Modern Literature & Culture Research Centre & Gallery

Thursday, January 21, 4-5pm

 

Urban centres have been the heartland of battling the coronavirus-induced crisis. This webinar explores the conditions of public space and urban life amidst the second wave of COVID-19 with three experts in the field.

Panelists

Mitchell Hammond, University of Victoria, author of Epidemics and the Modern World (UTP, 2020)
Dan Horner, Ryerson University, author of Taking to the Streets: Crowds, Politics, and the Urban Experience in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Montreal (MQUP, 2020)
Leslie Kern, Mount Allison University, author of Feminist City: Claiming Space in a Man-Made World (Verso, 2020)

 

Moderated by Irene Gammel and Jason Wang.

 

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