Stories from Montreal

Ethnographic Accounts from North America's Francophone Metropolis

Stories from Montreal is a collection of undergraduate student ethnographies from the Sociology/Anthropology department at Concordia University. The goal of this student-run endeavour is to provide a forum for the dissemination of undergraduate research.

Stories from Montreal V7 2012


March 16, 2012  6pm (during the reception for our SAGSa conference entitled Connections) Concordia Hall Building (1455 de Maisonneuve W) H1120, launch of Stories from Montreal volume 7.

Stories from Montreal has been providing a space for showcasing the ethnographic field research based papers of students in our anthropology 315 classes for over a decade now. Our ANTH 315 class is a two term under-graduate course in which our students engage in ethnographic fieldwork research and learn first-hand about the relational nature of the experience.

Meriem Rebbani, Darlene Farmer, Eleonore Martin, the volunteer editors assumed an enormous task of transforming student papers into published chapters in Stories from Montreal. The volume is divided into four thematic sections. The first part engages in family issues, followed by a section on art and death, a section on identity and a final section on community. See attached the cover. Copies could be obtained at the Sociology-Anthropology Reading Lab., and through SASU.



Volume 3: Talia Weisz, Rachel James, and Isabelle Amy LeGoff

Volume 2: Tammy Saxton, Crystal Leger, and Karoline Truchon

Volume 1: Louise Gauthier, Tammy Saxton, and Chana Cohen

Copies are available for purchase in the student lab, the Concordia Bookstore, and at your local Chapters or Indigo Bookstores.

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