The Gregg Centre presents the 2012 Eaton Lecture: “Beyond Remembrance” by Marc Milner – 7 November 2012

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Beyond Remembrance by J. Marc Milner
Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, 7 p.m.
Canadian Forces College
North York, Ontario

What do we make of the great wars of the 20th century when all the veterans are gone?

The inaugural Eaton Lecture, presented by The Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society at the University of New Brunswick, will challenge our concept of remembrance. The lecture will take place Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at Canadian Forces College in North York, Ontario.

Entitled Beyond Remembrance, the lecture will be delivered by Gregg Centre Director J. Marc Milner.

In this inaugural Eaton lecture, the following question is posed: What do we make of the great wars of the 20th century when all the veterans are gone? Dr. Milner argues that traditional “remembrance” of this period is not only dying out with the passing of the generations, it is too narrowly conceived to capture the real impact of this formative era in Canadian History.

UNB’s Gregg Centre is a national centre of excellence for the study of war and society. Its programs cater to graduate students, armed forces personnel, scholars, high school teachers, and students of all ages.

To reserve a seat at the Eaton Lecture, contact Tina Madore at [email protected] or 506-453-4995 by Nov. 1, 2012.

UNB wishes to thank Canadian Forces College for hosting the inaugural Eaton Lecture. The college is located at 215 Yonge Blvd., North York, Ontario. View map. Check back for parking details

The Eaton Lectures focus on military history and stewardship. They are made possible by the generous support of UNB alumnus and former Chancellor Fredrik S. Eaton and the Fredrik and Catherine Eaton Charitable Foundation. The 2012 Eaton Lecture is also supported by John K. F. Irving.

 

Information gathered from The Gregg Centre’s website.
Read more about the history of the Eaton lecture series here.

 



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