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Thursday Speaker Series 2017-2018

Speaker Series Woman’s Panel
Together We Rise: A Century’s Quest for Female Empowerment, 1890-1990

Sandria Green-Stewart
“A Few Good Women Workers”: Caregivers in Colonial Jamaica, 1890-1910
Ateeka Khan
“Marriage, Legitimacy, and the Decline of Imperial Authority in Twentieth-Century BritishGuiana”
Chelsea Barranger
“Should Canucks Wed English Gals?”: Canadian Attitudes toward British War Brides 1944-1946
Vanessa Lovisa
“We can do it Better!” Female Empowerment and Cultural Retention within the Società Femminile Friulana, 1938-1990

Thursday, 22 March
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m


Dr. Megan Armstrong
” The Holy Land, the Reformation and the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, 1517-1700″
Thursday, 8 March
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m

Michael Rowan
“A Justifiable Mistake?” Mirabel, Expropriation and the Fight for Quebec, 1968-1975
Thursday, 15 February
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m

Dr. John Coleman
How Not to Survive a Bear Attack: History and Species Boundaries
Thursday, 1 February
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m

Mica Jorgenson, Department of History
Undercover Underground: Environmental History and a Man of Mystery on Ontario’s 1920s Mining Frontier
Thursday, 18 January
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m

Dr. Dersim Barwair, Department of French, PhD.
Displaced Communities and Questions of Territory and Identity in Kurdish Literature of French expression
Thursday, 9 November
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m

Dr. Stephen Heathorn, Department of History
“A very English mess: some historical perspective on Brexit”
Thursday, 19 October 2017
Chester New Hall 607B ~ 2:30 p.m.