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Mennonite Historical Society of British Columbia

Future Events

Royden Loewen

Dr. Royden Loewen
Chair in Mennonite Studies
University of Winnipeg

Old Colony Mennonites: Travelling with the Horse and Buggy Mennonites in Bolivia: Creating Cultures of Peace

Eric Dreger, Vancouver

What is a Mennonite?: A Photo Essay
of the Mennonites of Shipyard, Belize
Website

7:00 PM, June 1st, 2013

Level Ground Mennonite Church
31216 King Road
Abbotsford BC.

Refreshments

Biography:

Royden Loewen is Professor of History and Chair in Mennonite Studies at the University of Winnipeg, a post held since 1996. He is author of a number of books and numerous articles dealing with the history of Mennonites and, more broadly, of immigrant culture, in Canada and the United States. Much of his writing focuses on Mennonite and immigrant strategies as shaped by religion, ethnicity, economics, family and gender.

His most recent work (with Gerald Friesen), Immigrants in Prairie Cities: Ethnic Diversity in 20th Century Canada, was published by the University of Toronto Press in 2009. He also serves as editor of the Journal of Mennonite Studies and is series editor of 'Studies in Immigration and Culture' at University of Manitoba Press. He has been Fulbright Fellow at the University of Chicago (1994-1995), and Research Fellow at the University of Victoria (2004) and the University of Guelph (2007-2008). He has had a long relationship with the University of Winnipeg, the institution from which he graduated with a BA (Hons) in history in 1977.

Faculty of Arts, University of Winnipeg, URL: http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/index/dean-arts-research-loewen-bio.

The University of Winnipeg:  It is now possible to obtain a Bachelor's Degree with a major in Mennonite Studies. A major in Mennonite Studies is an excellent way to learn about an historic people's commitment to non-violence, community action, spirituality and religion. A major in Mennonite Studies can provide a useful preparation for fields in law, journalism, social work, pastorate, conflict resolution.

URL: http://mennonitestudies.uwinnipeg.ca/