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Maude Barlow speaking at Trent University

May 22, 2015

Academics, activists, and artists will be gathering at Trent University in the spring of 2015 for an exploration of Canada in the new century.

Examining concerns ranging from the environment and science to Canadian art and music, from multiculturalism and diversity to social inequality and Canada's changing place in the global order, "Contesting Canada's Future" will engage scholars, thinkers, cultural producers, and activists in a three-day, multi-site and multi-format event. This interdisciplinary conference, centered at Trent and extending into venues across Peterborough, will include artist exhibitions, screenings, concerts and a host of other community and cultural events, along with panels, roundtables, and keynote speakers.

Time: 9:00 - 10:30 AM
Venue: Trent University
Location: 1600 W Bank Dr Peterborough, ON
Categories: Environment

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