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Renowned journalist and Brock alumnus to speak at Brock Days

Renowned journalist and Brock alumnus to speak at Brock Days

As part of Brock Days, Brock alumnus and award-winning journalist Peter Goodspeed will return to his alma mater to deliver a keynote address on Saturday, Sept. 22 as part of the Back-to-Class series of workshops, seminars and tours.

Rodman Hall’s HOT TALKS series starts Oct. 18

Rodman Hall’s HOT TALKS series starts Oct. 18

HOT TALKS returns to Rodman Hall with a new season of lectures, presentations and performances celebrating contemporary Canadian Art.

Brock labour studies profs launch two new books

Brock labour studies profs launch two new books

A couple of Brock professors associated with the Centre for Labour Studies at the University are launching two new books. One of them looks at various important labour struggles in the Niagara region

Brock conference will examine gender in ancient Mediterranean world

Brock conference will examine gender in ancient Mediterranean world

More than 100 speakers will be attending Brock University for Feminism and Classics VI, a quadrennial international conference that addresses gender roles in the ancient world, taking place May 24 to 27. . . .

Workshop will examine African Canadians’ role in War of 1812

Workshop will examine African Canadians’ role in War of 1812

A workshop at Brock this week will delve into the role of African Canadians in the War of 1812 - a topic researchers say is underrepresented in scholarly and popular literature. . . .

Conference will examine childhood, culture and the First World War

Conference will examine childhood, culture and the First World War

The upcoming multidisciplinary conference “From the Garden to the Trenches,” taking place in Niagara and Toronto from May 10 to 12, will examine issues of childhood, children’s literature and culture, and the First World War. . . .

Sankey Lecture looks at upstate New York’s historic role in reshaping Masonry

Sankey Lecture looks at upstate New York’s historic role in reshaping Masonry

American scholar Steven Bullock will be at the podium Sunday when the third annual Charles A. Sankey Lecture resumes a public discussion about the role of Freemasonry in Western history, focused on the rise and fall of the first great age of American Masonry. . . .

2012 CCOVI lecture series concludes this Wednesday

2012 CCOVI lecture series concludes this Wednesday

Don Cyr, Interim Dean, Faculty of Business at Brock, will deliver the final talk in this year’s 2012 CCOVI Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 25 at 3 p.m. in IH313. . . .

2012 Comfort and Hope conference at Brock

2012 Comfort and Hope conference at Brock

Comfort and Hope 2012: a biennial conference/retreat exploring Christian sources of comfort in suffering, June 8-10, 2012, at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario. . . .

CCOVI lectures continue this Wednesday

CCOVI lectures continue this Wednesday

The 2012 CCOVI Lecture Series continues this week with a free talk on the topic of resveratrol by Jeffrey Stuart, associate professor of Biological Sciences at Brock. . . .

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