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Interested in a Physics degree focused on research activities?<br/><br/>Our researchers have expertise in theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics including quantum- and nano- materials, human biomedical physics, molecular biophysics, theoretical particle physics, laser optics and photonics, molecular modeling/computational physics and physics education.<br/><br/>Join Graduate Program Director for a discussion about the research opportunities, the program options and how to apply.
Join Prof. Sacher as he discusses the Graduate Diploma, Master's and PhD options offered through Concordia's Department of Biology. Ask your questions about the labs, research opportunities and how to apply.
The Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) Graduate team is pleased to announce that return of our successful Hush Up and Write writing workshops that are designed to help graduate students make progress with their writing projects throughout the academic year.
Join the Graduate Program Director for a discussion about the research opportunities, the program options and how to apply.
Join the graduate Program Director and Graduate Program Assistant for a program and admission overview.
Dramaturgical Ecologies (DE), a Concordia-based multi-disciplinary group of artists and researchers interested in the ecologies of dramaturgical processes, invites you to attend the three online sessions of their Ground Provisions event at the 3ecologies (Sainte-Anne-du Lac, QC), closing a year-long series of outreach activities focused on articulating how the concepts of ‘blackness’ and ‘dramaturgy’ productively rub up against one another.<br/><br/>Using a necessarily interdisciplinary lens, our explorations will move across and through Black studies; diaspora studies; visual arts, dance and performance practice; process philosophy; and performance studies gathering artists, scholars and public intellectuals, aiming to both generate and destabilize dialogue and reflection on black performance and dance dramaturgy. <br/><br/>In dialogue with Dr. Erin Manning, who brings the philosophy of movement into the realms of neurodiversity and blackness to inquire into the normative prescriptions of whiteness; and Dr. Adebayo Akomolafe’s provocative reflections on post-activism, global crisis and ontofugitivity, Ground Provisions emerge from a desire to generate dialogue and reflection on dance dramaturgy and black performance studies, diasporic conceptualizations of blackness in its creative manifestations.<br/><br/>ACTIVITIES:<br/><br/>THU, DEC 15th, 2-5pm:<br/>Facilitated reading of a text (to be sent in advance upon registration) that grounds a conversation on how blackness and dramaturgy productively rub up against one another. With the participation of the Dramaturgical Ecologies group, scholars and practitioners’ discussants of the ABCs of DE, Dr. Bayo Akomolafe and Dr. Erin Manning.<br/><br/>FRI, DEC 16th, 2-5pm:<br/>Dr. Erin Manning and Dr. Bayo Akomolafe will be catalysts to themes that are pillars to Dramaturgical Ecologies - blackness and dramaturgy -, from within the fields that are dear to them: subjectivity, transversality, neurodiversity, perception, process philosophy, ontofugitivity, post-activism and black studies.<br/><br/>THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND FREE<br/><br/>A Zoom link will be provided for the two online sessions (the 15th and 16th) upon registration
Eric S. Nelson is Professor of Philosophy at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He works on Chinese, German, and Jewish philosophy. He is the author of "Daoism and Environmental Philosophy" (2020), "Levinas, Adorno, and the Ethics of the Material Other" (2020), and "Chinese and Buddhist Philosophy in Early Twentieth-Century German Thought" (2017). He is the editor of "Interpreting Dilthey: Critical Essays" (2019) and has published over seventy-five articles and book chapters.
This talk intends to argue that despite longitudinal evidence that mental disorders are also a result of the order of the world, so it is a political question, even so, the will to power of biomedical psychiatry intends to maintain the monopoly of the narrative, depoliticizing the life of the individuals with mental disorders.
Join the Department of Economics in welcoming Senator Tony Loffreda to Concordia for an armchair conversation about economic policy and governmental institutions.
- Peter Dietsch (University of Victoria)
- Pablo Gilabert (Concordia University)
- Jan Kandiyali (Durham University)
- Martin O’Neill (University of York)
- Avia Pasternak (University of Toronto)
- Sabine Tsuruda (Queen’s University)
- Åsbjørn Melkevik (Queen’s University)
- Louis-Philippe Hodgson (York University)
- Will Roberts (McGill University)
- Eleni Schirmer (Concordia University)
- Sylvie Loriaux (Université Laval)
- Denise Celentano (Université de Montréal)
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