This talk will address technologically-mediated sonic responses to site through human, material and environmental considerations.
In this colloquium, Dr. Adam will discuss recent theoretical models and topics related to her current research program: understanding the impact of race-based stress on youth stress, stress biology and developmental outcomes, interventions aimed at improving youth health and more.
Ali is the author of several volumes of poetry, novels, and translations. He will be in conversation with Sina Queyras, Alexei Perry Cox and Poonam Dhir.
October 18 to October 21, log on to the Canadian Career Symposium for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows. This national, annual symposium kicks off with a keynote address by Molly Grisham, owner of the Influence LLC leadership academy, and over four days will feature a dozen professional development presentations by leaders of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Development Network. Topics include career self-assessments, labour market research, informational interviews, networking, and research impact. In addition to these sessions, the symposium will host career panels featuring speakers with advanced degrees discussing their experiences in government, consulting, and alternative teaching professions. Concordia graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are invited to register for this free event at https://gpdn-rpesp.ca. For questions, please contact the Concordia partner for this event, GradProSkills.
Come join us for an online gathering as we get to hear from various Elders, Knowledge Keepers and youth on their experiences and approaches to healing.
Have contemporary francophone Marxist theorists learned from previous critiques regarding the relationship between race and class?
Join us for the virtual/in-person Concordia Health Sciences Symposium. This symposium features keynote lectures from this year’s Gairdner Laureates Mary-Claire King and Daniel Drucker, plenary session by faculty from the Department of Biology on cancer, genetics, computational medicine and other health-related topics. Call for submissions Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows conducting research related to human health are invited to submit an abstract to present a five-minute "lightning talk." Awards for the best trainee talks will be $250 each! Abstract submission deadline: September 30, 2021
Please join the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at 1:00PM EST / 7:00PM (Berlin) for an online panel discussion titled: Jews and Germans Reckoning for the Past, The Montreal Launch of Rachel Blumenthal's recent book "Right to Reparations". The panelists include Rachel Blumenthal, Michael Brenner and Noam Zadoff.
Dr. Drucker will give a lecture entitled "Listening to your gut – a scintillating scientific journey" followed by a discussion period.
The Department of Political Science invites you to a Election 2021 Postmortem Roundtable.
Birch will explore the role of future expectations in hi-tech financing, especially in the life sciences sector, in order to understand the reflexive effects of such expectations in changing the decisions of market actors.
On Sunday, October 31, 2021, the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies will be screening their second film this season, "Our Natural Right". Following the film screening will be a live discussion via Zoom on November 1, 2021 at 12:00PM EST / 7:00PM ILT with the film's Director, Yulie Cohen and Producers Udi Nir and Sagi Bornstein. About the film Over seven decades ago, the members of the People's Council sat down to draft the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel. Every word and comma led to hours of debate. The declaration was signed, the State established, but the debate still rages. The grandchildren of the signers of the Declaration of Independence return to the hall in Tel Aviv where the document was signed. Who are the descendants of the people who established the state? What do they think of it today? Can they agree on one correct path for Israel? Natural Right raises once again the issues upon which the State of Israel has yet to decide, over seventy years after first attempting to do so.
Time to ethically reset the travel industry
In this talk, Dr. Pierce Randall compares three competing normative frameworks for understanding public health policy and what they say about surveillance: the transaction framework, which conceives of the public role of public health authorities as correcting for market failures in health; the common good framework, which conceives of public health interventions as correcting for moral failures of markets to promote our shared interests in population health; and the security interest framework, which draws on the contractualist tradition in political philosophy to evaluate public health interventions in light of the fundamental security interests members of society have and what policies they would accept to promote those interests. He will outline how the security interest framework can draw on resources from surveillance ethics to provide guidance on how to weigh privacy interests against the need to prevent the spread of disease.
Part of the Jurist-in-Residence 2021-2022 Conference Series
Working at the edges of anthropology, art, ecology, and activism this project begins from the premise that the colonial restoration ecology projects taking shape on these lands participate actively in Indigenous dispossession.
The talk will address the ways in which some young men and women in the United States and Canada, using Instagram, produce and reproduce discourses on — and an allegiance to — authoritarianism and fascism.
In this talk, Chris Salter examines how we are tracked, surveilled, tantalized, and seduced by machines ranging from smart watches and mood trackers to massive immersive art installations.
This presentation will illustrate how gender has become a factor in discrediting and maligning the Kashmiri movement while focusing on women's role in human rights advocacy and the quest for Kashmir's political resolution.
In this presentation, Jennifer Gabrys of the University of Cambridge will investigate the sensory arrangements that Smart Forests generate.
Conversation with Radhika Govindrajan, author of Animal Intimacies: Interspecies Relatedness in India's Central Himalayas.
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