SPRING 2019

Jo-Anne McArthur is an award-winning photographer, author, and educator, documenting our complex relationship with animals. Her topic was Animals in the Anthropocene. 

Adam Chapnick is an award-winning writer and commentator on Canadian foreign policy and international security affairs. He holds a PhD in history from U of T and currently serves as professor of defence studies at the Royal Military College of Canada. He spoke on Canada and The World.

Thanh Campbell took the last flight out of Saigon, Viet Nam in 1975 as one of 56 orphans fleeing the country. 

 

He was adopted by Rev. William and Maureen Campbell and became the youngest of their six children. He shared his story. 

Dr. Lee Bartel was Associate Dean of Research at U of T's Faculty of Music from 2011 - 2015 and was the Founding Director of the Music and Health Research Collaboratory (MaHRC). He spoke on How Music Can Impact Health.

Carolyn Harris' teaches history at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.

She is spoke on Royalty in the 21st Century; Traditions and Innovation.

Martin Galloway holds a BSc from Guelph, and a B.Ed and Masters in both Environmental Biology and Zoology from U of T.

 

He is a part-time Natural Sciences Instructor at York University and teaches at Seneca College.

His lecture was titled: A Microcosm for the World's Environmental Health Issues.