This exposition, Arts and Human Rights: Conversing Multiplicities, is a reflection on and celebration of the Manifesto on Arts and Human Rights collectively developed in 2022 through two workshops and a symposium involving artists, musicians, dancers, philosophers, and human rights advocates from around the world.
Taking place at the Concordia University Webster Library vitrines and FOFA Art Gallery on unceded Kanien'kehaka traditional territory, re* is part of the Worlding Public Cultures 2023 Tiohtià:ke/Montreal colloquium.
Annotate This! is an exhibition that investigates language and text and its relationship to artmaking and the library as a site. Using the location of Concordia's Webster Library, these site-specific text-based pieces explore the cultural and grammatical structure of language, the ambiguity of fragmented type and the play found within graphic text.
The fourth installment of our roundtable series will focus on the themes behind online hate and incitement to violence on the basis of religious belief and some recommendations to address these issues for civil society, government, and platforms.
Hosted by the research group of Dr. Naftali Cohn, Department of Religions and Cultures, Concordia University, featuring keynote address by Dr. Samantha Pickette, University of Texas at Austin.
Unraveling Industry is a platform to map oil and gas infrastructure in Louisiana by company, supporting local and global demands for corporate accountability and ecological reparations.
As sustainability becomes a buzzword, how does it relate to engineering/STEM professionals students?
Discussing the role of generative AI in the university classroom
On June 12 and 13, 2023, Concordia University will host the SALTISE (Supporting Active Learning Technological Innovation in Studies of Education) conference.
The Karl Polanyi Institute of Political Economy is hosting a conference in honour of Kari Polanyi Levitt, Professor Emerita, Economics, McGill University, on the occasion of her 100th birthday.
This first-ever interdisciplinary summer institute combining Romani and translation expertise will provide participants with opportunities to apply Romani language skills to practice and research that involves translation in a variety of contexts.
The PEOPLE 2023 International Conference-Collaborative Solutions to Environmental Problems under Climate Change is taking place from August 7 to 11 at Concordia.This is also the sixth annual conference of the global Network on Persistent, Emerging and Organic Pollution in the Environment (PEOPLE Network).
People of all nations are invited to this inaugural event, celebrating First Nations, Inuit and Métis students at Concordia.
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