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Event #1203

The Representation of Names in Contemporary Canadian Heraldry: The Making Of Canting Arms and What They Tell About Names

When: 

Saturday, June 1, 2019

10:15 - 11:15
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Where:
Geography Building - GEOG 147
Series:
Association events
Language: 
Bilingual | bilingue
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This keynote address will outline the close familial relationships between heraldry, genealogy and onomastics, focusing on the relevance of images, emblems, and objects to the study, meaning, and knowledge of names. Of primary concern is the interpretation (visualization, representation, and even transformation) of names and their meaning in other media as reflected by contemporary heraldic practice, and the granting of heraldic emblems to individuals and corporate bodies in Canada.

Speakers:
  • Dr. Claire Boudreau, Chief Herald of Canada, Canadian Heraldic Authority, Rideau Hall