Project manager required for exciting new research project!

A project manager is required for an exciting new research project! Landscapes of Injustice is a collaborative project to research and tell the history of the forced sale of Japanese Canadians' property during the Second World War. The project will bring together 33 researchers and as many as 100 students, to deliver a traveling museum exhibit, teaching materials for elementary and secondary school classes, educational websites, scholarly and popular publications, and public presentations across Canada. The project is funded by a recently awarded grant and 14 participating institutions. To see the job description - click here. For more details please email Jordan Stanger-Ross at