Daniel Ross

Historian of the city, politics, and society

WIDEN at the University of Toronto

This Thursday, March 21st I’m taking part in WIDEN (Workshops for interdiscipline exchange and novelty) at the University of Toronto. I’ll be talking about my research on the history of cycling advocacy in Montreal, alongside an engineer and a psychologist who will also be presenting their research. The idea, which I find really useful, is to find connections between our disciplines (and hopefully amuse the audience in the process).

More about the talk here:

http://www.widen.ca/2013/03/10/on-networks-march-21-2013/

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This entry was posted on March 20, 2013 by in Montreal, public history, Toronto.

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