Upcoming Events

2019 Spring Program

“Please, Don’t Drink and Drive: Labatt’s Campaign to Hold Drinking Drivers Accountable in the Age of Neoliberalism”

Date: Thursday, April 18, 2018

Time: 7 PM

Place: Ottawa Public Library Main Branch (Metcalfe and Laurier)

Dr. Matthew Bellamy is one of Carleton University’s outstanding teachers. In 2005 he was named in  Maclean’s Magazine as one of Canada’s most popular professors. In 2015 Maclean’s also called Matthew’s class “The Canadian Brewing Industry” one of Canada’s ‘cool courses’. In 2009 he was a finalist in  TVO’s BIG IDEAS Best Lecturer Competition.

Professor Bellamy teaches in the History Deparment and is the foremost authority on the history of brewing in Canada. His publications on the subject are legion.

“Hard Travel: Voyageurs and Fur Traders in 18th Century Canada” with Richard Van Loon of Carleton University

Date: May 16, 2019

Time: 7 PM

Place: Ottawa Public Library Main Branch (Metcalfe and Laurier)

2019 Fall Program

October 3, 2019: “A Tradition of Journeys to Hell and Back: 2000 years of divine and human journeys to hell from the middle east, Greece and Rome in the period before Christ” with Ray Clarke of the University of Ottawa

November 2019: “Science in the Cinema” with Larry Kardish

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