York Circle Lecture & Lunch Event

November 28, 2015 @ 10:45 am – 1:45 pm
Life Sciences Building, Keele campus, York University
416-736-2100, ext. 55020


Join us for the latest edition of The York Circle on Saturday, Nov. 28. Hear four of York's leading professors speak on a wide range of interesting and topical subjects. Complimentary coffee, light snacks and lunch will be provided.

Morning lectures (concurrent - choose 1A or 1B):

Structure in the near universe and its relevance to your life
Speaker: Marshall McCall, professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Faculty of Science


What is your favourite vice? Canadians and their "bad" behaviour since 1500
Speaker: Marcel Martel, professor, Department of History, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies

Afternoon lectures (concurrent - choose 2A or 2B):

As time goes by: How memory and decision making change with age
Speaker: Shayna Rosenbaum, associate professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Health, York University


Precious objects: The material culture of nineteenth-century child celebrities
Speaker: Marlis Schweitzer, associate professor, Department of Theatre, School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design

Register by visiting alumniandfriends.yorku.ca/yorkcircle/rsvp; we'll send you a reminder closer to the event date.

Visit alumniandfriends.yorku.ca/yorkcircle/nov28 for more information on each of the upcoming lectures.

Looking forward to seeing you on Nov. 28!