Military lecture series at Guelph Civic Museum continues for a tenth year

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GUELPH, ON, October 5: Guelph Museums and Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies have announced their military lecture series line-up for the next year.

October 20 – Alex Souchen, SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellow, Drowned at Sea: Canada’s Ammunition Dumping Program, 1944-1947.

November 17 – Kandace Bogaert, SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellow, He hears the Guns Again: The post-war experiences of mental trauma among Canadian First World War Veterans

January 19 –Brittany Dunn, PhD Student, WLU , Death and Grief in the Trenches

• February 16 –Eliza Richardson, PhD Student, WLU, We’re Nothing but a Bunch of Damn Guinea Pigs: Reconstructive surgery at the Queen Victoria Hospital during the Second World War

March 23 – Matthew Wiseman, PhD Candidate, WLU, The Sputnik Myth: George Lindsey and the science of Canadian cold war air defence

Doors open for the Thursday night lectures at 6:30 pm, with lectures beginning at 7:00 pm at the Civic Museum, 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Sarah Ball | Community Relations Coordinator, Guelph Museums
Public Services, City of Guelph
T 519-836-1221 x3392
sarah.ball@guelph.ca
guelphmuseums.ca

Posted by Sarah Ball on October 5, 2016