Catholic Missions, Liberation Theology, and Humanitarianism will be held at Carleton University, Paterson Hall 436
Catholic Missions, Liberation Theology, and Humanitarianism
Please join the Canadian Network on Humanitarian History for an afternoon conversation with McGill University’s historian of Latin America, Dr. Catherine LeGrand.
This event will be held on Tuesday, March 28 2017 from 3 to 5pm in 436 Paterson at Carleton University, Ottawa. If you are unable to attend, but would still like to engage in the conversation, considering joining the event via Skype.
In preparation of the talk, Dr. Legrand suggests the following readings:
-“Transnational Progressive Catholicism: A Preliminary Exploration of the North-South Missionary Nexus between Quebec and Latin America”, Published in French translation in Globe. Revue internationale d’études québécoises, 12:1 (2009), 43-66 CLICK HERE
-“The Antigonish Movement of Canada and Latin America:Catholic Co-operatives, Christian Communities, and Transnational Development in the Great Depression and the Cold War”, in Stephen J.C. Andes and Julia G. Young, eds., Local Church, Global Church: Catholic Activism in Latin America from Rerum Novarum to Vatican II. Washington, DC: Catholic University Press, 2016, pp. 207-244. CLICK HERE
-“Progressive Catholicism Abroad and at Home: The “Double Solidarité” of Quebec Missionaries in Honduras, 1955-1975”, in Adele Perry, Karen Dubinsky and Henry Yu, eds., Within and Without the Nation: Canadian History as Transnational History.Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015, pp. 311-340. CLICK HERE
-Poster of the even: download HERE
We will go for a drink after the talk from 5-6pm.
For further information and for Skype details, please contact Dominique_marshall@carleton.ca.