On Adaptation, March 2, 2012

The Date: Friday, March 2 The Place: RSU building 55 Gould St —  Room G (just past Oakham Café) The Time: 4:15-6:30 (speakers from 4:15-5:15) The Speakers: Lai-Tze (Lychee) Fan, (Communication & Culture), Jamil Jivraj, (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Lacey Williams (Urban Planning) The Abstracts: Lai-Tze (Lychee) Fan, (PhD, Communication & Culture): The Adaptation of […]

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On Shifts and Movement, April 29, 2011

Friday, April 29, 2011 Presentations: Ethical Movement and Paralysis Karen Dewart McKewen, Communication Studies Through this WIDEN presentation, I will attempt to briefly outline, and open up a conversation about, the ethical substance and significance of metamodernism. This emerging cultural theory describes the current Western ethos as continually in movement “between a typically modern commitment […]

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On “___” and the City, in honour of the then upcoming municipal elections, October 21, 2010

“_____” AND THE CITY (in honour of the then upcoming municipal elections) October 21 2010 RAILI LAKANEN: how community engagement can lead to sustainability (urban planning) SHELLEY LIEBEMBUK: exploring the intercultural themes, performers and audiences of Toronto (drama) UTAKO TANEBE: making the invisible city visible (architecture) The panel discussion was led by Eye Weekly columnist […]

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