Renowned Historian/Author, Dr. Tim Cook, to Present on Armistice Centennial at Perspectives Speaker Series
On October 11, Dr. Tim Cook will discuss the centennial anniversary of World War I Armistice for the 2018 Perspectives: Canada in the World speaker series. Dr. Cook is an award-winning author, Great War Historian at the Canadian War Museum, and an instructor at Carleton University. He is also a member of the Order of Canada.
Perspectives: Canada in the World is a series of public lectures that feature internationally recognized speakers discussing issues that are important to our community and beyond. The Humanities and Social Sciences department in RDC's School of Arts and Sciences has been hosting Perspectives: Canada in the World since 2002. Past speakers have included Phil Fontaine, Margaret Atwood, Amanda Lindhout, and Michael Ondaatje, as well as many other esteemed guests.
Please join us Thursday, Oct. 11 at 7:00 pm, RDC Arts Centre Mainstage to hear Dr. Tim Cook speak about "Canada's Great War Legacy: 100 Years Since The Armistice".
Purchase tickets and learn more about Dr. Cook by visiting our Perspectives: Canada in the World speaker series webpage.