Over the course of the last few months, undergraduate History students at Concordia enrolled in the “History and Memory in Gentrifying Saint-Henri” course have been thinking through the brutal processes of deindustrialization and gentrification in the St-Henri neighbourhood in Montreal. In collaboration with the À Nous la Malting Collective, a community initiative to convert the neighbourhood’s last abandoned industrial site into social housing, a working-class history museum, and local services, the students have been working on exhibit proposals, interpretative panels, and creative outputs that can help to further this project. Come and see what they’ve been working on! Register here.