What do global poverty and inequality require of us, morally speaking? Should citizens and governments in affluent countries lead global poverty reduction efforts, or might poor-centered movements and initiatives in developing countries offer more empowering response? These are questions that drive Dr. Deveaux’s research on global justice. One project raises meta-ethical and meta-political questions about the conceptual framing of global poverty;...
1967-2011 (Celebrating over 40 years)
When the Department of Music was established in 1965 as part of Wellington College of Arts and Science, Ralph Kidd was appointed Chair of this small but important academic unit. For many years Ralph and Edith Kidd were in effect the "musicians in residence" for the Federated Colleges of the Department of Agriculture which included the Ontario Agricultural College, the Ontario Veterinary College, and MacDonald Institute.
In their capacity as musicians in residence, Ralph and Edith provided music for every occasion, playing for convocations, University church services, alumni reunions, 4H group visits, and for banquets and retirement parties.
In addition, they organized the Sunday Nine O'Clock Concert Series, held in Creelman and War Memorial Hall, and helped...
Tri-University History Conference 2013: New Approaches to History March 23, 2013 - Best Western Hotel, 716 Gordon Street, Guelph. The Tri-University Conference is a wonderful opportunity for...
This volume comprises a reprinting and gloss of the original text of the 1933 Communist play Eight Men Speak. The play was banned by the Toronto police after its first performance, banned by...
Improvisation helps musicians find harmony. You might not look to musical improvisation for ways to build your corner of the world. But that’s the focus of...
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