Lecture Series

2017-18 Lecture Series

Updates on this year’s lecture series schedule will be posted as soon as they are available. Thank you for your patience.

Tuesday, September 26th:

The Upper Fort of Cartier & Roberval at Cap-Rouge: The First European Attempt to Colonize Canada after the Vikings
Dr. Yves Chrétien
7:30pm, McNally Theatre Auditorium, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, October 24th:

A Woman’s Economy: Shifting Traditions of Pottery Manufacture at Gaspereau Lake during the Middle and Late Woodland Periods
Cora Woolsey
7:30pm, McNally Theatre Auditorium, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, November 28th:

Angerona: Enslaved Life on a Nineteenth-Century Coffee Plantation in Cuba
Aaron Taylor
7:30pm, Burke Theatre A, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, January 23rd:

The Earth is a Vast Cemetery: The Halifax Methodist Burying Ground
Courtney Glen
7:30pm, Burke Theatre A, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, February 27th:

The Road from Halifax to Windsor: Origins and Evolutions of a Place
Colin Hicks
7:30pm, Burke Theatre A, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, March 27th:

A Material History of the Early Eighteenth-Century Fishery in Canso, NS
Adrian Morrison
7:30pm, Burke Theatre A, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, April 24th:

New Approaches to the Rock Art of the Canadian Maritimes
Bryn Tapper
7:30pm, Burke Theatre A, Saint Mary’s University

Tuesday, May 22nd:

Aboriginal Archaeology in Northwest Australia
Ben Pentz
7:30pm, Burke Theatre A, Saint Mary’s University

 

 

 

                 

 

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