In this short interview Mark Humphries discusses some of the exciting research activities currently undertaken by students and staff of LCMSDS, including our publication and archival initiatives. He also speaks about a large-scale project that will see the mass digitization of pension files from Canadian veterans of the First World War, as well as his personal and professional relationship with mentor and friend Terry Copp.
This interview marks the first in a series of public outreach videos that will explore the expansive, diverse and important research plans of LCMSDS moving forward in both the short and long-term. We recently launched a new YouTube channel to host our videos, which you can access by clicking here.
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