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When we use a computer, do we have to think in the language of the computer? Tim Murray-Browne will talk about his artistic practice of building embodied interactive systems.
Liz Howard and Juliane Okot Bitek will read from their work and participate in a discussion on new directions in Canadian writing and in the teaching of creative writing.
Liz Howard is a poet, editor, and educator. Her first collection, Infinite Citizen of the Shaking Tent, won the 2016 Griffin Poetry Prize and was shortlisted for the 2015 Governor General's Award for Poetry. Her second collection, Letters in a Bruised Cosmos, was shortlisted for the 2022 Griffin Poetry Prize and the Trillium Poetry Prize. Note that capacity for this event is limited to 30. All are welcome. Please RVSP using the form.
While there has been significant research on the violence against women in Colombia, far less has been done to explore acts of community resilience, often led by women, and the strategies they have built to collectively overcome trauma.
Find the River tells the story of a man searching for his origins to understand his identity and masculinity in a middle-class Peruvian context.
A conversation with Diego Lopez Francia, PhD candidate, Humanities Progam, Concordia. ALLab- COHDS' affiliate.
Report on a collaborative research project by Dr. Emily Coffey (Psychology) and Dr. Luis C. Sotelo (Theatre)
This three-screen video installation is a dialogic study on the listening of four strangers who met in a black box studio to listen to eachother's life experiences.
Veronica Mockler in conversation with Luis C Sotelo, ALLab’s director.
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