Kitchener Public Library "Ideas & Issues" Lecture Series
This popular noon-hour lecture series, now in its 40th year, focuses on current affairs and topics from the world of political and social science, history and the arts. Speakers from the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University give informal lectures at Kitchener Public Library's newly renovated main branch on Queen Street.
KPL Central Library
85 Queen Street
Kitchener, ON 519.743.0271
Wednesdays from 12 - 1 p.m., September 2014 - March 2015.
Who Can Attend?
Everyone is invited to attend these free public lectures!
Wednesday, January 14
Wednesday, December 3
Carol Sing with a Global Twist: Lecture and Song
Brew Ha!: The History of Beer in Waterloo Region
Sally Heath, Instructor, North American Studies, Laurier
Mad Dogs and Englishmen: Murderers, Misfits & Madmen in Victorian Britain
Dr. Amy Milne-Smith, Assistant Professor, History, Laurier
Disclosure and Privacy in the Digital Age: Risks and Benefits
Amanda Nosko, Centre for Teaching Innovation and Excellence, Laurier
Forget Chasing the Expert: How Collaboration Among Organizations can Solve Complex Problems (If You Do It Right)
Dr. Felix Munger, Community Psychology, Laurier
My Dad is at the Front: Ontario's Children and the Great War
Dr. Cynthia Comacchio, Professor, Canadian Social History, Laurier