Showing posts from January, 2016

Dr. John Reid, History Department, to discuss new book


Talk on Immigrants' Experience in Atlantic Canada

A group of Saint Mary's professors have just released a timely new book entitled, The Warmth of the Welcome: is Atlantic Canada a home away from home for immigrants?.  As the title suggests, this is an exploration of the many different factors which combine to determine newcomers' experience in the region as they strive to adapt and integrate with local realities.

Evie Tastsoglou and Barbara Cottrell from Sociology & Criminology and Alexandra Dobrowolsky from the Political Science Department have gathered contributions from a variety of perspectives to provide a fresh look at a complex and important topic of interest to us all.

And they will be here in the Library to discuss the book and their research, as part of our Faculty Author Series:

Wednesday, January 20 at 3 o'clock in Room LI135 (first floor)

Students, faculty and staff as well as members of the public are all welcome to attend.

New Book on Latin American Development

Dr. Claudia De Fuentes of the Saint Mary's Management Department is co-author of the recently published book, National Innovation Systems, Social Inclusion and Development: the Latin American experience.

And she will be here in the library to talk about her research and the book's findings as part of our ongoing Faculty Author Series:

Wednesday, January 13 at 3 o'clock in Room L135

Everyone (faculty, students, staff and the members of the public) is welcome to join us.

Hope to see you there!