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2014 Archives

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Date of Presentation Presenter Title of Presentation
25-Apr-2014 Kevin Whittingham
Centre for Humanities
Athabasca University
"The English Contralto Clara Butt: Popular and Critical Reception of her North American Debut Concert, New York, 1899"

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23-May-2014 Erica Neeganagwedgin [Taino]
Centre for World Indigenous Athabasca University
"Taino resurgence and reclamation: Finding my place in the blood, land and water of my people"

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20-June-2014 Hugh Notman
Centre for Social Sciences
Athabasca University
"Living on the edge: Ecology, behaviour and conservation of a Neotropical primate in Belize"

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26-Sept-2014 Melanie Forrest
Undergraduate Psychology Student,
Athabasca University
"Voluntary Simplicity: Contributions to a Sustainable Culture"

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24-Oct-2014 David Gregory
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Athabasca University
"Bawdy Songs of the Romantic Era"

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7-Nov-2014 Anita Rau Badami
Writer in Residence
Athabasca University
"Frog in the Well and Other Tales"

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Updated March 03 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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