Concordia University Public Scholars Blog.
“Sound matters: Musicking or music as mediation.”
“Encrypt now: Research ethics and digital security.”
“Lace up: Read, run and write.”
“Tuned in: Doing archival research in Brazil.”

Concordia University’s 2018 “Public Scholars” cohort.
“Tracing the Origins of Canada’s Cultural Diplomacy.”
“Op-eds by Concordia’s Public Scholars Open Conversations in the Community.”
“Meet Concordia’s 2018 Public Scholars.”

Finalist and Concordia University representative at ACFAS’ MT180.
“Ma thèse en 180 secondes.”
“MT180 Q&A.”

Interview for Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) in the context of a dossier on the exhibit “Revolution” (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts), which features Jazz libre and the Osstidcho.
“Charlebois et le jazz libre.”

Political History Prize (best French language article) awarded by the Political History Group of the Canadian Historical Association (CHA).
Eric Fillion, “Jazz libre: ‘musique-action’ ou la recherche d’une praxis révolutionnaire au Québec (1967-1975),” Labour / Le Travail 77 (Spring 2016): 93-120.

Interview about Jazz libre in Concordia Now on the eve of the Montreal Jazz Fest.
“Sounds of Freedom.”

Brief interventions in La contre-culture en panorama, a documentary produced following the Contre-culture: existences et persistances international conference.
La contre-culture en panorama.

Feature on Tenzier published in MusicWorks.
“History outside the Margins.”

Discussion around the filmography and soundtracks of Étienne O’Leary (via Globe sonore).
Hors Champ: Étienne O’Leary.”

Short interview prior to the launch of the Burgundy Jazz Experience! project.
“Les francophones et le jazz: en conversation avec Eric Fillion.”