Modern Literature & Culture Research Centre & Gallery

Thursday, June 24, 4-5pm

 

After more than a year of restrictions, leisure and recreation symbolize new life. This webinar investigates the changes in sports, tourism, and leisure in the wake of the pandemic with four renowned experts:

Frederic Dimanche, Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University
Troy D. Glover, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo
Nicole Neatby, Department of History, Saint Mary's University
Laurel Walzak, RTA School of Media, Ryerson University

 

Moderated by Irene Gammel and Jason Wang.

 

More about our Pandemic Webinar series

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