About the Book
Remembering and Forgetting in Acadie: A Historian's Journey through Public Memory (University of Toronto Press, 2009) is an account of the journey of the historian, Ronald Rudin, as he spent time with individuals involved with two commemorative events, both with Acadian themes.
About the Author
Ronald Rudin is a professor of History at Concordia Univesity in Montreal. He has published six books and numerous articles that touch upon the economic, social, intellectual and cultural history of French Canada. He has long had an interest in how the public comes to understand the past, which has drawn him to study the power of commemorative events.