After a successful Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
(CSECS) conference here in 1994, Eighteenth-Century Studies at the
University of Saskatchewan (ECS at U of S) was formed in summer
1995, becoming a Research Unit in autumn 1996. Eleven faculty members
from four departments (English, Languages & Linguistics, History,
and Political Studies) currently make up the steering
committee. From the beginning, the group has worked to encourage
interdisciplinary practice among eighteenth-century specialists
and graduate students on campus.
To accomplish this, members of ECS at U of S have developed a variety
(Psychiatry and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, University of Toronto)
After food and wine, Dr. Warner will talk about "John the Painter: an Eighteenth-Century Everyman."
4:00 pm, 101 Arts
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