Gilberto Fernandes will be speaking about his experience as a graduate student engaging in public history, in relation to his work with the PCHP and St. Christopher House, at the Public History and the University workshop, on Thursday, November 1st, at the Schulich School of Business (W132), York University.
This event is free and open to the public.
As of September 21st, 2012, the Portuguese Canadian History Project | Projeto de História Luso-Canadiana is a not-for-profit corporation under the Ontario Government with the following objects:
a) To locate and preserve historical documents pertaining to the history and experience of Portuguese-Canadians and their descendents in the care of individuals and organizations across Canada.
b) To democratize and disseminate historical knowledge thereby providing the opportunity for Canadians, especially those of Portuguese descent to reflect upon their individual and collective experience.
Read Dr. Ian Milligan’s post “DIY Public History: Cataloguing the Past with Omeka” on ActiveHistory.ca, with references to the PCHP’s website.