We will be welcoming prospective graduate students with various events in the Philosophy Department. Stay tuned for details.
SOFAM faculty member Jim Harley presents on the efforts of internal refugees affected by the years-long conflict in Northern Uganda who have formed an association for traditional music and dance, which has become an important part of their trauma recovery. Free and Open to the Public Thinking Spaces considers the ways in which improvisation can provide us with new ways of thinking and acting. Throughout the year, this group organizes public talks and workshops, as well as reading sessions based around critical thinking on improvisation.
We all use Wikipedia. Either when clicking on the first result when questioning our favourite search engine, or as a starting place for seeking information on a new topic. But many of us aren’t aware of the biases behind this massive collectively-written encyclopedia. Did you know, for example, that less than 20% of the editors of Wikipedia are women?
Title: "Refugee Rootlessness, Resettlement, And Assimilation"Poster
Dr. Fulfer works on reproductive ethics, environmental and animal ethics, transnational feminisms, and Hannah Arendt.
Celebrating Arab art and culture through theatre, poetry, dance and music. Arabian Night 2019 features artists from Syria, Iraq and Palestine. For more information, please click on this link: www.uoguelph.ca/arts/an2019 Free registration on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/arabian-night-2019-tickets-57816282056 All are welcome!
Thesis Title: "A Trade-Off Analysis of the Normative Values of Deliberative Democracy" ALL ARE WELCOME
Most PhD students enter their programs with the intention of being a university professor, yet as studies have consistently shown this is but one of a wide range of career paths taken by those with doctoral degrees. This workshop will introduce PhD students to employment trends as well as concepts and techniques that can serve as a starting point for career explorations while in program.