Glebe residents and Carleton University have long been neighbours. More than neighbours, both students and faculty of Canada’s Capital University have lived in the Glebe since the first founding of Carleton College in 1942. Countless mornings since that first September students, staff and faculty have left the Glebe for work and study on the Carleton Campus. Now, thanks to the cooperation of the Glebe Community Centre, Carleton itself is crossing the canal and coming to the Glebe.
The College of the Humanities, Carleton’s flagship liberal arts program, is joining with the Glebe Community Centre to present a series of lectures by its faculty. The lecture series will provide a window into the fascinating research College faculty conduct in philosophy, politics, literature, history and religious studies.
Thursday, November 6 at 7 pm
Discovering the Gnostic Scriptures
Professor Tim Pettipiece
Dr. Pettipiece teaches Classics and Religious Studies at Carleton, University of Ottawa, and Saint Paul. He specializes in early Christian literature and history.