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From: 10/Oct/2019 - To: 27/May/2020

Anti-Catholic Thought in 20th Century English Canada

Anti-Catholicism helped shape what it means to be "Canadian" in the 20th century. Dr. Kevin Anderson, an Instructor at Mount Royal University and UCalgary and Author of Not Quite Us: Anti-Catholic Thought in English Canada Since 1900, explores how equating Protestantism with democracy and individualism broadly permeated ideas of national identity and continues to define Canada into the 21st century.

Audience: Adults

WhereWhenClass StatusRegistration
Central - Central Library - Level 0 - 0-04 BMO Community RoomSaturday, Nov. 2
2 - 3:30 p.m.
56 spaces availableRegister

Where: Central - Central Library - Level 0 - 0-04 BMO Community Room

When: Saturday, Nov. 2 - 2 - 3:30 p.m.

Class Status: 56 spaces available

Registration: Register