Congratulations to co-applicants Dr Nadine Blumer and Dr Erica Lehrer for being awarded a SSHRC Connection Grant (2015-2016). It will support the research creation project, “Moving Memory: Difficult Histories in Dialogue,” curated by Dr Nadine Blumer in collaboration with Dr Hourig Attarian and artist-researcher Anique Vered.Moving Memory group shot

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Screen shot 2016-03-07 at 1.00.57 PMThe Standing on Their Shoulders video exhibit is open in the CEREV exhibition lab from Monday, March 7 to Wednesday, March 16 from 10:30-4:30 (closed Saturday and Sunday) Read the rest of this entry »

Follow this link to read FASS Blog – Profane Perambulations – A Public Humanities Experiment in the Parliamentary Precinct by Dr. Monica Eileen Patterson. Nadine Blumer, CEREV’s SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, also participated in the event.

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Nadine Blumer, CEREV’s SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, just published the article, “Going Beyond the Pillars of the Memorial Site: Berlin’s Gallery of Romani Art as ‘Counter-Monument'” in the contemporary art journal Espace, Winter 2016, pp. 36-44.


The review of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights appears in American Quarterly, Volume 67, Number 4, December 2015.

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