Carleton University is hosting its annual graduate student heritage conservation symposium Heritage Intersections: People and Placemaking on Saturday April 27th. Organized by the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, the event brings together students, academics and professionals in critical discussion on heritage- and conservation-related issues and questions. To open the symposium, THA Principal Jill Taylor is honoured to give the annual Herb Stovel Memorial Lecture on Friday, April 26th at 6pm. Entitled ‘Saving the Lived Message,’ Jill will speak about her perspective on the distinguished former professor’s leadership in heritage thinking, and the legacy that he left for those in the heritage field in practice and policymaking.
For more details on Jill’s talk visit https://carleton.ca/heritage-conservation-symposium/herb-stovel-memorial-lecture/2019-2/