John B. Lyon, Dept of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Pittsburgh, will conduct a seminar on the work of Swiss poet and physiognomist Johann Kaspar Lavater (1741-1801). This is being held in conjunction with an exhibition on Lavater and 18th-century physiognomics using works from the collection of the Osler Library. The event is organized by the Interacting With Print group.
Karine Vanthuyne, PhD candidate in Anthropology with I.R.I.S, École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS)
Prof. Michel Loreau, Canada Research Chair in Theoretical Ecology, Dept of Biology. Keynote lecture for the Fifth Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Research Symposium. Free admission; all are welcome.
The work of the professional Master's studio from the Winter 2008 term. Reviews April 7 to 9; exhibition April 10 to 25 (Monday to Friday, 9 to 5).
Dr. Dieter Gruenert, senior scientist, California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, adjunct professor, Dept of Laboratory Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, and adjunct professor, Dept of Medicine, University of Vermont
Day range, group size, and the folivore paradox: Do red colobus monkeys experience scramble competition?
Tamaini Snaith, Dept of Biology, McGill
PhD oral defense of Juan Manuel Perez-Abarca
PhD oral defense of Shahab Shahabi
Gonzalo Flores, Senior Counsel, Secretariat of International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, World Bank, Washington, D.C. Part of Prof. de Mestral's course on dispute resolution. Please be on time or you might be refused access.
Join us in the Atrium until April 4 to reflect on the application of municipal by-laws to homeless persons. Whether their application or their wording is discriminatory, the images raise questions that must be addressed. Presented by Equity Access.