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Haroon Akram-Lodhi is Peterborough's Public Intellectual
The Peterborough Examiner
April 26, 2018
I moved to Peterborough from Montreal in 1969. Trent university, the "Oxford on the Otonabee," had started up in 1964. You could say we developed together.
My involvement with Trent was largely athletic. But there was also a stimulating course on Canadian literature to which the professor, K.P Stich, persuaded writer Margaret Laurence to come and speak.
In the 1980s, I offered courses through Trent Continuing Education in feminist theology at the Bata Library to 30 adult community members.
Two of my three sons graduated from Trent, heavy into rowing. To this day they insist I pick up a beer mug for each from the Head of the Trent regatta.
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