SCANS Fall 2021

The Seniors’ College Association of Nova Scotia has revised its slate of courses for the Autumn. A course on “Plants, People and Politics” by Hilda Taylor has been added to replace the series on policing by Angus Smith, which has been postponed. The summary of the revised program is below. The new term will commence in October and run to the end of November, with one course offered each day of the week. SCANS members can register for any course. All presentations will be provided via ZOOM.

An information session introducing the courses will be held September 8 (Wednesday) at 10:00 am via Zoom

The October topics are:

  1. ​WOMEN ARTISTS THROUGH ART HISTORY: HIDDEN BUT VERY PRESENT – VIRGINIA STEPHEN
  2. CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN NOVA SCOTIA: ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL – NOVA SCOTIA CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSOCIATION
  3. FRAMEWORKS FOR UNDERSTANDING THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY – ALAN GRIFFITHS
  4. PLANTS, PEOPLE AND POLITICS – HILDA TAYLOR
  5. (ALMOST) EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT MEDICAL IMAGING BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! – PIERRE SCHMIT

A brochure is available with more detail about the courses and further information can be found at SCANS:

Click the link at the right to open the web site www.thescans.org

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