Moska Rokay

August 9, 2021

Moska is a doctoral student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Information. Her research focuses on community archives, memories, figurations, and identity formation/representation of refugee and diaspora communities of war and trauma in Canada. Her research interrogates archival studies and explores community archiving for refugee and diaspora communities. Her academic interests lie in the interdisciplinary crossroads of archives, critical refugee studies, critical race and ethnicity studies, global Cold War studies, and memory studies. In 2020, she was the recipient of the Association of Canadian Archivists’ New Professional Award as well as the Archivaria Gordon Dodds Student Paper Prize.

She is an External Advisory Committee Member of Library and Archives Canada’s Documentary Heritage Communities Program and has guest lectured for a number of university courses, including at the UofT Faculty of Information.