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Gryphons Read: Q&A with Shyam Selvadurai on the Craft of Creative Writing

The University of Guelph announces the 4th annual Gryphons Read common reading project, which will encourage first-year students and other members of the university community to connect with each other and to enter into meaningful conversations by reading and discussing the same book. Gryphons Read is a collaboration between the College of Arts, the Office of the Provost, the Library, and the Experiential Learning Hub. This year, that book is Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy published by McClelland and Stewart. On September 28th and 30th, 2020, Selvadurai will join the University of...

Critical Thinking in Research and Education with Dr. Norman Sieroka

A University of Bremen/University of Guelph Philosophy lecture series. The title of this talk may sound like a truism. Research and education, it seems, are always about thinking critically. They are always about inquiring and questioning things rather than taking them simply at face value. Or might this just be an ideal? What exactly do we expect from a “critical” researcher, and how do we facilitate the education of “critical” students? The lecture will address these questions in a rather broad manner; first, by putting the term “critical thinking” into relation...

Gryphons Read: In Conversation with Shyam Selvadurai

The University of Guelph announces the 4th annual Gryphons Read common reading project, which will encourage first-year students and other members of the university community to connect with each other and to enter into meaningful conversations by reading and discussing the same book. Gryphons Read is a collaboration between the College of Arts, the Office of the Provost, the Library, and the Experiential Learning Hub. This year, that book is Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy published by McClelland and Stewart. On September 28th and 30th, 2020, Selvadurai will join the...

Art History Speaker Series - Daina Warren

Daina Warren (Cree), Curator and Director of Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB Lecture: Curating Indigenous Knowledge in the Arts: Implications for Art Schools and Historians

Art History Speaker Series - Praba Pilar

Praba Pilar (Mestiza, Columbia) Biotech artist and Co-Director of the Hindsight Institute, Davis, California Lecture: Technotamaladas: Sustainable Technologies for Communities of Color
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Rural Women's Studies Association 14th Triennial Conference

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From May 11 to 15, 2021, the RWSA is hosting their 14th Triennial Conference, Kitchen Table Talk To Global Forum Virtual Conference at the University of Guelph. The RWSA is an...

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