Making Space, Making Place: A Living Room Lecture

Don’t forget that the very first Living Room Lecture of the year is happening tomorrow night at 7pm. Jess Dunkin and Angela Beking are presenting on their research, which each uniquely addresses themes of space and place. The location will be in the living room of Will and Beth at 208 General Avenue, Ottawa Ontario–just across the farm from Carleton University.

(http://maps.google.ca/mapsq=208+General+Avenue,+Ottawa,+ON+K1Z+7T8&hl=en&ll=45.382869,-75.727065&spn=0.006722,0.017402&sll=45.383268,-75.72617&sspn=0.006722,0.017402&vpsrc=0&t=m&z=16)

The schedule and further details are as follows:

Wednesday, October 5th 7pm

Theme(s): Making Space, Making Place

Presenter 1: Jess Dunkin

Title: “Making a Home Away from Home: The Politics and Practices of Inhabiting at the American Canoe Association Encampments, 1880-1910.”

Presenter 2: Angela Beking

Title: “A Sense of Place at Upper Canada Village: Past Memory, Current Conflicts”

For more information, please contact your friendly neighborhood VP Academic Beth Robertson (brobert5@connect.carleton.ca) 

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