Reportagem sobre o passeio histórico do PCHP | PHLC na RTPi/OMNI TV

O magazine comunitário Canadá Contacto, co-produzido pela RTPi (Lisboa) e a OMNI TV (Toronto) fez uma reportagem sobre o passeio histórico realizado pelo Projeto de História Luso-Canadiana e a Heritage Toronto no dia 7 de junho em Toronto. Siga o link em baixo para visionar o episódio.

The weekly show Canadá Contacto, co-produced by RTP International (Lisbon) and OMNI TV (Toronto), featured the Heritage Toronto walk organized by the Portuguese Canadian History Project on June 7, 2014, in Toronto. Follow the link below to watch the episode.

Canadá Contacto, Junho 27, 2014 (minute 16)

Heritage Walk online companion and new PCHP website content

I have put together an online companion for the Heritage Toronto Walking Tour “Portuguese Toronto”, taking place on June 7 (see here for more). Participants will able to access the PCHP website through their mobile devices to look at photos related to the locations and themes discussed at each stop. There is also a summary of the script we are using for the walk, so that those interested can revisit it at a later point.

I have also pulled new photos from our archival records at the Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections and posted them in our website under the new section “Galleries“.

PCHP & Heritage Toronto walking tour, June 7

On June 7, starting at 10am, I’ll be leading a Heritage Toronto walking tour, together with my PCHP colleagues, dedicated to the history of Portuguese immigrants in the city.

START POINT: Bellevue Square Park, 5 Bellevue Ave. Meet in NE corner of park, near Augusta Ave and Denison Sq
FINISH POINT: Trinity Bellwoods Park, corner of Montrose Ave and Dundas St W
LENGTH: Approx. 2 hours

See here for more details.

After the walk we will proceed to our site at the Dundas St. West Fest (location TBA), where we will once again showcase our photo exhibit “The Portuguese in Toronto, 1953-2013”. More information to follow.

Chapter in edited volume “Identity Palimpsests” out this month

The book Identity Palimpsests: Archiving Ethnicity in the U.S. and Canada, edited by Dominique Daniel and Amalia Levi, was published this month by Litwin Press. This edited volume contains a chapter written by myself and the rest of the PCHP team (Raphael Costa, Emanuel da Silva, Susana Miranda, Anna St. Onge), titled “Archiving ‘From Below’: Preserving, Problematizing and Democratizing the Collective Memory of Portuguese Canadians – the Portuguese Canadian History Project”.

See here for the publishers description.