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<< February 2018 >>
S M T W T F S
1
Italian Canadian Writing: The Difference a Few Decades Make
An evening reading and teaching of the Covenant Chain Wampum by Alan Corbiere
2
Trump Plus One
THERE MUST BE TRUTH BEFORE RECONCILIATION
3
45
The Police Man's Burden: Emotional Labor, Masculinity and the Ethics of Force
6
Public Humanities in the Age of Trump
Ethics of AI in Context: Mireille Hildebrandt, The Ethics of Agonistic Machine Learning
Darker Side of Digital: Human Rights Implications of Technology in Canada and Abroad
Eminent Victorians of Toronto - Orenhyatekha
7
Collective and Temporally Extended Rights and Wrongs
In Search of the Chinese Common Reader: Usable Knowledge and Wondrous Ignorance in the Age of Global Science, 1890-1940
Migrants, Mercenaries, and Militias: Warfare in The Prince
Governance and Representation: Communities in the City
When Archaeology Meets SimCity: Modelling Social and Natural Processes in the Ancient Near East
Maria Edgeworth's YA Fiction
8
Closure: The Afterlives of Adoption
Conspiracies in Machiavelli's Mandragola: The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy
Rohingya in Peril: Buddhist/Muslim tensions in Myanmar and Beyond
Guardians, Job Stealers, Bureaucrats, or Robot Overlords
9
Film: No Dress Code Required
Sport and the French: An Erratic Trajectory from Du Guesclin to Coubertin
Knowledge and Power in the Pacific: Native Hawaiian Exploration in an Age of Empire
10
1112
Decolonizing Education
1948: The Three Votes that Made Israel
13
Global Gospel, American Politics: How Globalization Polarized Religion and Divided the United States
CRRS Early Modern Interdisciplinary Graduate Forum VI
Punishing Remains: Performing Witch Archives, Decriminalizing Witchcraft
Ethics of AI in Context: Richard Zemel, Ensuring Fair and Responsible Automated Decisions
Comedy, Irony, and Philosophy: Menippean Satire in Late Antiquity
Ethics of AI Film Series: Star Trek TNG
14
Connected by Commitment: Oppression and Our Responsibility to Undermine It (Oxford 2017)
Canadian Smart Cities: Defining the Public Good
15
Tansen Sen's India, China, and the World: A Connected History
Temple Heritage of a Chinese Migrant Community: Movement, Connectivity and Identity in the Maritime World
The Intrinsic Values of Knowledge and Achievement
The European Origins of the Collapse of Bretton Woods
Definition and Evolution of the Linguistic Norm in Italy and Spain
Ottoman Timariot Cavalry in its Seventeenth-Century Twilight: A Resilient or
16
Film Screening: Club Native
Live Broadcast Theatre: The Stage in Digital Translation
Indic Commentaries on the Kalacakratantra and Methods of Authenticating Tradition
Musicians in Ordinary
Ec(h)otechnics
Concert: "The Manuscrit du Roi"
17
State Violence and Indigenous Resistance Film Screening Series IN CONVERSATION & THE FORMALDEHYDE TRIP
1819
Teaching Sexual Violence in History
2021
Indigenous People and Human Rights: A Dialogue with James Anaya
22
Music and the Marketing of Kensington Market
23
The Ocean and the Seas
Atlantic Crossings: Cartography, Slavery, Insurgency
24
Seascape Epistemology: An Embodied Knowledge of and Movement through the Sea
Tailings, Embankments, Strainings: Political Concepts for a Geontological World
2526
Indelible Refusal: Bodies, Performances, and Walking Resistance
Democracy and Social Media Are Incompatible: Now What?
When was the Gentile Born and Why? Rereading Ethnic Differences in Ancient Jewish Literature
Tipi Confessions: A Research-Creation Laboratory
27
First Story
Because SSHRC Says You Have To: Managing Your Research Data
New Perspectives on Mass Incarceration in the United States
Insurgent Geology, Fugitive Life
Karrabing Film Collective
Ethics & Film: No No: A Dockumentary
28
Moral Experts vs. Ethical Theories
First Nations House Lunch with Kim TallBear
Poetry reading and focus on creative research with Kim Tallbear and Gein Wong
The End of Public Works? The Politics of Infrastructure and the Quiet Decline of Local Democracy (Ethics in the City Series)
Unarmed Verses

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