Margaret Laurence and Her Times1997 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the graduation of Margaret Lawrence from United College, Winnipeg, then affiliated with the University of Manitoba. In commemoration of this event, the Institute for the Humanities, St John's College, and the Canadian Studies Programme at the University of Manitoba, in conjunction with the Faculty of Arts and Science at The University of Winnipeg, are co-hosting a conference entitled Margaret Laurence and Her Times. The conference will be held at the Delta Winnipeg, May 2-4, 1997. Scholars from across Canada and from the United States, India, and Brazil will be presenting papers representing a range of Humanities disciplines, including Canadian Literature, History, Religion and Women's Studies. In addition to the works of Laurence, we have especially invited proposals dealing with her contemporaries, and comparative work. Plans include a "Conversation about Margaret Laurence" with some who knew her at United College.
A conference to recognize the fiftieth anniversary of Margaret Laurence's graduation from United College and the University of Manitoba.
May 2-4, 1997 - The Delta Winnipeg - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Sponsored by: The University of Manitoba lnstitute for the Humanities
The University of Winnipeg Faculty of Arts and Science
with financial assistance from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
- James King, McMaster University, Author of Forthcoming Margaret Laurence: A Life
- Lyall Powers, Professo Emeritus, University of Michigan
- Helen Buss, The University of Calgary
The registration fee of $165.00 includes a reception, luncheon and banquet dinner which are plenary sessions. Registration fees will be waived for Canadian graduate students. This registration does not include meals. Proof of student status is required. Day passes will be available at $35.00 if sufficient space is available. Meals will not be included. A limited number of individual tickets for the reception and plenary session featuring James King are $20.00.
Deadline for registrations is April 15, 1997. Cancellations are subject to a 15% administration fee if made by April 15, 1997. No refunds will be made after April 15, 1997. For further information contact Dr. B. Kelcey, University of Manitoba Institute for the Humanities, 108 Isbister Bldg, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3T 2N2, Phone 204-474-9599, Fax 204-275-8281, E-Mail email@example.com.
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