The City Walks – “Places of Worship, Social Services & City Planning in Victoria”

Religion & The City

You are invited to attend the second in a series of discussion based 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 “Places of Worship, Social Services & City Planning in Victoria.” It takes up themes and issues raised by Annick Germain in her City Talk on October 24, 2013, “The Unexpected Other: Place of Worship, City Planning, and Social Transactions in Montreal.”

Here are the details:

Date: October 26, 2013
When: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Where: Outside Masjid Al-Iman, 2218 Quadra St.

The tour will start outside the Masjid Al-Iman at 2218 Quadra St., and stops at several points in and around downtown. You can find an outline of the walk by clicking this link.

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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