Catherine Ellis, of Ryerson University in Toronto, is coming to Oxford Brookes University in the UK to speak on Wednesday 25 April. Catherine is an internationally-recognised historian of modern youth history and twentieth century governance and politics:
She will be talking to staff and students at Oxford Brookes on the theme '"Deprived, Disturbed, and Delinquent"? Studies of Young People in Britain, c.1945-1970'.
The seminar will take place at 5.30pm, on OBU's Headington Campus, in the Tonge Building's Room 620. Refreshments, including wine, will be provided.
You can access directions to, and download a map of, OBU's Headington Campus here:
Dr Glen O'Hara
Department of History, Philosophy and Religion
Oxford Brookes University
Gipsy Lane Campus
OX3 0BP Email: email@example.com
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