Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Carleton University Learning in Retirement - Fall 2016

Looking for something more intellectually stimulating than Coronation Street? Four of 13 lecture series being offered in Carleton University's Learning in Retirement series, starting right after the BIFHSGO conference, on 12 September are:

"From Longhouse to Lumber to Legislation: An Anecdotal History of Ottawa," with Phil Jenkins
"Walking Through Ottawa's History: 'Forgotten Stories' From a Radical Tour Guide," with Dr. Brian McDougall
"Keep It? Fix It? Sell It? Gift It? Toss It? Caring for Your Collections or Family Heirlooms," with Erica Claus
"The Personal Journal: A Springboard for Memoir," with Dr. Anna Rumin (workshop)

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In the session starting 31 October is:
"Who Do You Think You Are? The Basics of Genealogy," with Dr. John de Vries

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