The Wilson Institute is pleased to introduce a new series: The Wilson Institute’s Brown Bag Workshops. These workshops provide students and faculty members a very light and casual setting where they can present work-in-progress – thesis/dissertation/book chapters, articles, or conference papers – for a first round of comments and feedback.
Our first participant is Hayley Goodchild, a doctoral candidate in the department of history at McMaster University. She will be presenting a paper titled “Mammoth Cheese, Mammoth Dreams: What a 7,300 Pound Cheddar can tell us about Contemporary Rural Development.”
Please join us on September 29 from 12-1pm! Don’t forget your lunches!
Date(s) - September 29, 2016
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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