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UTM honours Holocaust educator Judith Weissenberg Cohen

28 Jul 2017 - 12:25pm

Professor Ulrich Krull, Vice-President and Principal, UTM, and Professor Amrita Daniere, Vice-Principal, Academic and Dean, presented Weissenberg Cohen with a Principal’s Appreciation Award to recognize her ongoing commitment to anti-racism, Holocaust remembrance and education.

Please read here for the article. Thank you to Blake Eligh and UTM News for their coverage of the presentation.

"Panel Discussion: What Good is Feminism Today?"

23 Mar 2017 - 10:03pm
"Panel Discussion: What Good is Feminism Today?"

The Historical Studies Society, the Department of Women and Gender Studies, and the Equity and Diversity Office presents "Panel Discussion: What Good is Feminism Today?". This talk will be feauturing Dr. Simalchik, Dr. Bain, Dr. Lord and UTM Feminists. 

Please come join us on Monday March 27th in EH 300 F from 1-3pm to learn more. Refreshments will be provided!

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"Non-Muslims in Muslim Dietary Laws: Halal Meat Debate in Twelfth-Century Cordoba"

8 Mar 2017 - 9:03pm
This time we have Mourad Laabdi discussing - "Non-Muslims in Muslim Dietary Laws: Halal Meat Debate in Twelfth-Century Cordoba". Please come join us in EH 200 F at 1:00pm on March 22nd to learn more.

PRANDIUM Lunch Seminar - Wednesday March 22nd, 2017.

This time we have Mourad Laabdi discussing - "Non-Muslims in Muslim Dietary Laws: Halal Meat Debate in Twelfth-Century Cordoba".

Please come join us in EH 200 F at 1:00 p.m. to learn more.

Snacks will be provided!

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"Worlding South Asia Beyond Borders"

6 Mar 2017 - 6:14pm
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"Worlding South Asia Beyond Borders", sponsored by CSAC is taking place on Friday March 10th at the David Campbell Conference Facility. 

Participants will engage with how South Asian worlds are simultaneously constructed through the human imagination and physically materialized with uneven processes of modernity. The aim is to emphasize South Asia as a conceptual site of research that extends beyond national borders and traditional ‘area studies’.

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