Calendar

Oct
18
Thu
Education as Cognitive Imperialism to Cognitive Justice: Taking it personal @ Crowne Plaza, Junior Ballroom, Fredericton
Oct 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Marie Battiste on  Education as Cognitive Imperialism to Cognitive Justice: Taking it personal.

As part of The Canadian History of Education Association (CHEA) 20th Biennial Conference to be held in Fredericton, CHEA will be hosting a public lecture by Dr. Marie Battiste, Professor, Educational Foundations, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, entitled Education as Cognitive Imperialism to Cognitive Justice: Taking it personal. 

Dr. Battiste’s talk is part of the Dr. Ottilia Chareka Memorial Lecture in Education and Social Justice series established by the Faculty of Education, UNB.  

The lecture will take place on Thursday October 18th, 7pm to 8:30pm Crowne Plaza, Junior Ballroom. A reception will follow at the Crowne Plaza.

Nov
6
Tue
New Brunswick Underwater: The 2018 Saint John River Flood – Book launch @ Charlotte Street Arts Centre
Nov 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The St. John River Society's photo.

 Public Lecture – New Brunswick Underwater

 Join author Lisa Hrabluk and special guests from along the river for a presentation based on Lisa’s new book New Brunswick Underwater: The 2018 Saint John River Flood.
This is a public presentation and will include a discussion with Lisa and a number of special guests who experienced the flood first-hand along the Lower Saint John River.Stay after the presentation for a book signing, light refreshements and a share your experience.

An informative and thought-provoking evening of interest to river residents, emergency responders and the general public about the power of our river.

Lisa Hrabluk is an award-winning journalist who has worked for the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal and has written for Time Magazine, The Globe and Mail, CBC, and Progress Magazine. She has won a National Newspaper Award, an Atlantic Journalism Award, an Ontario News Award, and a 2015YWCA Women of Distinction Award. Lisa lives in Rothesay, NB with her husband and their daughter.