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Abstracts related to Finding Franklin symposium

THEN/HiER's online databases have been updated with book, article and chapter abstracts related to our 2015 Annual Regional Conference, Finding Franklin: New Approaches to Teaching Canadian History, which took place in Ottawa on June 4 and 5. These include:

Catherine Baker
The Frames We Use: Narratives, Ethnicity, and the Problem of Multiple Identities in Post-Conflict Oral Histories (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

Ken Beardsall
Full Interview with Louie Kamookak, The Franklin Mystery: Life & Death in the Arctic

Margaret M. Bertulli, Lyle Dick, Peter C. Dawson, and Panik Lynn Cousins
Fort Conger: A Site of Arctic History in the 21st Century

Yolande Cohen, Martin Messika, and Sara Cohen Fournier
Memories of Departures: Stories of Jews from Muslim Lands in Montreal

Lyle Dick
Muskox Land: Ellesmere Island in the Age of Contact
On Local History and Local Historical Knowledge
People and Animals in the Arctic: Mediating between Indigenous and Western Knowledge
Red River’s Vernacular Historians
Robert Peary’s North Polar Narratives and the Making of an American Icon

Carolyn Ellis and Jerry Rawicki
Collaborative Witnessing and Sharing Authority in Conversations with Holocaust Survivors

Ari Gandsman
The Ex-Disappeared in Post-Dictatorship Argentina: The Work of Testimony and Survivors at the Margins

Henry Greenspan
Afterword to Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence
From Testimony to Recounting: Reflections from Forty Years of Listening to Holocaust Survivors

Steven High
Embodied Ways of Listening: Oral History, Genocide, and the Audio Tour
Going Beyond the ‘Juicy Quotes? Syndrome:’ Living Archives and Reciprocal Research in Oral History
Introduction to Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence
Mapping Memories of Displacement: Oral History, Memoryscapes and Mobile Methodologies
Oral History at the Crossroads: Sharing Life Stories of Survival and Displacement

Louie Kamookak
Louie Kamookak on the Franklin Find

David Keith, Jerry Arqviq, Louie Kamookak, Jackie Ameralik, and the Gjoa Haven Hunters’ and Trappers’ Organization
Inuit Qaujimaningit Nanurnut: Inuit Knowledge of Polar Bears

Michele Luchs and Elizabeth Miller
On Tour with Mapping Memories: Sharing Refugee Youth Stories in Montreal Classrooms

John S. Lutz and Barbara Neis
Introduction and Conclusion to Making and Moving Knowledge: Interdisciplinary and Community-based Research in a World on the Edge

Brooke Madden and Heather E. McGregor
Ex(er)cising Student Voice in Pedagogy for Decolonizing: Exploring Complexities Through Duoethnography

Heather E. McGregor
Curriculum Change in Nunavut: Towards Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit
Developing an Education Research Agenda in Nunavut: A Northerner’s Point of View
Inuit Education and Schools in the Eastern Arctic
Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and the Transformation of High School Education in Nunavut:  Historical and Statistical Profiles. Phase One, Phase Two, Phase Three
Listening for More (Hi)Stories from the Arctic’s Dispersed and Diverse Educational Past
North of 60: Some Methodological Considerations for Educational Historians
Nunavut’s Education Act: Education, Legislation, and Change in the Arctic
Situating Nunavut Education with Indigenous Education in Canada

Heather E. McGregor and W.P.J. Millar
The Territories in the History of Education in Canada: Where Are We Going? (and Why?)

Arthur McIvor
Economic Violence, Occupational Disability, and Death: Oral Narratives of the Impact of Asbestos-Related Diseases in Britain

Chris Patti
Sharing ‘A Big Kettle of Soup’: Compassionate Listening with a Holocaust Survivor

Marie A. Pelletier
Finding Meaning in Oral History Sources through Storytelling and Religion

Ruth Sandwell
The Great Unsolved Mysteries of Canadian History: Using a Web-based Archive to Teach History

Anna Sheftel and Stacey Zembrzycki
“Questions are More Important than Answers”: Creating Collaborative Workshop Spaces with Holocaust Survivor-Educators in Montreal

Robert Storey
Pessimism of the Intellect, Optimism of the Will: Engaging with the ‘Testimony’ of Injured Workers

Lisa Taylor, Umwali Sollange, and Marie-Jolie Rwigema
The Ethics of Learning from Rwandan Survivor Communities: Critical Reflexivity and the Politics of Knowledge Production in Genocide Education

Shelley Trower
Place, Writing, and Voice in Oral History

Peter Van Coeverden, Pamela B.Y. Wong, Christopher Harris, Markus G. Dyck, Louie Kamookak, Marie Pagès, Johan Michaux, and Peter T. Boag
Toward a Non-invasive Inuit Polar Bear Survey: Genetic Data from Polar Bear Hair Snags

Robert A. Wilson
The Role of Oral History in Surviving a Eugenic Past