Join Concordia's Department of Religions and Cultures for its 25th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference (AGIC) on February 20. The conference seeks to encourage dynamic interdisciplinary discussion in relation to this year’s theme, Landedness / Terre, Terrain, Territoire.
Inaugurated in 1995, the AGIC gathers scholars from across North America. As an interdisciplinary event, it serves as a bridge between diverse fields in the humanities, revealing and examining the intersections of culture, arts, science and scholarship.
This year's conference will showcase diverse panels of scholars who have come together under this pertinent and timely theme. A keynote address will be given by Hillary Kaell, associate professor in the Concordia’s Department of Religions and Cultures.
In addition, the AGIC will host the KAIROS Blanket Exercise, a participatory workshop developed in collaboration with Indigenous elders and educators that fosters truth-telling and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Please contact the AGIC by email for further inquiries.