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Bowmont’s Speaker Series provides an opportunity for men in university to engage in conversation aimed at cultivating a sense of responsibility for their society. The topics of discussion range from understanding cultural trends to specifics about a given field, including appreciating the advances being made in the arts and sciences.

Our speakers are chosen for their noteworthy contributions to their fields, and for the personal integrity with which they live.

Bowmont’s Speaker Series runs monthly during the school year. The Speaker Series takes place at 4pm on Saturday afternoons at Bowmont, followed by hors d’oeuvres and social interaction with the invited guests and other participants.

Mark Milke, Ph.D

THE VICTIM CULT: How the grievance culture hurts everyone and wrecks civilizations.

Where: Bowmont Centre, 2435 27 Ave. NW, Calgary*

When:  4pm - Saturday, September 17th, 2022

Mark Milke is Executive Director of the Aristotle Foundation for Public Policy. He is also the President of the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary. In 2019 he was the lead architect of the United Conservative Party election platform and principal policy advisor to UCP leader, Jason Kenney.


Mark is also a keynote speaker, author, and columnist with six books and dozens of studies published across Canada and internationally in the last two decades. His newest book, The Victim Cult: How grievance culture of blame hurts everyone and wrecks civilization, is an Amazon Bestseller.

*Must register online to attend. Only 30 seats available.


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This speaker series is free when university students join the BUMP program. Click to learn more.