Kimberley Moore

2013, History MA

Project Title: Subjective Listening: Methodological and Interpretative Challenges and Opportunities in Constructing an Online Oral History Database.

Kim completed her BA at the University of Winnipeg and her MA in History at Concordia University. Her MA thesis explored conceptual issues related to oral history databases. Kim's interests include (but are not limited to) all manner of storytelling, and she has recently been invested in learning more about computer and web-based technologies as modes of sharing, telling, and re-telling stories.
In 2011-2012 Kim worked as part of theMontreal Life Stories Project database building team and after its completion moved into her current role as a Digital Projects Manager, primarily overseeing matters related to the Stories Matter software. She is currently living in Winnipeg, MB, working at the University of Winnipeg as Project Coordinator of the Cultural Studies Research Group, and as a Programming Assistant at the Oral History Centre.

Her paper, is available online at http://storytelling.concordia.ca/storiesmatter/

Kim (on the right) presents the Montreal Life Stories’ Research Database at the Centre d’histoire de Montréal. March 2012.


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