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13Oct2016
Dr Monchalin

The Criminalization of Indigenous Peoples

Speaker: Professor Lisa Monchalin, Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Surrey, BC

Crimes and injustices affecting Indigenous peoples must be understood within the context of Canada’s shameful history, and the unchanged colonial g...

Location: Ericson Seminar Room - 2nd Floor, Canadiana Gallery Building, U of T, Please see address above

13Oct2016
Patrice Leconte

Q & A with filmmaker Patrice Leconte

Speaker: Patrice Leconte

Limited space, registration required

Location: Room 222, Innis College, Toronto, ON M5S 1J5, 2 Sussex Avenue

14Oct2016
Public Forum on Race, Policing and Black Lives Matter

A Public Forum on Race, Policing and Black Lives Matter

Speakers: Marques Banks, Black Movement-Law Project, Washington, D.C. Anthony Morgan, human rights and public interest lawyer Idil Abdillahi, professo...

Location: Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies, Canadiana Gallery, 14 Queen's Park Crescent West, Toronto, ON M5S 3K9

14Oct2016
Ridicule

Cinema & Context: Ridicule (1996, dir. Patrice Leconte)

Roundtable discussion with Patrice Leconte and Paul Cohen prior to the screening.  To get royal backing on a needed drainage project, a poor French l...

Location: Spadina Theatre, 24 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2S7

20Oct2016
Cover illustration from Ester Reiter's book, featuring labourers and protesters with a banner in Hebrew.

Book launch with Ester Reiter: A Future Without Hate or Need

Speaker: Ester Reiter, School Of Gender, Sexuality And Women’s Studies, York University

A Future Without Hate or Need brings to life the rich and multi-layered lives of a dissident political community.  Many of the women in this secular ...

Location: 12th Floor, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6

20Oct2016
Image of Toronto skyline from the waterfront, featuring Harbourfront Centre and the CN Tower.

The Bays - Advancing Sydney's Global Competitiveness through Waterfront Renewal

Speaker: David Pitchford, The Chief Executive UrbanGrowth NSW

Portia Maier, Consul-General and Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner, Australia will make the introductory remarks. Sydney and Toronto share re...

Location: Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1K6

21Oct2016
Vineyard

Dawn Of The Vinelords: Wine And Capitalism In Colonial Algeria

Speaker: Owen White, Associate Professor, Department Of History, University Of Delaware

In the late nineteenth century wine production took off in French-ruled Algeria, to such an extent that for most of the following century this Muslim-...

Location: Room 2098, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 3G3

24Oct2016
Chippewas of Sarnia First Nation

Landed Legitimacy: The Private Law Roots of Land in Public International Law

Speaker: Jasmine Chorley, Master Of Global Affairs Candidate, Munk School Of Global Affairs, University Of Toronto

In this age of “reconciliation”, Canadian society is awash in discussions of Indigenous-Settler relations. These are inherently international rela...

Location: Room 200, Larkin, 15 Devonshire Place, Toronto, ON M5S 1H8

24Oct2016
Voltaire

Distinguished Lecture: Voltaire And The Radical Enlightenment

Speaker: Nicholas Cronk, Director, Voltaire Foundation; Professor Of French Literature, Oxford University

Nicholas Cronk is a leading scholar of French Enlightenment thought. As director of the Voltaire Foundation (Oxford) and a a General Editor of the Com...

Location: Alumni Hall, Old Victoria College (Room 112), 73 Queen Park's Crescent #106, Toronto, ON M5S 1K7

26Oct2016
Image of the Sequoyah Nuclear Power Plant featuring reactors emitting smoke into the sky.

From Nuclear Sovereignty to Algorithmic Governance

Speaker: Prof. Sonja M. Amadae, Senior Research Fellow, Academy Of Finland Center Of Excellence In The Philosophy Of The Social Sciences (TINT), Dept. Of Political And Economic Studies, University Of Helsinki

In Prisoners of Reason I argue that the felt imperatives of nuclear security transformed our understanding of individual and collective action. Indivi...

Location: Room 215, Old Victoria College, 73 Queen Park's Crescent #106, Toronto, ON M5S 1K7

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