May 1 - 3, 2014
University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus, Winnipeg
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CONFERENCE PROGRAM (PDF, subject to changes)
Keynote Address (poster PDF)
given by Sarah Carter, University of Alberta
"The Spade Work of Empire: The Imperial Aspirations, Frustrations and Follies of British Women Farmers in Western Canada to the 1930s"
Friday, May 2, 5:30 pm in Convocation Hall, University of Winnipeg
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REGISTRATION FORM option 2 - for the keynote and dinner following ONLY
Register by April 7, 2014.
The Fort Garry Lectures is a Graduate Student History Conference organized by the graduate students of the History Departments at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg. The Fort Garry Lectures are open to graduate and senior undergraduate students from any relevant discipline.
The 2014 Fort Garry Lectures will be held at the University of Manitoba's Fort Garry Campus in Winnipeg. The keynote speakers will be Dr. Sarah Carter from the University of Alberta and Dr. Delia Gavrus from the University of Winnipeg. Sarah Carter's keynote address is titled: "The Spade Work of Empire: The Imperial Aspirations, Frustrations and Follies of British Women Farmers in Western Canada to the 1930s". taking place at 5:30 pm on Friday, May 2 in Convocation Hall, University of Winnipeg.
Past Conference Programs
(The Fort Garry Lectures was formerly known as the Keewatin Country History Graduate Student Conference)
Keewatin Country Conference Program 2013