|Date:||Jan 10, 2019 to Mar 21, 2019|
|Time:||7:30 PM - 9:00 PM|
|Location:||Dunbar Community Centre - 4747 Dunbar St., Vancouver|
Interdisciplinary Studies and Dunbar Community Centre Association Lecture Series
Thursday, 7:30 pm–9:00 pm
January 10–March 21, 2019
The modern real estate mantra, “location, location, location,” names an idea that has long dictated where we choose to settle: as individuals, as communities, and as nations. These lectures will explore the important role our surroundings have on the way we interact with and understand the world around us.
Dunbar Community Centre
4747 Dunbar St., Vancouver
- General: $5 per lecture or $50 for the series.
- Students (with student ID): $2.50 per lecture or $25 for the series.
To register, visit the registration site, phone 604.222.6060 or visit the Dunbar Community Centre in person. Students must register by phone or in person. Advance registration recommended. Limited supply of tickets available at door.
Light refreshments provided.
All speakers are Langara College faculty members.
A volcano in the backyard affects resale value: Pompeii & Herculaneum
Camelot: a cautionary tale of unreal estate
Istanbul, not constantinople: why did constantinople get the works?
Rooms for rent: unpacking the houses of Edgar Allan Poe
From a ‘city in crisis’ to the city of light: urban transformation in nineteenth-century Paris
Utopia in the big apple: is it possible? (two novels set in NYC)
Ottoman Athens and Mussolini’s Rome: using historic monuments to promote nationalist ideologies
No better place: utopias from more to the internet
The frontier: on the edge of utopia and dystopia in the cold war
The dying of the light: geographies of Nordic noir
Community, society and the individual: where to from here?