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PUBLIC LECTURE: Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War with Tim Cook

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Tim Cook and Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War
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TIM COOK


Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War

01 December @ 7:00 pm ET
This definitive medical history of the Great War will illuminate how the carnage of  the modern battle gave birth to revolutionary life-saving innovations. It brings to light shocking revelations of the ways the brutality of combat and the necessity of agonizing battlefield decisions led to unimaginable strain for men and women of medicine who fought to save the lives of soldiers.
ATTENDANCE INFORMATION
This hybrid event will be hosted in-person and broadcasted live via Zoom.

If you would like to attend in-person, the event will take place at 232 King St N. Doors will open at 6:30pm.

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

Upcoming Events
TED BARRIS


Battle of the Atlantic: Gauntlet to Victory


11 January @ 7:00 pm ET

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KATRIN ROOTS

The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada

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PUBLIC LECTURE: Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War with Tim Cook

Members may be interested in this talk that is being broadcast in Zoom tomorrow.


Tim Cook and Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War
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FALL 2022

TIM COOK


Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War

1 December @ 7:00 pm ET
This definitive medical history of the Great War will illuminate how the carnage of  the modern battle gave birth to revolutionary life-saving innovations. It brings to light shocking revelations of the ways the brutality of combat and the necessity of agonizing battlefield decisions led to unimaginable strain for men and women of medicine who fought to save the lives of soldiers.
ATTENDANCE INFORMATION

This hybrid event will be hosted in-person and broadcasted live via Zoom.

If you would like to attend in-person, the event will take place at 232 King St N. Doors will open at 6:30pm.

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

Upcoming Events

PAUL ESAU | GUELPH CIVIC MUSEUM


The Evolution of Canadian Export Policy, 1946 – 1991


17 November @ 7:00 pm ET

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GUELPH CIVIC MUSEUM


McCrae 150 Symposium


26 November @ 10:00 am ET

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TED BARRIS


Battle of the Atlantic: Gauntlet to Victory


11 January @ 7:00 pm ET

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Presented by:
Recent Events

KATRIN ROOTS

The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada

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Waterloo, ON  N2L 3C5

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PUBLIC LECTURE: The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada with Katrin Roots

Members may be interested in this talk that is being broadcast in Zoom tomorrow.


Katrin Roots & The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada
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KATRIN ROOTS


Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada

27 October @ 7:00 pm ET
Human trafficking is an issue that has garnered significant attention in Canada and globally, following the enactment of the United Nations’ Trafficking Protocol in 2002. Expansive laws, policies and mandates against trafficking were put into place following Canada’s ratification of the Protocol. This talk will examine some of the impacts of these efforts over the past twenty years, including how trafficking has come to be defined, and its impacts on sex working, migrant and racialized communities.
ATTENDANCE INFORMATION

This hybrid event will be hosted in-person and broadcasted live via Zoom.

If you would like to attend in-person, the event will take place at 232 King St N. Doors will open at 6:30pm.

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

Upcoming Events

AMY MILNE-SMITH


Book Launch: Amy Milne-Smith Presents “Out of His Mind”


26 October @ 4:30 pm ET

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TIM COOK


Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War


1 December @ 7:00 pm ET

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TED BARRIS


Battle of the Atlantic: Gauntlet to Victory


11 January @ 7:00 pm ET

CLICK HERE for more information

Presented by:
Recent Events

TERRY COPP

The Irish Canadian Rangers in Canada and Ireland, 1914-17

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Waterloo, ON  N2L 3C5

Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada · 75 University Ave W · Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5 · Canada

PUBLIC LECTURE: The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada with Katrin Roots

Members may be interested in this talk that is being broadcast in Zoom.


Katrin Roots & The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada
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FALL 2022

KATRIN ROOTS


Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada

27 October @ 7:00 pm ET
Human trafficking is an issue that has garnered significant attention in Canada and globally, following the enactment of the United Nations’ Trafficking Protocol in 2002. Expansive laws, policies and mandates against trafficking were put into place following Canada’s ratification of the Protocol. This talk will examine some of the impacts of these efforts over the past twenty years, including how trafficking has come to be defined, and its impacts on sex working, migrant and racialized communities.
ATTENDANCE INFORMATION
This hybrid event will be hosted in-person and broadcasted live via Zoom.

If you would like to attend in-person, the event will take place at 232 King St N. Doors open at 6:30pm.

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

Upcoming Events
AMY MILNE-SMITH


Book Launch: Amy Milne-Smith Presents “Out of His Mind”


26 October @ 4:30 pm ET

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

TIM COOK


Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War


1 December @ 7:00 pm ET

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

TED BARRIS


Battle of the Atlantic: Gauntlet to Victory


11 January @ 7:00 pm ET

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

Presented by:
Recent Events

TERRY COPP

The Irish Canadian Rangers in Canada and Ireland, 1914–17

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Facebook
Website
Copyright © 2022 Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
LCSC
75 University Ave W
Waterloo, ON  N2L 3C5

Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada · 75 University Ave W · Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5 · Canada

PUBLIC LECTURE: The Irish Canadian Rangers, 1914–17 with Terry Copp

Members may be interested in this talk that is being broadcast in Zoom.  The first of these events is tomorrow.


Terry Copp & The Irish Canadian Rangers, 1914–17
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TERRY COPP


THE IRISH CANADIAN RANGERS IN CANADA AND IRELAND, 1914–17

29 September @ 7:00 pm ET
The Irish Canadian Rangers began as a Militia Regiment in 1915 after Catholic and Protestant Irish agreed to cooperate. After the battle of Second Ypres, the regiment contributed a full company to the 60th Battalion and began a campaign to persuade Sam Hughes to promise that an Irish Canadian Rangers battalion would go overseas as the 199th under its own officers. Recruiting began in 1916 and continued despite the Easter Rebellion in Dublin and the growing turmoil in Ireland. The 199th struggled to reach full strength but responded favorably to a British request to tour Ireland before joining the 5th Canadian Division.

Drawing upon research for his recent book, Montreal At War, 1914–1918, Terry Copp examines both Irish and Canadian history in this dramatic, formative period.

ATTENDANCE INFORMATION
This hybrid event will be hosted in-person and broadcasted live via Zoom.

If you would like to attend in-person, the event will take place at 232 King St N. Doors will open at 6:30pm.

For online attendance, CLICK HERE to register.

Upcoming Events
KATRIN ROOTS


The Domestication of Human Trafficking in Canada


27 October @ 7:00 pm ET

CLICK HERE for more information

TIM COOK


Lifesavers and Body Snatchers: A Medical History of the Great War


1 December @ 7:00 pm ET

CLICK HERE for more information

TED BARRIS


Battle of the Atlantic: Gauntlet to Victory


11 January @ 7:00 pm ET

CLICK HERE for more information

Presented by:
Recent Events

STACEY BARKER

To Help Win the Fight: Canadian Servicewomen of the Second World War

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Copyright © 2022 Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
LCSC
75 University Ave W
Waterloo, ON  N2L 3C5

Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada · 75 University Ave W · Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5 · Canada