Librarians! Registration to Concordia University Library’s 20th Annual Research Forum is now open!

The Forum will take place over two days, from 1:00 – 4:30 pm, on Tuesday April 26th and Wednesday April 27th, 2022.

The event will be held online through Zoom.

Participation in this two-day event is FREE and participants will be able to register for either one or both days.

For details and registration please visit:

22 sessions scheduled, including:

  *   KEYNOTE: Racial capitalism and knowledge production in LIS: A conversation with David James Hudson, moderated by Désirée Rochat.
  *   Beyond “Ignorance” and EDI: Critiquing LIS Accounts of Islamophobia
  *   The Development of a Browse and Search Interface for Metadata About Online Literary Performance in Canada During the Pandemic Period.
  *   Truth Talking in The Library: A Thematic Investigation of Statements on Bias in Libraries and Archives
  *   Waking our Stories
  *   Contested Spaces: A Critical History of Canadian Public Libraries as Neutral Places
  *   Librarianship and Disability at the Performative Turn

View full program with abstracts:

Thank you,


Ray Fernandes
Professional Development Convener
Nova Scotia Library Association

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