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Time Travel to Brantford, 1900-1920: Telling Brantford’s Early Immigrant Stories
In this talk, Christina Han will present findings from her research “Comparative Spatial Histories of Brantford’s Early Immigrant Communities: A Deep Mapping and Digital Storytelling Project,” which investigates histories of Brantford’s Armenian, Italian, and Chinese communities from 1900-1920. She will also share how the project led to the creation of “Flashback Downtown Brantford,” a public history event created by her undergraduate students which included multiple exhibits as well as community engagement.

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Feb 15, 2023 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Christina Han
Associate Professor @Wilfrid Laurier University
CHRISTINA HAN is Associate Professor of Asian History at Laurier Brantford. A curator and digital humanist, since 2019 she has been involved in deep mapping projects on Brantford’s immigration history. She is currently serving as the President of the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre in Brantford.