The lecture scheduled for tonight on Utopia in the Big Apple has been rescheduled to March 28, due to the weather. Thank you for your understanding and happy Valentine’s Day to you all!
The workshop scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.
We will provide details about a rescheduled session as soon as possible!
The DCC is open today, though please call ahead first to see if your class is still on, some instructors have had to cancel due to the weather. Our phone lines have been very busy this morning, so we apologize if you haven’t been able to get through right away. Stay warm and safe!
In recognition of Psychology Month in February, we are offering two free lectures. The first is entitled Striving For Perfection Versus Striving For Excellence presented by Dr. Patrick Myers & Dr. Linda Stull on Thursday, February 21, 11am-2pm.
The second one is scheduled for Saturday, February 23 and is entitled Be the Best Version of Yourself by Dr. Sara David again from 11am-2pm.
Please join us on Feb. 12th, from 6:30-8:00pm for this workshop where we will be making 100% beeswax candles!
To register: Beeswax Candle Making
DUNBAR WINTER 2019 LECTURE SERIES
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
All speakers are instructors at Langara College • Thursdays 7:30pm-9pm
$5/session, $50/all 11 sessions
Student Rate: $2.50/session, $25/all 11 sessions
The modern real estate mantra “location, location, location” names an idea that has long dictated where we choose to settle: as individuals, as communities, and as nations. These lectures will explore the important role our surroundings have on the way we interact with and understand the world around us.
Register for all sessions here: Lecture Series: Location – All 11 sessions- 196874
A Volcano in the Backyard Affects Resale Value: Pompeii & Herculaneum • Jen Knapp
Camelot: A Cautionary Tale of Unreal Estate • Jessica Hemming
Istanbul, not Constantinople: Why Did Constantinople Get the Works? • Niall Christie
Rooms for Rent: Unpacking the Houses of Edgar Allan Poe • Erin Robb
From a ‘city in crisis’ to the City of Light: Urban Transformation in Nineteenth-Century Paris • Paisley Mann
Utopia in the Big Apple: Is it Possible? (Two Novels Set in NYC) • Stefan Haag
Ottoman Athens and Mussolini’s Rome: Using Historic Monuments to Promote Nationalist Ideologies • Jennifer Knapp
No Better Place: Utopias from More to the Internet • Lealle Ruhl
The Frontier: On the Edge of Utopia and Dystopia in the Cold War • Craig Keating
The Dying of the Light: Geographies of Nordic Noir • Kina Cavicchioli
Community, Society and the Individual: Where To From Here? • Colin Mills