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RGDST public talk with Esra Akcan on Human Rights, Transitional Justice and Architecture

3Feb202212:00
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Ever since the concept of human rights crystallized with the eighteenth century people’s revolutions around the world, it has implicitly become a reference point in discussions about space./lin...

RGTGM talk by Matthew Hendley

3Feb202216:00
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In collaboration with the Montreal British History Group. /lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences

RGGJ talk by Robbie Shilliam

18Feb202214:00
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15:30

This talk will be on Zoom....

Noroozi receives prestigious Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers

Published: 17Dec2021

On December 13th at a ceremony hosted by the Canadian Governor General’s Office in Ottawa, Ebrahim (Eby) Noroozi, MSc'78 (Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry), was presented with The Sovereign...

Engaging girls and women with disabilities in the global South: Beyond cultural and geopolitical generalizations | Disability and the Global South

Published: 9Dec2021

March 13, 2021 | Xuan Thuy Nguyen and Deborah Stienstra argue for recognizing the lingering impacts of colonialism and imperialism in producing disability and impairment in the South, while...

Interview with Jess Reia, CIRM’s 2020–2021 BMO Fellow

Published: 8Dec2021

Jess Reia recently concluded their BMO postdoctoral fellowship with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM). They are now undertaking new responsibilities as an assistant...

Feminist Reflections on Discourses of (Power) + (Sharing) in Power-Sharing Theory | International Political Science Review

Published: 8Dec2021

October 24, 2019 | Written by Dr. Siobhan Byrne, the objective of this article is to demonstrate how feminist approaches can provide a new language of both power and sharing to illuminate pathways...

Asociación de Mujeres Afro por la Paz: Feminism with the Body and Face of a Woman | AFROMUPAZ

Published: 8Dec2021

July 2, 2021 | Dr. Julia Zulver writes about The Asociación de Mujeres Afro por la Paz (Association of Afro Women for Peace—AFROMUPAZ), an organization of displaced Afro-Colombian women now based...

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