Canadian Friends of the Hermitage
Les Amis canadiens de l'Ermitage
International Museums Day Luncheon
at the Restaurant International
Algonquin College, Woodroffe Campus
at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16, 2002
Our Guest Speaker is Amy Knight who will speak on
St. Petersburg as a Radical Force in Russian History
Dr. Knight has a PhD in Russian politics from the London School of Economics. She worked for 18 years at the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. as a Soviet affairs analyst. She taught Russian history and politics at the London School of Economics and Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies; taught a seminar in National Security at Carleton University (2000-2001) where she is an adjunct research professor.
Dr. Knight is the author of four books: The KGB: Police and Politics in the Soviet Union (1988); Beria: Stalin's First Lieutenant (1993); Spies Without Cloaks: The KGB's Successors (1996) and Who Killed Kirov? The Kremlin's Greatest Mystery (1999).
Published articles and book reviews in the New York Times, the Washington Post; the Globe and Mail, the Times Literary Supplement and the New York Review of Books. Also contributed to Encarta Encyclopedia (including the article on St. Petersburg).
Tickets: $30 per person, $25 for members of the Canadian Friends of the Hermitage.
To order call our office at (613) 236-1116 or mail your order to:
Canadian Friends of the Hermitage 280 Metcalfe Street, Suite 400 Ottawa, ON K2P 1R7 I wish to order _______ tickets at $________ each for the May 16th luncheon. My cheque for $__________ is enclosed. Please mail tickets to: (Name) ____________________________________________________________ (Street address) __________________________________________________ (City, Province, Code) ____________________________________________ (Telephone) _______________________________________________________