|The Fall term brings many riches, including many English department activities. Faculty and graduate students from St. Jerome’s University and uW main campus are involved in the Culture of Cities project. And they are launching two new publications. You are invited to the launch.
An urban centre for the study of culture and the city
|Book Series Launch InvitationCulture, Disease and Well-Being
When: Friday September 23rd, 2011 5-8pm
Where: The 41 Gastropub 41 King Street West, Kitchener ON N2G 1A3
In conjunction with the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts SLSA 2011 Annual Conferenceon the PHARMAKON Sept. 22-25, and the Faculty of Arts, University of Waterloo, The Culture of Cities Centre would like to cordially invite you to the book series launch at the 41 Gastropub in downtown Kitchener, ON.
Please join us for some hors d’oeuvres and the opportunity to preview and purchase our books at a special publisher’s price of $35.00
Spectacular Death Edited by Tristanne Connolly
Alan Blum – Kieran Bonner – Tristanne Connolly – Morgan Tunzelmann – Jan Plecash – Mike Follert – Marta Marin-Domine – Stephen Svenson & Cory Ruf – Elke Grenzer- Kevin Dowler – Diego Llovet – Saeed Hydaralli – Ariane Hanemaayer – Elizabeth C. Effinger – Peter McHugh
The Grey Zone in Health and Illness by Alan Blum
- academic tourism anti-princess Art beginnings BlackBerry blogging Canadian Canadian literature celebrating class prep cml cohesion colaboration collaboration completing Congress 2012 contest creative writing Croatia cyberspace dance digital media discourse analysis discussion Early Modern Studies editing essays exams exchanges exhibitions Fall finals future of english studies games gratitude holidays India International students Knowledge mobilization learning lectures media media presence memories Mennonite literature metaphor networking new term noise orientation outreach parks parties poetry public spaces quietness reading reading groups readings reception recruiting Renaissance rest RIM SAGE small presses stories talks technologies theory travel visual rhetoric walking what are you doing now? writing