Join members of the Queer Histories of Southwestern Alberta exhibit team as they discuss oral histories and other recent additions to the Galt's Archives.
In this presentation by Jim Linville, the geography and sometimes biting social commentary of Pratchett’s Discworld is used as a traveller’s guide to some aspects of the world as imagined by those who think the earth really is flat.
Childhood is seen as a period of discovery characterized by imagination and freedom, yet children are regularly constrained by boundaries based on age, experience and geography.
Picard’s DNA Chart and Indy’s Staff of Ra: Maps to Archaeological Worlds in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Kevin McGeough will discuss how maps to ancient sites in science fiction and fantasy film and television are used to create imaginative moral geographies through which antiquity is invoked as a means of discussing the present.