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“Sensations of Moving Across Space and Time: Black Queer Diasporic Desire ‘On De Road’"

14 Nov 2016 - 1:39pm
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The Feminist Lunch Hour presents “Sensations of Moving Across Space and Time: Black Queer Diasporic Desire ‘On De Road'" featuring our very own Professor R. Cassandra Lord.

Please come join us on Thursday November 24th in Spigel Hall at 12:00 p.m. to learn more!

Light snacks will be provided. 

"Ritual Reading: Newar Buddhist Textual Rituals and the Agency of Mahayana Buddhist Texts" Prandium Lunch Seminar

7 Nov 2016 - 1:09pm
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The second PRANDIUM Lunch Seminar is next week!

This time we have Alexander O'Neill discussing - "Ritual Reading: Newar Buddhist Textual Rituals and the Agency of Mahayana Buddhist Texts".

Please come join us on Wednesday November 16th in DH 2085 at 1:00 p.m. to learn more.

Snacks will be provided!

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“Empires and the Idea of Culture” Distinguished Lecture by Professor Jordan Sand

2 Nov 2016 - 12:40pm

Professor Jordan Sand of Georgetown University is coming to present his Distinguished Lecture, “Empires and the Idea of Culture” on November 8th at 4:00pm with a following reception. Lunch will be provided.

You can register for this public event at: http://munkschool.utoronto.ca/ai/events/

"Bibles in the Badlands: Colonial Discoveries and the Making of Canadian Origin Myths" Prandium Lunch Seminar

19 Oct 2016 - 11:44am
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To start the season off, Anthony Scott will reinterpret the role of the dinosaur fossils in our society as pinnacles of colonial plunder, scientific specimens used to justify geological genocide against the land and its inhabitants. 

Please come join us on Wednesday October 26th in DH 2085 at 1:00 p.m to learn more.

Snacks will be provided!

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"Quebec and the Making of Canada" Roundtable Discussion at UTM

17 Oct 2016 - 2:55pm
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As part of its Seminar Series on the History of Canadian Confederation, the Department of Historical Studies is proud to announce "Quebec and the Making of Canada." This roundtable discussion will feature three preeminent social and cultural historians of Quebec which include:

  • Magda Fahrni (Université du Québec à Montréal)
  • Nicolas Kenny (Simon Fraser University)
  • Jarrett Rudy (McGill University)

The event will take place in IB 335 on Monday, October 31st from 3:00-5:00 p.m. All are welcome! 

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