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Final Program for Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies Conference

The final program for the Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies conference this August 17-20 is now available! The program includes key information on our upcoming international conference, including schedules for public roundtables, regional industrial heritage tours, and a two-day academic conference.

Funded PhD scholarship at Swansea University

The Department of History, Heritage and Classics at Swansea University has just announced a fully-funded 3-year PhD fellowship for an incoming UK-based student studying deindustrialization. Click through for more information.

COHDS Inventory Series: UK Oral History Archives

We’ve just finished laying out the first of our published research reports! This one is an inventory of oral history interview archives located in the UK, put together by student affiliate James Ferns.

The DePOT podcast is now live!

We’re very pleased to announce that the first episode in our Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time podcast series, an intro to DePOT with Principal Investigator Dr. Steven High, is now live and ready for listeners.

CHAIRE

Canada Research Chair in Urban Heritage

QUOTE

Queen’s University Oral History, Technology and Ethics

CREW

Connecting Research on Work and Employment

CHART

Centre for Heritage Research and Training, Swansea University

CIH

Calgary Institute for the Humanities

RVR

Regionalverband Ruhr

FHI

Fritz-Hüser-Institut

Call for Papers – Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies and its Politics

This is the inaugural in-person conference of the “Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time (DePOT) partnership project, funded by Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. We invite you to submit a proposal for a session, paper, workshop, or research-creation outcome. Local or regional studies are welcome too as long as they engage with wider horizons/debates.

EXPANDING BOUNDARIES: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON DEINDUSTRIALIZATION

Part Two of DePOT’s roundtable series on new publications in the international field of deindustrialization studies recently took place. Among the new perspectives that emerged, Lachlan MacKinnon highlights the unique contributions that this new scholarship has made to the field.

Welcome to our new affiliates!

In the past few months we’ve welcomed 8 new affiliates to the project, who are joining us from France, the UK, Sweden, the US, and Canada.

RETHINKING DEINDUSTRIALIZATION STUDIES

Announcing DePOT’s Fall 2021 Public Program: the “Rethinking Deindustrialization Studies” roundtable series invites us to revisit our understanding of the field with four roundtable events in the fall.