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Visit Anthropology at UTM's Fall Campus Day Event

Instructional Centre

Sunday, November 3, 2019 from 11:00am - 3:30pm

Prospective students, parents, and teachers: be sure to drop by the Anthropology tables at the UTM Fall Campus Day event!

Registration is required for Fall Campus Day. Visit the UTM Fall Campus Day webpage for more details and registration information.

Past Events

Climate Talks at UTM

Monday, September 23, from 5–7 PM

Location: KN137 UTM

(with sustainable refreshments at reception from 4:00 – 5:00 PM)

Kaneff Building at UTM CampusThree 15 minute TED-style Climate Change Talks followed by group discussion

The Host for the evening will be Vice-Principal, Academic and Dean, Amrita Daniere, UTM.

The Moderator will be Stephen Bede Scharper, Associate Professor, School of the Environment and Anthropology (UTM) and co-instructor of sustainability ethics for MScSM.

The panelists are:

Pegeen Walsh
Executive Director at Ontario Public Health Association

John Robinson
Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy
Professor, School of the Environment
Presidential Advisor, Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability

Jae Page
Alumna, MScSM program at UTM
Currently pursuing a PhD in the Department of Geography and Planning at U of T


Nahnebahnequa (1824-1865)
Standing Up for the First Nations: "the Upright Woman," Her formative years at the Old Credit Mission.

The event is free, but spaces are limited so please register online for this event.

Nahebahwequay/Catherine Sutton.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

  • Presentations 1-3pm
  • Reception 3-4pm

Location: Great Hall in the Maanjiwe Nendamowinan Building (formerly the New North Building) 

Please join us for Professor Donald Smith’s lecture on Nahnebahnequa (1824-1865).

  • Dr. Smith is professor emeritus at the University of Calgary, & author of “Sacred Feathers” & “Mississauga Portraits: Ojibwe Voices from Nine-teenth-Century Canada” .
  • Elder Garry Sault, MCFN will open the course ANT241H.
  • Councillor Veronica King-Jamieson, MCFN will speak on the importance of community-engaged learning.