OTTAWA, Sept. 16 /CNW Telbec/ - Cathedral Arts announced today that
Dr. Andrew Iarocci, Research Fellow at the Canadian War Museum, will be the
speaker at the opening of the 2008-2009 Cathedral Arts Dinner Lecture Series
on Monday, September 29th. His talk, Armistice 1918: Canadian Memory and the
First World War, complements the November 8th commemoration at the Cathedral
of the 90th Anniversary of the end of World War One.
In addition to several articles on military history, Dr. Iarocci has
written Canadian Forces Base Petawawa: The First Century (2005) and co-edited
Vimy Ridge: A Canadian Reassessment (2007). Shoestring Soldiers: The First
Canadian Division at War, 1914-1915 is due for release this Fall.
Others in the Series are The Honourable Ed Broadbent, P.C., C.C. on
October 20th, Democratic Development Abroad: What Canada Should & Should Not
Do, and Mary Simon, O.C., President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Canada's
national Inuit organization, on March 9, 2009, Inuit and the Canadian Arctic:
Sovereignty Begins at Home.
Dinner tickets (at $35.00 each) must be purchased from the Cathedral Arts
office at 613-567-1787 no later than Friday, September 26th. The dinner will
begin at 6:00PM in Cathedral Hall, Christ Church Cathedral, 420 Sparks Street.
For further information:
For further information: John Dennison, (613) 567-1787,