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Prof. Tom Sherman to speak at Trent's First Undergraduate Canadian Studies Conference

Trent University is pleased to welcome Tom Sherman, associate professor in the Department of Art Media Studies at Syracuse University, to discuss "Artists' Behaviour in the First Decade" as part of Trent's First Undergraduate Canadian Studies Conference: Producing Canada: Nation(s) in a New Light.

Prof. Sherman, a technology theorist, artist and author, will speak on Saturday, March 6 at 4 p.m. at the Traill College Lecture Hall at the northeast corner of Reid and London Streets. An exhibit will take place from 3 - 6 p.m. Prof. Sherman is author of Before and After the I-Bomb: An Artist in the Information Environment.

This presentation is made possible by the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies, the Trent University Canadian Studies Program and the Centre for the Study of Theory, Culture and Politics.

All are welcome to attend the lecture and exhibit as part of Producing Canada: Nation(s) in a New Light. The conference runs from March 5 - 7 at Catharine Parr Traill College, Trent University. Itinerary, presenter lists and registration information for the conference is available at

Portage, the Canadian Studies Undergraduate Association at Trent University, is hosting the conference, which will be moderated by Trent University students. The conference is intended to provide undergraduate students with an opportunity to present research to their colleagues in a forum often occupied by post-undergrads.

Posted March 3, 2004

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