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Dean's Townhall: Geography @ EUC

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Join us as we share developments from the new Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change (EUC) since our launch in September 2020. Along with several colleagues, Dean Alice Hovorka will give an update on the Faculty's vision for the discipline of Geography at EUC and beyond. It is important to come together as a community

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Environmental Studies PhD Research Day 2021

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Join us for our annual PhD Research Day April 22 as we celebrate many of the outstanding research projects happening in EUC. This year our celebration falls on Earth Day which focuses on the theme of 'taking care of our planet'. Event schedule: 12 to 12:15pm Opening remarks 12:20 to 12:45pm One camera, two cameras,

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Teaching Health and Physical Education in Uncertain Times

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Dr. Sarah Flicker will launch, “Changing the Rules”, a report about teacher reflections on implementing shifting curricula as part of her SSHRC Insight Development Project on Enacting Sex Ed Updates: A view from Ontario's Teachers. Dr. Sarah Barrett will share the findings from surveys and interviews about teachers’ perspectives on emergency distance learning during COVID-19.

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International Political Economy & Ecology Summer School 2021: Application Deadline

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International Political Economy & Ecology Summer School 2021: Application Deadline Freedom Dreams:  Approaching the Transnational Political Economy of Race  featuring Professor Robin Kelley, Gary P. Nash Professor of American History, University of California, Los Angeles with Guest Presentations from Anthony Bogues (Brown University), Glen Coulthard (UBC), Andrea Davis (York University) Vijay Prashad (Tri-Continental Institute for

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Scholars Hub @ Home - Biodiversity: A tale of four bees

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Earth’s systems are complex and dynamic due to biodiversity, the variety of life on our planet. In particular, flowering plants are critical to climate stability, the water cycle, and the provision of oxygen, food, fibre, and material for shelter. In order for flowering plants to reproduce effectively, we need pollinators.Join the executive research team from

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More Than Migrants: Official Launch of the Grounded Project

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Join us on June 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. ET for the launch of The Grounded Project (a new pan-university and international research collaboration) featuring the virtual film premiere of More than Migrants. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion on social determinants of health of migrant workers chaired by Mathieu Poirier

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Visualizing Freedom Dreams

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with Professor Robin D.G. Kelley Distinguished Professor of History and Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History at UCLA Bushra Junaid, Two Pretty Girls... 2016. Archival photograph and archival text printed on backlit fabric panel, 176.8 cm x 89.5 cm. ©Bushra Junaid. In conversation with John Akomfrah & Bushra Junaid Moderated by Dr. Julie

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Polishing the Chain: Treaty relations in Toronto

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EUC Seminar Series 2021-22 Format: On-line webinar / panel discussions. What does it mean to be a treaty person in Toronto?   Toronto is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabek, Wendat and Haudenosaunee Confederacies. It is also one of the most culturally diverse cities on Earth. There is a web of interconnected and sometimes conflicting

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Film-Screening: The Changing Face of Iceland by Dr. Mark Terry

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Join us for a film and panel discussion on The Changing Face of Iceland with renowned filmmaker Dr. Mark Terry as he presents a polar documentary on the impacts of climate change on the island nation of Iceland. Touching the Arctic Circle at its north end, changes to Iceland's glaciers, land, flora, fauna, fish, economy,

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