The Feminist Lunch Hour presents “All that you Do Changes you: Art and Activism in Toronto”. This talk will be featuring Syrus Marcus Ware.
Welcome to the Department of Historical Studies
Here you will find the latest news about our exciting departmental events, and information about the cutting-edge research and teaching of our faculty, the projects of our administrative staff, the achievements of our students, and the activities of our alumni and friends. You will also discover why the disciplines that make up Historical Studies are crucial for understanding the world in which we live. In our globalized world, critical thinking, reading and writing skills, analysis of texts and events, and understanding of our globe’s diversity and pluralism are crucial for success.
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PRANDIUM Lunch Seminar - Wednesday January 11th, 2017
This time we have Juan Mezo discussing - "Debates on Nudity, Sexism, and Pornography in The Body Politic (1971-1987): Sexual Imagery and Community-Building Project".
Feminist Lunch Hour talk given by Professor R. Cassandra Lord on November 24, 2016, a well-attended and fascinating look into her research.
The Medium Newspaper captured Anthony Scott's Prandium Seminar on the colonial aspects of dinosaur discovery in Canada.