Disclaimer / Avis de non-responsabilité

Some Black History in Canada

Posted by lamacs On February - 21 - 2019

Dr. Serdar Tunçer

Posted by lamacs On February - 8 - 2019


Serdar Tunçer holds a Ph.D. in Communications and Public Relations from the University of Istanbul. His thesis mobilizes storytelling methodology and discourse analysis of crisis communications. He is currently an Associate Researcher in Residence at the University of Ottawa’s Audiovisual Media Lab for the study of Cultures and Societies (AMLAC&S). His is working on cross-cultural narratives of Turkish immigrants and refugees in Canada. Dr. Serdar Tunçer has over 15-years of international consulting experience Communication and Marketing.

Decentering Canadian History Studies

Posted by lamacs On July - 10 - 2015

For many Canadians, the history of African-Canadians is limited to the Underground Railroad. It’s a history that some historians are working to expand upon. Boulou Ebanda de B’Béri, professor of Communication and Cultural Studies at the University of Ottawa, and co-editor of “The Promised Land: History and Historiography of the Black Experience in Chatham-Kent’s Settlements and Beyond,” joins The Agenda in the Summer to discuss his efforts to move African-Canadian history out of the margins. Watch Prof. Boulou Ebada de B’béri’s interview with Piya Chattopadhyay here.