Carleton Professor Launches Book on Trudeaumania

Carleton University’s School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, Department of History and UBC Press will be co-hosting a book launch for Prof. Paul Litt’s recent work Trudeaumania.

When: Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: D’Arcy McGee’s, 44 Sparks Street, Ottawa
Info: This event is free and open to the public.

The book Trudeaumania delivers an account of the phenomenon that swept Canada during the rise of Pierre Trudeau. The book’s review of the cultural history of the day reveals this enthusiasm was part of a passionate quest for a rejuvenated, modern nation.

About Paul Litt

Litt is a cross-appointed professor to the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies and the Department of History. His research interests include late 20th century Canada with special interest in public history, cultural policy, Canadian nationalism and the 1960s. Litt’s recent publications include Elusive Destiny: The Political Vocation of John Napier Turner (2011).

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