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3 October 2012, 12PM Stefan Kipfer and Parastou Saberi Associate Professor and PhD Candidate, York University (Faculty of Environmental Studies) Hard-right populism in Toronto
26 October 2012 Paul S.B. Jackson Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geography Dartmouth College The Money Value of a Man: The Nation, the Economy, and an Ideology of Health
2 November 2012 (Special Location: Atrium of Samuel Bronfman Bldg., 1590 Dr. Penfield) Steven Cumming Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair in Boreal Ecosystem Modeling, Université Laval Wildlife conservation and resource management in the Canadian Boreal Forest
23 November 2012 (Special Location: H-1267) Nandita Sharma Department of Sociology, University of Hawai'i Thinking Like a State: Immigration Policy in Canada and the Making of 'Difference.'
30 November 2012 (1PM) James Freeman Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, Concordia University Neoliberal Accumulation Strategies and the Visible Hand of Police Pacification in Rio de Janeiro
11 January 2013 Carolyn Whitzman Department of Architecture, Building, and Planning University of Melbourne Building Inclusive Cities: Planning Tools that Promote the Right to the City
25 January 2013 Peter Kevan Canadian Pollination Initiative, University of Guelph Pollinators and Pollination: Canadian, Continental, and Global Problems
13 February 2013 Jill Gunn College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan Potential Futures for Environmental Assessment in Canada: The Next Decade
1 March 2013 Dominique Henry Department of Geography, Oxford University Inuit Participation and Science in Polar Bear Governance in the Nunavut Territory
29 March 2013 Julie Podmore Department of Geosciences, John Abbott College Spacio-Sexual Affinities: Mapping the Intersections of Queer Montréal
12 April 2013 William Cartwright Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences, RMIT University in Melbourne NEOCartography: prospects and issues
18 July 2013 Kylie Soanes PhD Candidate, Melbourne University Evaluating the effectiveness of road mitigation measures for wildlife: How much monitoring is enough?
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