This Wednesday, October 23rd, 10.30-12.00, I’m participating in a panel for graduate students at York University, Scott Library, about Publishing in Open Access.
On July 21, starting at 2 p.m., at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, I will be participating in a roundtable discussion about the history and contemporary lives of Portuguese working people in Canada, and how they intersect with contemporary art practices. Our conversation will be prompted by Teresa Ascenção‘s exhibition “Daily Bread,” currently on display at the WAHC. This event is free and open to all.
See here for more information.
We had lots of news coverage, including Laura Fraser’s story on CBC.ca – today’s editors pick – and CBC Radio, with contributions from some of our panelists.
In case you missed our roundtable discussion last night, you can watch the live recording on the Gallery of the Portuguese Pioneers’ Facebook page (apologies for the technical difficulties). The audio recording of the presentations will be made available on ActiveHistory.ca at a later date.
I have organized a York University Community Conversation on the murder of Emanuel Jaques in the summer of 1977, and the major impact it had in Toronto, particularly with Portuguese, LGBTQ, and sex worker communities. I will be one of the presenters in this public panel, alongside historians Daniel Ross and Tom Hooper, and sex worker and advocate Valerie Scott, and moderated by Maria João Dodman.
This event will take place on June 22, from 6pm to 8pm, at the Gallery of the Portuguese Pioneers (960 St. Clair Ave. West).
All are welcome!
On November 14, 2016, I gave a presentation at the Toronto Workers History Project’s general meeting where I introduced the audience to the PCHP’s mission and activities. That presentation was recorded and can be seen on Vimeo here.
No dia 14 de outubro vou fazer uma apresentação na conferência “Vivências da Democracia na Diáspora: 1974-2014″, a realizar-se na Victoria College, organizada pelo Department of Spanish & Portuguese, University of Toronto, e pela Associação de Estudos Mulher Migrante. A minha comunicação (em inglês) foca as experiências dos imigrantes portugueses em Toronto e Montreal antes, durante e após o 25 de Abril.
On October 14, I will be delivering a lecture at the conference “Vivências da Democracia na Diáspora: 1974-2014,″ taking place at Victoria College, organized by the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, University of Toronto, and the Associação de Estudos Mulher Migrante. My presentation (in English) will focus on the experiences of Portuguese immigrants in Toronto and Montreal before, during, and after the April 25th revolution.
Veja aqui o programa/ See the program here: VERSAO FINAL15 out Oct2
Aqui estão os artigos no Post-Milénio e Correio da Manhã – Canadá sobre a minha apresentação no escritório do deputado Jonah Schein sobre a história política dos emigrantes portugueses em Toronto: cmc_04mar_4
Thank you to Jonah Schein and his team for inviting me to share my research on the history of Portuguese politics in Toronto with folks in his riding, and to all those who came out on that terribly cold evening.
Also great to hear Dave Meslin’s wonderful ideas on how we can break the “fourth wall” at City Hall; I urge you to check his online exhibit – http://thefourthwall.ca/ – and endorse his campaign to reform our awfully flawed voting system.