7 Nights of Historical Villainy
a successor to the ‘7 Days That Changed the World lecture Series’
The past is all around us, but it only becomes history when we apply the tools of the historical discipline to think historically. Each month a different U of S historian will deliver a public lecture that brings historical thinking to bear on a problem so that we can better understand the human condition and navigate our way into the future. The public is encouraged to ask questions and join in discussion and conversation after each talk.
Each event takes place at the Hose and Hydrant Brewing Company (612 11th street east) at 6pm.
Sept 19th - Dr. Courtnay Konshuh – Eadric Streona: Anglo-Saxon Opportunist and Viking Collaborator
Oct 17th - Dr. Ashleigh Androsoff – Lyes Beneath Main Street: Mr. Burrows' Laundry and the Exploitation of Chinese Labour at the Tunnels of Moose Jaw
Nov 21st - Dr. Keith Carlson – Joseph Trutch and Richard Moody: Canada's Pacific Coast Villains who Destroyed Indigenous Societies
Jan 16th - Dr. Sharon Wright - Fiction after Felony: The Ballads of the True Murder of Sir John de Eland, Medieval Sheriff and Justice of the Peace
Feb 27th - Dr. Erika Dyck - Pierre Trudeau’s decriminalization of abortion in 1969: an act of Feminism? Environmentalism? Or fiscal conservatism?
Mar 20th - Dr. Ketih Carlson - Saskatoon's Founder, and Canadian Villain, John Lake