All are welcome to the first meeting of the year of the Ottawa Historical Association. The first meeting will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 7pm, at the Royal Oak at the Pretoria Bridge. The featured talk is entitled “‘Nos Glorieuses’: 100 Years of Women’s Hockey in Québec,” by Lynda Baril. The talk will be in English, followed by a bi-lingual discussion.
Contact Nicole Marion (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
This weeks weekly pub night will be happening at 8pm @ Patty’s Pub on Bank St. just south of Sunnyside! While you’re there, please give the three new “Ashton” beers a try! They are made just 45 minutes away in Ashton, ON by the owners of Patty’s and Quinn’s!
I won’t be in attendance this week due to a tournament in London, but have a great time and let me know how it goes!
This Friday, the Department will welcome Keith Oatley (Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto) to deliver the inaugural Shannon Lecture of 2011, entitled “Emotions in Literary History, and the History of Emotions.” The talk is the first in this year’s series, which explores the theme of “Past Feeling: History and the Emotions.”
Dr. Oatley’s talk will take place at 1.30 in 303 Paterson Hall, and will be followed by a reception in the History Lounge. All are welcome to attend!
For more information about Dr. Oatley’s lecture and the Series, visit: http://www2.carleton.ca/shannonlectureseries/.
Want to discuss your research in fun and informal setting? Want to hear about what our peers are researching at Ottawa U? We are pleased to announce the Carleton University – University of Ottawa Graduate Students in History Roundtable! The event will take place on Thursday, September 15, 2011 from 1:30 to 4:00pm in the History Lounge, 4th floor of Patterson.
From Will Knight:
Each student will have 5 minutes to briefly introduce themselves and their research project. A coffee break at 2:45 will be followed by a question/discussion period after which we will adjourn to Mike’s for further socializing.
1:30 pm: Welcome/Introduction
1:45 pm: Research briefs
2:45 pm: Coffee break
3:00 pm: Question/Discussion period
Our Welcome Back BBQ will take place on Wednesday, September 8th following the departmental orientation in the morning. An email will be sent out shortly.
See you there!