At Home in an Unknown Land: Examining the Factors Affecting the Mental Health of Scottish Settlers in Lanark County, 1820-1839 Abstract
International Society for Environmental Ethics, in affiliation with the American Philosophical Association, will hold a book symposium on J.Newman, G Varner and S. Linquist's,(2017) book: Defending Biodiversity: Environmental Science and Ethics. Commentators: Jay Odenbaugh (Lewis & Clark College), Roberta Millstein (UC Davis), Jennifer Welchman (University of Alberta).
ABSTRACT King Alfred the Great and the Moral Constitution of the English People
Join us at the Organic Farm on Campus for a tour and great conversation with Karen Houle (University of Guelph) about what it means to be a feminist who digs. Register here: https://cal.lib.uoguelph.ca/event/3494384
Join philosophy professor Karyn Freedman, a contributor to the collection, in the launch of the edited collection "Whatever Gets You Through: Twelve Survivors on Life after Sexual Assault." The book is edited by Stacey May Fowles and Jen Sookfong Lee and award-winning author Rachel Giese will guide the night's discussion. The event is free but registration is required to attend. Please see Eventbrite link for registration and event details.
When it comes to exploring the wider labour market, how can one translate their academic experience for a non-academic audience? This workshop complements the April 4th event by focusing on the creation of job marketing materials such as cover letters and turning CVs into resumes. This workshop will also discuss how to analyze and apply for job postings. Attendees are encouraged to bring their CVs.
College of Arts student Emma Wolfe performance features the French Horn.
Your 1-stop shop for all sounds experimental! Hosted by Social and Applied Human Sciences. By donation. Everyone Welcome
The International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (IICSI) at the University of Guelph is pleased to present the final Thinking Spaces talk of the season.
Andrew Wayne will be speaking at the 11th Annual Auburn Philosophy Conference on Representation, Idealization and Explanation in Science.