Stan Shapiro, McGill
Is there a role for income inequality in understanding US regional mortality trends from 1968 to 1998?
Dr John Lynch, University of Michigan
Dr Andrzej Weber, University of Alberta
Reading from "Bad Imaginings" and "A History of Forgetting"
Dr Monica Szurmuk, University of Oregon
Dr Bruno Bosteels, Columbia University
Dr David Bryant, McGill. Host: Dr D. Shoen
Weekend of workshops and panel discussions, with the goals of raising awareness and creating and consolidating links of support and solidarity with Aboriginal communities. Details and registration on website (below). Organized by McGill Indigenous Peoples' Solidarity Movement.
This colloquium brings together distinguished speakers from Quebec, Canada, the United States and Europe, and will address issues affecting the future of universities and their role in modern societies. For the program see website (below).
Come and listen to speakers who have lived the internship experience with the Public Service Commission of Canada, Centre for Poverty Analysis (Colombo, Sri Lanka), National Security Archives, Inter-American Defense Board (Washington, DC), World Affairs Council of Northern California, American Museum of Natural History, Journal of the American Anthropology Association, United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees (Geneva), International Bureau of Children's Rights (Montreal), Summer Community Work (Bolivia & Nepal), Horizon Cosmopolite (Costa Rica), Royal Ontario Museum, Inter-American Development Bank (Washington, DC), Operation Wallacea (South East Sulawesi, Indonesia)