The City Walks – “Old Religions in New Cities, New Religions in Old Cities”

The City Walks

You are invited to attend the first in a series of discussion based, scholarly walking tours on the Religious Landscape of Victoria. In partnership with The City Talks, The City Walks seek to promote public dialogue on important urban themes.

This month’s topic is “Old Religions in New Cities, New Religions in Old Cities: Lessons for and from Canada.” It takes up themes and issues raised by Paul Bramadat in his City Talk at the Legacy Gallery on September 26, 2013.

Here are the details:

Date: Saturday, October 5, 2013
When: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Outside the Victoria Immigrant & Refugee Centre (637 Bay St)

The tour will start outside the Victoria Immigrant & Refugee Centre at 637 Bay St., and stops at several points in and around downtown.

These walks are part of a research project investigating the pedagogical utility of discussion based walking tours. Participants will be invited to provide information for this research project, and will have the opportunity to participate in later focus groups. Participation in this research project is voluntary.

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One Response to The City Walks – “Old Religions in New Cities, New Religions in Old Cities”

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