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Canada Days at MU, March 12-March 16, 2018
Please join our fourteenth annual celebration of Canada Days at the University of Missouri, March 12-March 16, 2018! All events except for theatrical presentations are free and open to the public.
Monday, March 12
Tuesday, March 13
Wednesday, March 14
3:30 pm, Memorial Union (Stotler Lounge): Ian Mauro (University of Winnipeg) professional development seminar on ““Seeds, Thieves, Igloos and Maps: Reflections On An Accidental Career in Academia and Filmmaking”
6:30 pm, Ragtag Cinema (Hitt Street): screening of film Qapirangjug: Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change (free admission)
Thursday, March 15
7:30 pm Wednesday through Saturday, 2:00 pm Sunday, Studio 4, McKee Gymnasium, 672 Hitt Street: MU Theatre’s production of The Drowning Girls, an award-winning play by three Canadian playwrights.
In addition, our Canadian visitors make a number of visits to University of Missouri classes. If you need more information, please contact James Endersby at email@example.com.
Canada Days at MU, March 6-10, 2017
Canada Days at MU, February 29-March 2, 2016
Canada Days at MU, February 23-26, 2015
Canada Days at MU, 2014
War of 1812 Bicentennial Symposium, February 20, 2013
Please join us for our bicentennial symposium on the War of 1812. Yes, the War of 1812 continued into 1813, and through 1815! You may remember the War of 1812 for the burning of the White House, the Battle of New Orleans, and the origin of The Star-Spangled Banner. But the War of 1812 was a critical factor in the destiny of two great countries, and it defined the future of North America. This event is free and open to the public. Please join us!
Wednesday, February 20th, 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. in Jesse Wrench Auditorium (Memorial Union South)
The War of 1812 Bicentennial Symposium is sponsored by the MU Canadian Studies Center, the National Defence Public Affairs Office (of Canada), the MU Department of History, the Canadian Consulate in Chicago, and the MU Department of Political Science.
Canada Days at MU, March 5-7, 2013
Please join our ninth annual celebration of Canada Days at the University of Missouri on March 4-7, 2013. The schedule of events will be posted here soon. Events will include lectures by Bryne Purchase (Queen's University), John Petrocik (University of Missouri), a screening of the Oscar nominated film Monsieur Lazhar, and more! All events are free and open to the public.
Did you know...
The Canadian Studies Program at the University of Missouri is a new, growing, and vibrant organization intended to promote awareness of Canada throughout the university, state, and region. A knowledge of Canada will provide students with a competitive advantage over their peers for careers in Canadian and international organizations. An understanding of Canadian culture, history and politics is particularly advantageous to Missourians, given Canada's status as our single largest international trading partner.
James Endersby, Coordinator
Last modified: 10-Mar-2018