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Release: Why Do Good People Make Bad Decisions?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2006-09-11)
Everyone knows that bad luck comes in threes. Horoscopes and psychics can be stunningly accurate in their predictions. And if UFOs and ghosts aren’t real, why have thousands claimed to have seen them? Science explains these ...
Release: Women and Men: Different Words, Different Worlds?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2006-03-14)
In conversations between males and females, you often hear, “That’s not what I said!” only to be followed by, “But that’s what I heard!” Some suggest that women and men have a difficult time communicating because we speak ...
Release: Do Canadians Pay Lip Service to the Environment?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2006-11-07)
The natural environment is one of the leading symbols of Canada, and Canadians pride themselves as world leaders on environmental issues. Why, then, is our country’s environmental record one of the worst internationally, ...
Release: The Popular Coffee House Controversies Lecture Series Ends with "Canada, a Safe-Haven for Perpetrators of International Crimes?"
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-03-09)
The popular Coffee House Controversies lecture series, presented by the Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina, concludes for another semester. Ending the series is Dr. Nick Jones, assistant professor and police studies ...
Release: Ethics Versus Humanitarian Intervention
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2005-09-26)
Respect for state sovereignty has long been seen as one of the fundamental principles of international law. However, in recent times, we have seen the frequent collision between the principle of sovereignty and the moral ...
Release: That Boleyn Girl: What Do Historians Know About Mary Boleyn and Her Tudor Connections?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2008-09-22)
Royal scandal and sibling rivalry are topics that add intrigue to any book. Combine with this the Tudor rulers of England and Wales, their families and their complex relationships, and you have an international bestseller ...
Release: Coffee House Controversies Set for a New Season
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2005-09-09)
The Faculty of Arts' popular Coffee House Controversies series begins its new season on Thursday, September 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Chapters bookstore behind the Southland Mall (2625 Gordon Road).
Release: University of Regina Professor Provides Food for Thought
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2009-10-28)
The way people eat and what they know about food and cooking has come to occupy an important place in public debates. However, Dr. JoAnn Jaffe, a professor in sociology and social studies at the University of Regina says ...
Release: Where are the People? Mapping Population
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-02-23)
Maps are often used to display census data such as simple population counts and socioeconomic factors such as age, structure, migration or unemployment rates. Dr. Julia Siemer, an assistant professor in the Department of ...
Release: Noble Savage or Sophisticated Existentialist?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2006-10-10)
There is a common perception that indigenous people can only be experts on nature – that they are noble savages or millenary guardians of the rainforest. U of R anthropology professor Carlos Londoño Sulkin challenges this ...