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King’s joins London Public Library’s initiative to celebrate reading one book as a community. Join Dr. Graham Broad, Associate Professor, History, for his talk Etta and Otto and Russell and James and Us: The Canadian Home Front in Fiction and in Fact.

The event is free and open to the public: Thursday, August 17, 2017 @ noon
Cardinal Carter Library, King’s University College,
 266 Epworth Ave. London. Details can be found on King’s Calendar of Events. Parking is free on campus.

Cake & coffee will be provided. Guests are invited to bring their own lunch. Dr. Broad is available for advance media interviews.

Dr. Broad teaches Canadian history (with a particular emphasis on intellectual history), war and society studies, and historical theory and methods. In addition to being a member of the Department of History, Dr. Broad helped to design and teaches in the King’s Foundation in Western Thought and Civilization program. Dr. Broad recently published One in a Thousand: The Life and Death of Captain Eddie McKay, Royal Flying Corps. In 2014 he released A Small Price to Pay: Consumer Culture on the Canadian Home Front, 1939-45. He is an active social commentator on Twitter @ProfessorBroad.