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Book launch: Deindustrializing Montreal

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1:00 PM, Sunday 28 Aug 2022 (2 hours)
Bâtiment 7 - La Taverne

You are invited to the McGill-Queen’s University Press book launch of “Deindustrializing Montreal: Entangled Histories of Race, Residence and Classon Sunday August 28th (1-3pm) at Batiment 7’s Les sans taverne (1900 rue Le Ber) in Pointe-Saint-Charles. Deindustrializing Montreal explores the history of the neighbourhoods of Little Burgundy and Pointe Saint-Charles, which face each other across the Lachine Canal, through the oral histories of long-term residents and archival research. The ways that industrial heritage on the canal has facilitated gentrification is explored.


Who's Attending

Jose Lopes-Cordeiro
APPI / TICCIH Portugal
Justin Bur
Doctoral candidate
Jorge Magaz-Molina
PhD candidate
University of Alcala. School of Architecture
Zhen-Hui Liu
Assistant Professor
Literacy Center for Creative Writing and Course Development, Providence University
Brooke Batterson
Graduate Student, Industrial Heritage & Archaeology
Michigan Technological University
Fred Burrill
Cape Breton University
Naveed Iqal
Ph.D. Researcher department of architecture & arts UHasselt
Hasselt University Belgium
Cristina Sucala
PhD Student
Ironbridge Interantional Institute for Cultural Heritage - University of Birmingham
Karsten Feucht
Industrial Heritage Manager
Monika Schott
Deakin University Australia
Bode Morin
Anthracite Heritage Museum
Mirna Ashraf Ali
Urban Heritage Planner at UNESCO, World Heritage Cities Programme | Urban Researcher and Architect
UNESCO| World Heritage Centre - Brandenburg University of Technology-Cottbus
Takashi Itoh
Japan ICOMOS, Japan Industrial Archaeology Society
Seana Irvine
PhD Student
Trent University
Mirhan Damir
Alexandria University, Egypt
zeineb ayed
Université de Montréal
Marion Steiner
Secretary General
TICCIH International
Èlia Casals Alsina
PhD student
Universitat de Lleida [University of Lleida]. Fac.: Geography and Sociology. Research program: Territory, heritage and culture
Michael Bianchi
PhD Student
Université de Liège
Henry Kuningas
Tallinn Urban Planning Department; Estonian Academy of Arts
Maria Isabel Alba Dorado
Associate Professor
Steven High
Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling
Ulrich Schildberg
Dipl.-Ing. (Town Planning)
Ruhr-Universität Bochum

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