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Journal Watch

20 Apr 201512:00
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Research Watch, a periodical review of research articles published in the leading child welfare journals, is a joint initiative of the Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal (CWRP) and the CRCF.

Bachelor Semi-Final Recital: John Sawaya, Tenor

20 Apr 201514:30
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14:30

Class of Stefano Algieri

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Silence! AHCS Emerging Scholars Conference | Opening Workshop with Prof. Sterne

20 Apr 201514:30
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14:30

Silence Workshop with Dr. Jonathan Sterne Workshop: 3:00-5:00pm Room 404 – Thompson House, 3650 McTavish Followed by drinks from 5:00-7:00pm

18th Annual Brenda Milner Lecture and Neuropsychology Day

20 Apr 201514:00
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The 18th Annual Brenda Milner Lecture and Neuropsychology Day will take place on Monday, April 20, 2015. In addition to poster presentations by members of the Cognitive Neuroscience Group, the Neuro will welcome Dr.

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Licentiate Recital: Gabriel Campagne, Tenor

20 Apr 201519:00
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Class of Winston Purdy

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Bachelor's Recital: Graham Kolle, Double Bass

20 Apr 201519:00
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19:00

Class of Ali Yazdanfar

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Artist Diploma Recital: David Scott, clarinet

20 Apr 201519:00
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19:00

Class of Robert Crowley

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Bachelor's Recital: Alexander Cappellazzo, Tenor

20 Apr 201520:30
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20:30

Class of Stefano Algieri

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International Colloquium: Translation Studies and Geopolitics

20 Apr 201500:00
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21 Apr 201500:00

Translation and geopolitics have been inextricably linked since the era of the dragoman, but upheavals at the beginning of this century (the war against terrorism, the war in Iraq, the Arab Spring, the wars in Libya, Syria and the Ukraine, as well as other conflicts with international stakes, including the rise of extremism in Europe) have considerably affected and changed the work conditions of language professionals in general, and that of translators in particular. Languages have always been used to speak about ones enemies, but also with one’s enemies.

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Int'l Student Work & Work Permits webinar

21 Apr 201510:00
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11:00

    Thinking of working on or off-campus, doing an internship, or seeking post-graduation employment?    

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