Exhibits

Active History’s exhibits section is intended as a platform to display a series of small exhibits featuring objects from various museum and archival collections across Canada. Each exhibit will be organized around a central theme, that historians, curators, museum professionals and archivists will contribute to in order to draw out the provenance of each object displayed, as well as its role in larger histories of material culture in Canada.

Found in Collection: Mining Community Museum Collections to Inform Historical Understanding. October 2017.

Virtual Histories of Disability and Assistive Devices: An Active History Preview of “Envisioning Technologies” in Collaboration with Carleton University’s Disabilities Research Group. March 2016.

Science, Technology and Gender in Canada: An ActiveHistory.ca Exhibit in Collaboration with the Canadian Science and Technology Museum, Ottawa, ON.  November 2015

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