Arthur is making our Twitch livestream debut on April 1st, 2021, at 8:00pm with our First Annual Fundraiser and Telethon! Over the upcoming days, we are aiming to hit our 2021 fundraising goal of $10,000.
Your money goes to: •Good paying jobs for content creators •Year-round operation •New tech for content production •The freedom to remain independent
From trentu.ca: I am an historian of print culture in early Canada. My recent book, Imprinting Britain, looks at the development of the press in Nova Scotia and Quebec during the eighteenth century. The press was both a means of sociability and a vehicle to inform and enliven other fora of interaction such as coffee houses, clubs and theatre. I also have had a career, outside of the university, in public history, museums, archives, heritage preservation and the digital humanities. I have published and lecture on all of these subjects at Trent. An ardent support of collegiate universities like Trent, I am the chair of Collegiate Way International, a global organization that promotes our unique style of scholarly, interdisciplinary communities within higher education.
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Michael Eamon, Trent professor of History and Principal at Traill College reflects on the unmatched legacy of founder Tom Henry Bull Symons who passed away in the early hours of the New Year. From Symons' work building Trent, to his famous "Symons Report", to his love of teaching, Professor Eamon relays the incredible life of this inimitable Canadian from the perspective of a friend and colleague.
Have you ever procrastinated in Bata Library long enough to take in the paintings? fallen in love with Peterborough? taken a science credit with an arts credit and felt like your brain was bending? felt that you had learned just as much outside the classroom as inside if? If so, probably have Tom Symons to thank. Listen to our show.