Event – April 29 | Aga Khan Museum, Toronto | Lecture: William Dalrymple presents Return of a King

The Canadian Community Arts Initiative (CCAI) in collaboration with the Aga Khan Museum and The Citizen’s Foundation (TCF) Canada, are pleased to present the world renowned author William Dalrymple for an exclusive speaking engagement in Toronto.

This event is in support of “141 Schools for Peace”, an initiative of The Citizens Foundation (TCF), in partnership with www.141Schools.org

EVENT: Lecture: William Dalrymple presents Return of a King
PRESENTER: William Dalrymple
DATE & TIME: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST
VENUE: Aga Khan Museum Auditorium, 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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141 Schools on a missionWe are on a mission to build 141 schools in Pakistan

Each school will be dedicated to the more than 141 children and teachers who perished in the Peshawar school terrorist attack on December 16, 2014.

To help achieve this mission, 141Schools.org has partnered with The Citizens Foundation (TCF) on their global initiative “141 Schools For Peace” – a shared mission to build 141 TCF schools across Pakistan, in memory of the lives lost.

We hope our efforts today will serve as a beacon of light resisting the advance of extremism in our society and help in the fight to educate the children of Pakistan.



About William Dalrymple

William DalrympleWilliam Dalrymple is a British historian, and writer, art historian and curator, as well as a prominent broadcaster and critic.

He was born in Scotland in 1965, and was educated at Ampleforth and Trinity College, Cambridge where he was first History Exhibitioner then Senior History Scholar.

His books have won numerous awards including the Duff Cooper and the Wolfson Prize, and he has been 4 times longlisted and once shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction. He is also one of the co-founders and co-directors of the annual Jaipur Literature Festival.

In 2012 he was appointed a Whitney J. Oates Visiting Fellow in the Humanities by Princeton University.

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