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Speakers Series - George Lipsitz

George Lipsitz (critic, author of The Possessive Investment in Whiteness) George Lipsitz is an American Studies scholar and professor in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the author of over half a dozen books, including The Possessive Investment in Whiteness. He is a leading scholar in social movements, urban culture, inequality, the politics of popular culture, and Whiteness Studies.

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

Guest Speaker: Fred Kudjo Kuwornu

This multi-media lecture is an introduction to issues of culture, race, identity, and citizenship in contemporary Italy drawing the new arena of social media.

Speakers Series - Kathy Grant

Kathy Grant Kathy Grant on "Black soldiers who served Canada in the Great War."

Speakers Series - Victoria Lamont

Victoria Lamont (author, Western: A Women's History) Victoria Lamont, author of "Westerns: A Women’s History" will be speaking on the popular author B.M. Bowe

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.

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