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Utopias | Graduate Conference

From the global pandemic to activist protests such as #BLM, climate change, workers rights, and the uncovering of unmarked graves at former residential schools across Canada, the events of the past 18+ months have shown an urgent need and desire for new modes of life.

Camille Irvine MA thesis defence

MA Thesis Title: "Existential and Relational Considerations                              on End of Life in Canada"    

Lukas Nicholson's MA thesis defence

MA Thesis Title: Renewing the Precautionary Principle for the                             Development of Complex System Technologies

Modern Day Scotland & Recovery for the Travel & Tourism Industry: Scottish Studies free event

Modern Day Scotland: Moving Forward with a Sustainable Recovery for the Travel & Tourism Industry VisitScotland invites members of the University of Guelph community to attend an engaging discussion on modern and responsible tourism. Join representatives from the Scottish Government and VisitScotland, together with a select panel of travel experts, for a presentation and Q&A session on the challenges and opportunities around sustainable recovery and responsible tourism in modern-day Scotland.

Taunton House - a Theatre Studies performance

Join Theatre Studies for their highly-anticipated production of Taunton House! Taunton House is the final product of the fourth year theatre students' Ensemble creation. Fully student run, with support from the faculty. About:  Amelia Taunton is trying to publish her work in the 1890s and meets Serena Whitlock, an agent who can help her achieve her dream. Ambition and sexuality collide as they navigate their work and their relationship to each other.

Old Barns in the Digital World: Hugh Fraser at Rural History Roundtable

The Rural History Roundtable presents Hugh Fraser, Director of Ontario Barn Preservation and Dr. Kim Martin, Associate Director of THINC Lab / Department of History, and Randy Bagg, retired veterinarian and current history student, University of Guelph: "Experiential History Project Documenting Old Barns in the Digital World" Thursday, March 24 @ 2:30-4:00pm Virtual - contact

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