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History Talks Fall 2019

Below is the fall 2019 line-up of history talks. 

Talks are scheduled for Mondays at 3:00 PM in SS 623 (unless otherwise noted).  They are open to the public.

October 7th.  "Nothing Less Can or Should Satisfy Us": The Modern Relevance of David Lewis.

Presented by Roberta Lexier, Associate Professor, Department of General Education, Mount Royal University.

History Matters at the Central Library.  Sunday October 13th at 2 pm. Signals Intelligence and You.*

Presented by Dr. John Ferris, Professor, University of Calgary. 

(*Note the day, time and location.)

November 4th.  Holocaust Education in Germany

Presented by Melanie Carina Schmoll, Adjunct Associate Professor, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.

November 18th. Displacing Tikanga: Legal Encounters in the Courts of the Coloniser.

Presented by Shaunnagh Dorsett, Professor of Law, Faculty of LawUniversity of Technology Sydney 

December 9th. The Police Mobile Unit; A Nucleus of the Botswana Defence Force, 1963 – 1977

Presented by Bafumiki Mocheregwa, PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Calgary.