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Video: Ronald Bloore and the Art of Provocation
(Faculty of Arts, 2016-03-31)
As Director of the MacKenzie Art Gallery from 1958 to 1966, Ronald Bloore stirred controversy at every turn. Whether inventing a fictional artist, including his own work in shows he curated, or declaring art of the Renaissance ...
Audio: Senate Reform: Is It Necessary And Can It Be Done?
Senate reform has been much debated; it has even become an oxymoron. It is a bit like the weather – everyone talks about it but no one does anything about it. Dr. Barnhart will discuss the topic of Senate reform drawing ...
Video: The Fierce Urgency of Now: Global Education as a Gateway to Creating Critically Informed, Motivated and Globally Competent Citizens
(Faculty of Arts, 2015-03-26)
In this, the era of globalization, in which the borders of the nationstate are ever more porous, the daunting challenges that face humanity are increasingly global in scope and therefore require global solutions. This ...
Video: Librarians Unplugged: How and why librarians are speaking out about crucial social issues
(Faculty of Arts, 2013-03-18)
On the heels of Canada’s Freedom to Read Week (February 24 to March 2), Professor and 3M National Teaching Fellow Toni Samek will share aspects of her scholarship in librarianship and human rights. Life, liberty and the ...