Bruno Ramirez, distinguished historian screenplay writer and author of several books will discuss the centrality of the migratory experience in the lives of ordinary Quebecers from the last century onward in the context of the North Atlantic economy. His presentation will take place on Thursday, Oct. 3 at 4pm in the Senate Chamber of Glendon College.
Professor Ramirez, possibly better known for having written the scenario of the award-winning films Café Italia and La Sarrasine, is an expert on migratory patterns to and within North America.
The lecture, the first of a series of events, is entitled “Quebec in the North Atlantic Socioeconomy: A Transnational historical perspective”.
To find out more about the lecture, read the complete York news release at: www.yorku.ca/ycom/release/archive/100202.htm.