The Columbus Centre in Toronto is looking for a "Research Assistant for Canadian Historical Recognition Program Project: Italian Canadians During World War II." The candidate MUST be able to read, write, and speak Italian.
The job description states:
The Columbus Centre’s most recent project Italian Canadians During World War II will acknowledge, commemorate, educate and increase knowledge about the internments that occurred during this period. Funded by the Canadian Citizenship and Multiculturalism Community Historical Recognition Program (CHRP), the project will focus on the collection of the personal memories of surviving internees and family members. These video histories will form a national archive, along with related print, photographic and other resources. The resulting archive will be shared with the Italian community and general public through a permanent exhibit housed at the Columbus Centre, a virtual and interactive exhibit and an online version of the archive accessible via the internet, and a publication.
The Research Assistant, reporting to the Project Director, and supervised by the Researchers/Writers will be responsible for the local-area archival and historical research relating to the project, and interviews/video recordings of oral histories.
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