Oct. 27, 2017 The Halifax Explosion: Narratives in Space and Time, by Barbara Lounder, Keshen-Goodman Library, Halifax. As part of the series Community Stories of War and Peace, by the Network for Community-Engaged Research on War, Mount Saint Vincent University in partnership with the Halifax Public Libraries
September 2017, Walking the Debris Field of the Halifax Explosion, by Barbara Lounder, Rethinking Urban Global Justice conference, More Than Pedestrian: Psychogeography, Creative Walking and Spatial Justice panel, RC21 Conference, Leeds, UK
Robert Bean, Brian Lilley, Barbara Lounder and Mary Elizabeth Luka, “Walking the Debris Field of the Halifax Explosion”, for ICOMOS Conference (International Council on Monuments and Sites), Canadian National Committee, “Discussing Connections to Place through Conversations” public sessions, Halifax Central Library, May 25, 2017
Robert Bean and Barbara Lounder (Invited Lecturers), “Narratives in Space+Time: Walking the Debris Field”, for the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media and Design seminar, OCAD University, Toronto, March 1, 2017
Robert Bean and Barbara Lounder (Invited Lecturers), “Narratives in Space+Time: Walking the Debris Field”, for the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, York University, Toronto, February 28, 2017
Robert Bean, Brian Lilley, Barbara Lounder and Mary Elizabeth Luka, seminar entitled “Walking matters: a peripatetic experience of the Halifax Explosion”, as part of the International Feminist Digital Research Methods (Technoculture) Seminars series (2016-2017), NSCAD University. Halifax, NS, February 17, 2017. Link to the fourchettes page: http://www.thefourchettes.net/events/2017/2/17/walking-matters-a-peripatetic-experience-of-the-halifax-explosion
September 24, 2016, Walking the Debris Field: community collaborations as research creation with the Narratives in Space + Time Society, by Barbara Lounder, for Research Day, NSCAD University
Robert Bean (Invited Lecturer), “Narratives in Space and Time: Walking the Debris Field”, Ryerson University, Toronto. Graduate Program in Documentary Media. November, 2015
Robert Bean and Barbara Lounder (co-chairs), Collaborations and Co-creations as Cultural Practice, panel at UAAC (University Art Association of Canada), NSCAD University, Halifax, NS. November 5-7, 2015, with presentation by Mary Elizabeth Luka: Co-creation and collaboration in the public artwork of Narratives in Space + Time Society (NiS+TS).
Robert Bean, Brian Lilley and Mary Elizabeth Luka presented at the “Urban Encounters: Art and the Public” conference at NSCAD and Dalhousie Universities, Halifax, NS: October 10-12, 2013. Presentation title: Narratives in Space + Time Society: Hippodrome Project.