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Conference 2007
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Cedric May (University of Birmingham, retired)
Un homme à l’Ile de Sark

The High Commissioner for Canada, HE Mr James Wright
Innovative Excellence: Traditions and Technologies in Canada

Professor David Wall, University of Leeds, Eccles Lecture 2007,
Hunting, Shooting and Phishing: New Cybercrime challenges for CyberCanadians in the 21st Century

Dr Genevieve Tanguay, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade, Québec Government

Quebec's Research and Innovation Strategy: Staying Ahead


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Conference abstracts PDF Print E-mail
FROM BLUEBERRIES TO BLACKBERRIES:
TRADITIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES IN CANADA
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FROM BLUEBERRIES TO BLACKBERRIES:
TRADITIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES IN CANADA

BACS 32nd annual conference
St Aidan's College, University of Durham
11–13 April 2007

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ACCOMMODATION
St Aidan's is situated on Windmill Hill, about 15 minutes' walk from the City Centre, or 30 minutes' walk from the Station.
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Provisional Programme PDF Print E-mail
FROM BLUEBERRIES TO BLACKBERRIES:
TRADITIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES IN CANADA

PROGRAMME
(NB: timings may be subject to change)

WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL

10.30 Book exhibition set-up
11.30 BACS Council meeting
12.00 Registration opens
13.00 Lunch
14.00 Session A (90 mins)


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The British Association for Canadian Studies looks forward to welcoming you to its 32nd annual conference at the University of Durham. designed by Sir Basil Spence and set in its own landscaped gardens, St Aidan's College looks out over the City of Durham and its magnificent Norman Cathedral. Durham is easily reached by rail from London, and there are airports at Newcastle upon Tyne and Teesside.



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