source Methods to Promote Feminist Pedagogy During a Pandemic” 

Friday June 25, 2021

10:30: Johanna Lewis* and Daniel Murchison (@JohLewis), “More with Less: Academic practice for the COVID generation”

11:00: Victoria Seta Cosby (@VictoriaSCosby), “COVID-19 Proved that Accessibility is Possible in Universities - So Why is it Going Away?”

11:30: BREAK

12:00: Erika Dyck* and Scott Napper (@erikadyckhist), “Teaching History of Disease and Vaccines during Covid”

12:30: Madeleine Mant (@maddymant), “Insulin in Isolation: Socially Distant Medical History”

1:00: Samantha Cutrara (@DrSCutrara), “‘We’re time travellers, people!’: The ghosts of wonder, administration, and audience in working with digital sources”

1:30: BREAK

2:00: Erin Spinney (@ErinSpinney), “Where Have All the Books Gone? Research and Writing Without Physical Library Access”

2:30: Thomas Littlewood (@tmlittlewood), “Advocacy during a Pandemic”

3:00: Jim Clifford and Erika Dyck (@jburnford & @erikadyckhist), “Archiving the Pandemic”

3:30: Heather Green*, Jonathan Luedee, and Glenn Iceton (@heathergreen21), “The Northern Borders Project: Digital Research and Collaboration in the COVID-era”

 

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