This past May, fellow doctoral student Kirsten Greer and I travelled from Kingston, Ontario, to the eastern shores of Canada. We were both appreciative of the chance to attend the Canadian History and Environment Summer School in St. Andrew's by the Sea, New Brunswick, but also took the opportunity to explore further afield. By way of a rather bumpy video recording we documented our fieldwork, from St. John to Musquash to Halifax, in a short piece called Archival Intimacies: New Encounters in Atlantic Canada. I welcomed the occasion to set aside my writing tools and pick up the video
camera.

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