Feminist Lunch Hour talk given by Professor R. Cassandra Lord on November 24, 2016, a well-attended and fascinating look into her research.
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The Medium Newspaper captured Anthony Scott's Prandium Seminar on the colonial aspects of dinosaur discovery in Canada.
The Feminist Lunch Hour presents “Sensations of Moving Across Space and Time: Black Queer Diasporic Desire ‘On De Road'" featuring our very own Professor R. Cassandra Lord.
The second PRANDIUM Lunch Seminar is next week!
This time we have Alexander O'Neill discussing - "Ritual Reading: Newar Buddhist Textual Rituals and the Agency of Mahayana Buddhist Texts".