Public Lecture: Order and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Toronto

A couple of weeks ago, I gave a public lecture at the L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History titled “Order and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Toronto”. This lecture is based on my current research project on the history of urban animals and it focuses on the regulation of domestic animals in Toronto from 1834-1900. I also presented this research to the Toronto Environmental History Network last week. If you missed either of these events, I have posted audio from this lecture and my PowerPoint slide presentation below. If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comments section.

Order and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Canada – mp3 file


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