Canada Community & Identity Talk: Dr. Bettina Bradbury on Women in Montreal
Date and Time
OAC Boardroom, 104 Johnson Hall
On Thursday, September 29th from 4:00-5:30pm, Dr. Bettina Bradbury of York University will give a talk: "Traces: the challenges and treats of tracking women from wife to widow in 19th century Montreal."
Dr. Bradbury's visit is one of a series sponsored by Dr. Catherine Carstairs as part of the graduate course History 6280, Canada: Community & Identity. This semester the course focuses on gender and women’s history in Canada, paying careful attention to how the writing of gender/women’s history has changed over time. Issues will include: feminist activism, biography, gender and the body, gender and consumption.
Everyone is welcome. All talks take place in the OAC Boardroom, 104 Johnson Hall.