Thesis Title: The Promise of Circularity in Husserl's Phenomenological Investigations ALL ARE WELCOME
The History Department’s Rural History Roundtable Winter 2018 Speaker Series presents WHO MARRIED WHOM? MIXED MARRIAGES, RELIGION, AND SOCIAL MOBILITY IN ONTARIO (1870-1910) by Fabio Faria Mendes, Professor of History at Federal University of Vicosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil and Kris Inwood, Professor of Economic History University of Guelph and Director of the Historical Data Research Unit
The History department’s Rural History Roundtable Speakers Series Presents, “Tribute, Crisis, and the Resistance of “the Hungry who Feed Us” in the Peruvian Andes of 1780-1820” Speaker Dr. David Klassen & Rural History Roundtable, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Guelph, specializing in indigenous political mobilizations.
The History department’s Rural History Roundtable Speakers Series Presents, FRUITLEGGERS, FRUIT POLICE, AND BLACK MARKET ORCHARD FRUIT IN BRITISH COLOMBIA, 1950-75. Jan Hadlaw, Associate Professor in the School of Art, Media, Performance, and Design at York University, Toronto, and Ben Bradley, author of British Columbia by the Road (UBC Press, 2017)
The History Department’s Rural History Roundtable Speakers Series Presents, WHAT TO DO WITH THE LEFTOVERS? A POSTSCRIPT TO CONSUMERS IN THE BUSH Doug McCalla, University Professor Emeritus, formerly Canada Research Chair in Rural History, University of Guelph.