Vancouver Public Library, Montalbano Family Theatre, Level 8
350 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BCV6B 6B1
Discover the nuances of how, what, where, and why we remember.
Contributors from the Peter Wall Institute's new book, Memory, will navigate how our memories of Vancouver and British Columbia will shape our shared future.
Memory is a collection of essays from a diverse group of contributors that capture different perspectives on the idea of memory in fields including molecular genetics, astrophysics and engineering, law, Indigenous oral histories, and the natural world.
This event is in partnership with the Vancouver Public Library and their current exhibition morph, which looks at telling and retelling, naming and renaming, demolishing and rebuilding, constructing and reconstructing how we see and experience the environment.
Margot Young, Editor, Peter A. Allard School of Law
Mark Turin, Editor and Contributor, Department of Anthropology: TIME, ORAL TRADITION, AND TECHNOLOGY
Alison Phinney, Contributor, School of Nursing: SELF, LOST AND FOUND
Megan Giroux, Contributor, SFU Psychology, and Daniel Bernstein, Contributor, KPU Psychology: RECONSTRUCTING THE PAST
Margot Young, Editor, Peter A. Allard School of Law, and Mark Turin, Editor, Department of Anthropology: SAVING THE FUTURE BY REMEMBERING THE PAST
This event is free and does not require registration.