“Michael Petrou, the research project’s lead historian, believes In Their Own Voices will fill a gap in war historiography by highlighting the positive and negative effects on veterans and their families as they moved on with their lives.” Read full article here.
For centuries, First Nations people recounted the cultures’ histories orally. With decreasing use of traditional languages, the art of oral history is looking to film, audio and paper methods to pass the history on to younger generations. Reporter Alex Johnson asked Miriam McNab, assistant professor at the First Nations University of Canada, what prompted the change, and what the future looks like for the future of recounting First Nations history, after her panel discussion at the Reconciliation through Research Conference. For full article, click here.