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Alumni Cafe - Agatha Christie Talk

Alumni Cafe


Agatha Christie, Archaeology and Alzheimer’s

Agatha Christie, Archaeology & Alzheimer's

If you don’t know what these three things have in common, then join us to learn how the great mystery novelist’s life is revealed within the pages of her books. Her love of the Middle East and the life she lived with her famous archaeologist husband provided the basis for many of her greatest novels including Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile, and Murder in Mesopotamia. And now her novels are being used to unravel the mysteries of the human mind.

Speaker: Prof. Amy Barron, Professor of Museum Studies at Fleming College and the Program Coordinator at Clarington Museums & Archives.

Location: William Waters Lounge in Woodsworth College Residence, 321 Bloor Street West

Date & Time: Tuesday December 3rd, 6:00pm

Registration can be completed by following the link at the right, emailing, or calling 416-978-5301.