William Knight on Discovering Botanical-Entomological Models, University of Guelph, Nov. 21

Rural History Roundtable

The Rural History Roundtable is a speaker series that has been in operation since 2002. It hosts scholars of international repute and provides a venue for graduate students to present their latest research. It is drawing into its fold undergraduates, graduates, post-docs, faculty, archivists, alumni, and other members of the public.

Please join us on Tuesday, November 21, at 4:00pm EST, as William Knight, Curator of agriculture and fisheries at Ingenium, will be giving a talk titled, “Establishing a Collection: Discovering Botanical-Entomological Models,” at the MacKinnon Building, Room 132. The talk will employ a hybrid approach. If you wish to attend virtually, you can register at:


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