In his second guest lecture of the day, the IRTG Diversity's visiting professor Yves Frenette will talk about how the Canadian labour movement has been shaped by British, European and American influences.
Guests are welcome!
A native of Quebec and a graduate of Carleton and Laval University, Yves Frenette is professor and holder of the Level 1 Canada Research Chair Migrations, transferts et communautés francophones at the Université de Saint-Boniface in Manitoba. A former director of the Centre for Research on French-Canadian Culture and of the Institute of Canadian Studies at the University of Ottawa, he is also an Adjunct Professor of History at York University and at the University of Ottawa.
For more information on Yves Frenette, see http://ustboniface.ca/crc-mtcf/chercheurs
Confluences et influences: deux siècles de syndicalisme canadien
31 January 2017, 16h, Guest Lecture, Prof. Yves Frenette (U de Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg), U des Saarlandes, C 7.4, Konferenzraum im 1. OG