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Location: Room M1 (On the Mezzanine Level), Appleton Tower, EH8 9LE
4:30 - 6:30
All sessions will be chaired by Dr Jimmy Kennedy (unless otherwise stated)
Spring Semester 2009 Schedule
Tuesday 3 February
Matthew Dziennik (University of Edinburgh, Department of History)
'The Highland Soldier in the British Atlantic World, 1756-1783'
Tuesday 10 February
Alan Trench (University of Edinburgh, Department of Law)
'Changing Governments, Changing Approaches to Intergovernmental Relations: The Impact of the Conservative Government in Ottawa'
Tuesday 17 February
Barbara Murison (University of Western Ontario)
'Importing the Enlightenment? Cultural cross-currents in Early Nova Scotia'
Tuesday 24 February
Sharon Selby (University of Edinburgh, Department of English Literature)
'Myth, Memory and Storytelling: The Art of Remembering in Canadian Fiction'
Tuesday 3 March
Claire Smerdon (University of Edinburgh, Centre of Canadian Studies)
'How does Children's Literature Affect Canadian Opinion Makers' Constructions of Wilderness?'
Tuesday 10 March
Darcy Leigh (University of Edinburgh, Department of Social Anthropology)
'Rethinking the Past: History, Knowledge and Indigeneity in Canada'
Tuesday 17 March
Amy Tector (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Centre for North American Studies)
'Full Re-Establishment: The Representation of Invalid Reintegration in Canadian Novels of the First World War'
Tuesday 24 March
Professor Gerard Bouchard (University of Quebec)
'Managing Ethnic Diversity in Quebec: The so-called "accommodation crises" and The Bouchard-Taylor Report.'
Tuesday, 28th April
Professor Guy Laforest (University of Quebec City)
'Thinking about Canadian Federalism in Quebec.'
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