Event Date: Jan 25 2010
Event Website: Event Webpage
Primary Contact Name: William Knight
Contact Email: email@example.com
The New Scholars in Canadian History & Environment Reading Group invites all members to participate in the January round. This month we will read through the draft introduction to Amanda Sauermann’s MA thesis on the history of dog breeding in Canada.
To find out more about the Reading Group, check out this video or visit our site at:
All graduate students are invited to join the NiCHE New Scholars Reading Group. If you want to participate in the reading group, please email Will Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org he will invite you to join our Google Group where you can download the paper. Participants can submit written comments and/or participate in a live conference call discussion. The live discussion is usually scheduled for 11 a.m. Pacific time, 12 p.m. Mountain time, and 2 p.m. eastern time on a Monday. If you want to participate in the live group discussion, please email Sean at email@example.com and he will add you to the conference list. Discussion participants can join the conference call using Skype or by telephone. We invite all New Scholars to participate in this project.
The next live Skype call is schedule for:
Monday, January 25, 2010
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