Please join the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies and the Adath Israel Synagogue on Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 11:00 AM ET for a talk with Dr. Csaba Nikolenyi. About the Talk: After almost four years of incessant elections and unstable coalition governments, the November 2022 Knesset elections produced a decisive outcome in favor of the bloc of religious and right-wing political parties united in their support of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s return to leadership. Yet, the apparent return to stability came at the high price of deepening polarization in the party system and growing tensions within Israeli society. Indeed, the formation of Benjamin Netanyahu’s sixth coalition government sparked a wide range of concerns and critical reactions both domestically and internationally. This talk will discuss the key features of the new government, the policies that it will likely adopt and the prospects for Israel's international relations during the sixth Netanyahu government.
Please join the Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies on Sunday, 29 January, 2023, for a virtual screening of the film, "Game Changers". After registering, the film link and password will be sent to you 48 hours before the screening. Following the film screening will be a live discussion with Director Noam Sobovitz via zoom on Monday, 30 January, 2023 at 12:00 PM ET. About the Film: How did a football match between enemies become a turning point in history? Twenty-five years after the Holocaust, against insurmountable emotional and political barriers and threats of terror, Israel national team and German Borussia Munchegladbach met in a match whose importance marked the beginning of the normalization between Israel and Germany. Through interviews with former German and Israeli footballers, historians, and diplomats, along with rare archival materials, the film examines the power of personal friendships to bring down the wall between nations, and of football, to pave the way between adversaries. Director: Noam Sobovitz Producers: Liat Kamai-Eshed, Nadine Neumann Co-Producers: Duki Dror, Reinhadrt Beetz Running Time: 56 minutes Languages: Hebrew, German, English Subtitles: Hebrew, English
Needle and Thread starts from a list of 600 names of Holocaust victims collected by Yad Vashem in an extensive and ongoing project: “Pages of Testimony”. The work is a commemorative performance that develops from the dance and installation practices of Suzanne Miller and Mindy Yan Miller over decades.
Join the Department of Economics in welcoming Senator Tony Loffreda to Concordia for an armchair conversation about economic policy and governmental institutions.
Join leading social movement organizers to strategize about how the left can redirect the anger fuelling populism toward creating meaningful, progressive social and economic change.
- Stephanie Eccles
- Comment by Jan Dutkiewicz
In this discussion, we address the relationship that exists between museums, the state, and the nation.
Richard Bryant obtained his Ph.D. from Macquarie University in 1989 and started working as a clinical psychologist at Westmead Hospital, where he established the Traumatic Stress Clinic in 1993. In 1995, he joined the School of Psychology at the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney) and was promoted to Professor in 2002. His main areas of research are in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health disorders following trauma exposure.
What does cutting-edge research in philosophy look like? What are pressing and enduring questions it uncovers, and ways of addressing them? This event offers a taste. From enduring questions about the nature of morality and human experience, to urgent questions about how to overcome oppression, research conducted in Concordia’s Department of Philosophy reflects this diversity.
The Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) Graduate team is pleased to announce the 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.
This workshop will provide you with some of the fundamentals in the interdisciplinary field of oral history. Participants will learn about an oral history approach to interviewing, ethics in research, and the many ways that oral histories are shared with the public. This workshop is strongly recommended to all new affiliates, as it is intended to present the methodology and ethics followed by our Centre.
In this talk, Sowparnika Balaswaminathan will juxtapose the intimate and the political in a particular ethnographic collection at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), and ask what narratives are made possible when ethnography is unanchored from its “culture area” setting.
- Lamine Barry (Statut pour les Guinéens)
- Sophie Toupin (Amandla! Radio)
- Stefan Christoff (CKUT Radio)
- Mohamed Barry (Statut pour les guinéens)
- Marisa Berry Méndez (Amnistie internationale Canada francophone)
Alison Karasz practicing clinical psychologist and Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School. A cultural-clinical psychologist and expert in qualitative and mixed methods, she conducts a research program on culture, health and mental health.
- 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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