Trent University’s 2007 Alumni Lecture Scheduled for March 6
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fanny Dolansky Returns to Alma Mater to discuss Women, Religion, and the Welfare of the Family
Friday, March 2, 2007, Peterborough
Trent alumna Fanny Dolansky will return to her alma mater on Tuesday, March 6 to deliver the 2007 Alumni Lecture at 4 p.m. in the DNA Building at Trent University, room B110.
An associate professor of Latin literature, Roman family history, and Roman religion at Brock University, Ms. Dolansky will speak on “Women, Religion, and the Welfare of the Family”.
Ms. Dolansky graduated from Trent in 1997 with a B.A. in Classical Studies. Upon her convocation, she received the Governor General’s Silver Medal for achieving the highest overall academic standing among undergraduate students. After Trent, she went on to complete her master’s in Greek and Roman Studies at the University of Victoria and her Ph.D. in Classics at the University of Chicago.
The Alumni Lecture is presented by the Trent Alumni Association in conjunction with the Department of Ancient History and Classics. The Alumni Association began the Alumni Lecture series in 1989 as part of the University's 25th Anniversary celebrations. The lecture contributes yearly to the intellectual vitality of Trent.
For more information, please contact:
Tony Storey, director, Alumni Affairs, Trent University, (705) 748-1011 x1599