Professor Liza Piper from the Department of History & Classics at the University of Alberta came to UBC for the Nature|History|Society fall event. Graduate students and faculty gathered for a special Q&A seminar on Dr. Piper’s new book The Industrial Transformation of Subarctic Canada. The following day, Dr. Piper delivered a research lecture on her new work on disease in the Canadian North. For those unable to attend this event, NiCHE has archived Dr. Piper’s lecture, which you can access here or listen directly below.
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