Nova Scotia Heritage Fair
What is a Heritage Fair All About?
A Heritage Fair is an opportunity for students to explore a subject area of their own choosing and create a project that develop their interest in the subject.
There are no winners, but students who excel are recognized in a variety of areas.
Every student goes home with a certificate of participation and an NSM family pass.
Heritage Fair Organizing Committee
Emily Anderson, Faculty of Arts B.A. Program Advisor, Saint Mary's University
Emily has a BA in Anthropology and an MA in International Development Studies. Before joining the Faculty of Arts Advising Office, Emily worked in the SMU International Activities Office and is currently Senior Program Coordinator for Peaceful Schools International.
Kirrily Freeman, Associate Professor, Department of History, Saint Mary's University
Kirrily completed her PhD at the University of Waterloo and has taught European history at Saint Mary's for 10 years. Her research and teaching focus on the relationship between war and culture. She wrote a book about bronze statues that were melted down for the Nazis, and curated an exhibition about lost medieval church bells. She really likes spending time in libraries, archives and museums.