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Public Screening: National Doukhobor Heritage Village: Prayer Home 100 Years

Posted in Politics & Society
Oct 4, 2019

The Doukhobor Prayer Home at Veregin, Saskatchewan.

The beautiful complex of the National Doukhobor Heritage Village and its profound connection with Saskatchewan’s Doukhobor community are explored in this documentary film produced and directed by Dr. Veronika Makarova (PhD), a professor in the Department of Linguistics.

Friday, Oct. 4
1:30–3:30 pm
Neatby-Timlin Theatre, 241 Arts Building, 9 Campus Dr.

Free and open to the public

The film will be very briefly introduced by its producer and director. Professor Makarova conducts research on Doukhobor language, beliefs, and culture, and has multiple publications in these areas.



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