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A lecture on recovering the traditional view of the sky of the Gwich’in First Nation people.

Tales of an Assyriologist in the Canadian Arctic

A guest lecture by Dr. Wayne Horowitz (PhD), Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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A guest lecture by Dr. Wayne Horowitz (PhD), professor of Assyriology, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Tuesday, Sept. 10
4:30 pm
STM 140
Reception afterwards at the Museum of Antiquities

Dr. Wayne Horowitz (PhD)
Dr. Wayne Horowitz (PhD)

Free and open to the public

Professor Horowitz will speak on recovering the traditional view of the sky of the Gwich’in First Nation people. In his talk, he will share what he has learned, as a student of the world of the Bible and Ancient Near East, in northernmost Canada.

Sponsored by the Department of Religion and Culture at St. Thomas More College; the Museum of Antiquities; and the Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Program at the College of Arts and Science.

Info: chrynkow@stmcollege.ca


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