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2nd generation french Canadian settler with Palestinian roots

Guillaume Jabbour

Guillaume Jabbour’s master’s research involves sound walking as a means of building intergenerational bridges and community. As a community sound artist and musician, he creates moments that bring people together to celebrate the beauty and power of sound. Guillaume’s research is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Fonds de recherche du Québec and Concordia ACT lab’s Aging in Data project and was made possible thanks to support from the Center for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS), Laurentian Regional High School, The Avoca Community Centre, and 4Korners. Guillaume was selected as a finalist in the SSHRC Storytellers challenge in 2024. 

Participant in the following FMS projects

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MA Media Studies, Concordia University (2024)
BA in Early Childhood and Elementary Education with Distinction, Concordia University (2006)



Canadian Communications Association, Montreal, QC (2024)

Science Writers and Communicators of Canada, Saskatoon, SK (2024)

Nostagain Research-Creation Symposium, Montreal, QC (2024)

COHDS Emerging Scholars Symposium, Montreal, QC (2023)