James Opp and William Knight, “No App for That: the Rideau Timescapes App and the Poverty (and Pleasures) of Photographs in Place”

The HGSA Study Group for Historical Theory, Method, and Practice presents:

James Opp and William Knight
“No App for That: the Rideau Timescapes App and the Poverty (and Pleasures) of Photographs in Place”

Thursday, March 15, 1pm
Paterson 433 (History Lounge)

All graduate students and faculty are welcome to join the discussion!

There is no assigned reading for this session.

James Opp is an Associate Professor in the Department of History and
Co-Director of the Carleton Centre for Public History. His work focuses on Canadian social history, public history, and visual culture.

William Knight is a PhD Candidate in the Department of History whose work focuses on Canadian environmental history and natural history museums.

The Theory Study Group is a series of workshops that aims to provide graduate students from Carleton’s History Department with a venue for debate and discussion on matters that relate to historical theory, method, and practice, broadly defined.  For more information about the Study Group, please visit our page on the HGSA website:
https://carletonhistorygraduatestudentassociation.wordpress.com/studygroup

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!
Sara Spike sspike [at] connect.carleton.ca
Emmanuel Hogg ehogg [at] connect.carleton.ca

Hope to see you there!

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