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Lecture Series
Savoir Faire 2003-2004

Presented by researchers and staff of Library and Archives Canada (LAC), this series of seminars in French and English is designed to:

  • Focus on scholarly activity at LAC;
  • Describe staff initiatives in creating access to the collections of LAC; and
  • Foster exchange and interaction on topics in Canadian Studies.

These monthly sessions are open to all personnel, registered clients of Library and Archives Canada and to the general public. The seminars will be held from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. in Room 156, at 395 Wellington Street, unless otherwise indicated. Refreshments will be served beforehand beginning at 2:30 pm. Articles summarizing the seminars will appear in the Bulletin.


September 23
Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Ney: Frederick James Ney's Battle to Save the Empire - Sandy Ramos and Amy Tector, Library and Archives Canada. In English ; questions entertained in both official languages.

October 21
"You had to make do and you coped": Outpost Nursing under the Red Cross in Ontario - Jayne Elliott, Queen's University. In English.

November 25
The Camera and the Capital: Gathering a Pictorial Memoir of Ottawa's Past - Doug Fischer, Ottawa Citizen. In English.

December 16
Backcheck: A Hockey Retrospective - Sarah Hatton, Library and Archives Canada and Paul Kitchen, Society for International Hockey Research. In English.


January 20
Victims of Benevolence? : Aboriginal Children and Federal Child Welfare Policy - John Milloy, Trent University. In English.

February 17
Demography and Print: A Reflection of Black Serials in Montreal - Dorothy Williams, McGill University. In English.

March 16
Admiration or Agitation? : Canadian Perceptions of the United States in Editorial Cartoons - Adam Green, University of Ottawa. In English. Questions entertained in both official languages.

April 20
Consuming Beauty, Gender and Nation: Toward a History of Beauty Contests in the Twentieth Century - Pat Gentile, Queen's University. In English. Questions entertained in both official languages.

May 18
Who Was Where : Digitizing Canadian Directories - Tania Costanzo and Mary Bond, Library and Archives Canada, Judi McNeil, Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions. In English. Questions entertained in both official languages.

June 15
Nouvelle-France, horizons nouveaux: La genèse d'une exposition virtuelle - Lorraine Gadoury, Library and Archives Canada. In French. Questions entertained in both official languages.

For more information, please contact Nina Milner, Coordinator at 613-996-5867 or by e-mail nina.milner@lac-bac.gc.ca.