MacKay Lecture Series: "Living Race in the Post-Racial Era? Mixed Race Amnesia in Canada"

MacKay Lecture Series - 2016-17

"Immigration Politics in Review," organized by Pauline Gardiner Barber and Ruben Zaiotti.

 

LECTURE I

"Living Race in the Post-Racial Era? Mixed Race Amnesia in Canada"

Dr. Minelle Mahtani
Associate Professor of Human Geography and Program in Journalism
University of Toronto - Scarborough

Category

Lectures, Seminars

Time

Location

Room 127 Goldberg Computer Science Building

Additional Information

MacKay Lecture Series

The annual MacKay Lecture Series features four lectures given by internationally renowned speakers, addressing subjects related to the liberal and performing arts. Three of the lectures revolve around a common interdisciplinary theme chosen each year by the Faculty's Research Development Committee from a selection of faculty proposals. The fourth lecture is on a broadly based historical theme, in recognition of the generous donation funding the lecture series that was given by Gladys MacKay in appreciation of the education that her husband, the Reverend Malcolm Ross MacKay, received at Dalhousie as a B.A. student in History (1927).