Queen’s WIDEN

Launching in 2013, Queen’s WIDEN is the newest branch of the Workshops for Inter-Discipline Exchange and Novelty network. To learn more about the series in general, take a look at our about page. Subscribe to the Queen’s WIDEN mailing list here to be kept informed of  its events. Queen’s WIDEN is just getting started and needs many more organizers and speakers. To get involved, please email Daniel Paluzzi at dpaluzzi@qmed.ca.

 

On Reproduction

Queen’s WIDEN: On Reproduction Friday March 22nd 2013 3pm-5pm Botterell Hall B139   All Welcome!   Presentations Amanda Lepp The Pregnant Man in Medieval Imagination This talk features two stories of men who are pregnant and give birth, taken from my research into metaphors of the female reproductive bodies in medieval literature. The first is […]

On Measures – February 1 2013

We’re thrilled to announce the Inaugural Queen’s WIDEN (Workshops for Inter-Discipline Exchange and Novelty): On Measures February 1 2013, 2-4pm room 021 in the basement of the New Medical Building (15 Arch Street) All are welcome. No advance registration is required. Moderator: Daniel Paluzzi, Medicine Presentations: How Does Alzheimer’s Disease Affect the Ability to Respond to Music? Ashley […]

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