On April 24, PhD candidate Alice Glaze will defend her dissertation: Women’s Networks of Family, Work, Support and Slander in Canongate, 1600-1660 The defence takes place at 9:00am in 132 MacKinnon. All welcome! Abstract .pdf is posted below.
On Tuesday, April 25, Nick Vanexan will defend his Master's Major Research Paper: Dispute Resolution in Early Medieval Ireland: Insights from Bricriu’s Feast and The Tale of Macc Da Thó’s Pig The defense takes place in 132 MacKinnon - all welcome! The abstract is attached below.
On Monday, May 8, PhD candidate Caitlin Holton will defend her dissertation: Masculine Identity in Medieval Scotland: Gender, Ethnicity, and Regionality The defence takes place in 020 MacKinnon Bldg. - all welcome! Dissertation abstract attached below.
Set up begins as early as 8:00 p.m. Event runs 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Entire lower Atrium will be occupied by show.
Set up begins at 8:00 a.m., Event runs until 4:00 p.m.
International Workshop on the Systematic Linking of Historical Records, May 11-13, 2017
To celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial and Guelph’s 190th anniversary, Guelph Museums launches a unique lecture series to reflect on our collective history and the theme of nation building. Building Canada Lectures, presented in partnership with the University of Guelph, is set for the second Wednesday of each month at 7 PM at Guelph Civic Museum. July 12, Kris Inwood presents, "Making Sense of our Nation: Using the census and historical data to explain who we are and how we live."