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J. Edward Chamberlin | Storylines: How Words Shape Our World

Sep. 27, 2023 4:00p.m.

Isabel Bader Theatre
Everyone is welcome. 

Storylines: How Words Shape Our World

Date: Sep. 27, 2023
Speaker: J. Edward Chamberlin

J. Edward Chamberlin

Photo Credit: Meg Chamberlin

Edward Chamberlin is professor emeritus at the University of Toronto and was senior research associate with the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. He has worked on sovereignty and land claims throughout Canada and around the world, and has spoken widely on literary, historical and cultural issues. He is the author of several acclaimed titles, including Horse: How the Horse Has Shaped Civilizations (2006), which was a national bestseller, and If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories? Finding Common Ground(2003), both published by Knopf Canada. He is an Officer of the Order of Canada, and now lives in Halfmoon Bay, BC.

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About Vic One Plenary

The Vic One Plenary session is a weekly guest lecture series, exposing students to different areas of investigation. The plenaries are meant to encourage open-minded discussion and ignite intellectual curiosity. Rather than an academic commitment, these sessions present another opportunity for students to gather and reflect.

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