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26Sep2018
Cover image from the book The Constant Liberal by Christo Aivalis

Book Launch - THE CONSTANT LIBERAL Pierre Trudeau, Organized Labour, and the Canadian Social Democratic Left

Speaker: Christo Aivalis

The Department of History and the Toronto Worker’s History Project invite you to the book launch of The Constant Liberal: Pierre Trudeau, ...

Location: United Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St, Toronto, ON M5T 1N1

28Sep2018
Abel Faivre's WWI poster featuring a young unknown soldier

Abel Faivre's Unknown Soldier: The Material and Discursive History of an Iconic French WWI Poster

Speaker: Prof. Brett Bowles (Indiana University)

The mural poster that Abel Faivre created in late 1916 for the second national French war loan, showing a young soldier exhorting soldiers and civilia...

Location: Munk, 108N, 1 Devonshire Place, North House (corner of Hosking)

03Oct2018
Painting attributed to Ghasi. Maharana Jawan Singh of Mewar Receiving the Governor General of India, Lord William Cavendish Bentinck, February 8th, 1832, ca. 1832.Opaque watercolor, gold and silver on cloth

Sensory Travels: Landscape and Maps from Early Modern India

Speaker: Prof. Dipti Khera, Prof. Samira Sheikh

What kinds of representations of place and landscape did the colonial mapmaking project encounter when its great trigonometrical survey unfolded in ea...

Location: Room 208, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, 1 Devonshire PlToronto, ON M5S 3K7

19Oct2018
Image of William Doo Auditorium seating

Congress of Black Writers and Artists: An Argument for Black Studies in Canada

Black Congress is a two-day transdisciplinary symposium organized by graduate students at the University of Toronto. This event is hosted by the Women...

Location: William Doo Auditorium, New College, 45 Willcocks StToronto, ON M5S 1C7

19Oct2018
Image of Prof. Norman Naimark

IS THERE A WORLD HISTORY OF GENOCIDE?

Speaker: Prof. Norman M. Naimark (Robert And Florence McDonnell Professor Of East European Studies Stanford University)

The lecture will explore some of the conceptual problems that are involved in writing a world history of genocide. The question posed is really a rhet...

Location: The Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility, 1 Devonshire Pl, Toronto, ON M5S 3K7

26Oct2018
Caption: Jean-Pierre Bat in the CNRS archives

Les réseaux Foccart

Speaker: Jean-Pierre Bat (CNRS, Paris)

N.B.: This event will be presented in French. Archiviste-paléographe. Agrégé et docteur en histoire, chercheur affilié au CNRS (Institut des monde...

Location: Munk, 208N, 1 Devonshire Place, North House (corner of Hosking)

06Nov2018
Graziele Sena singing

Encounters: The Open Program at CDTPS (Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards)

Won't you join us? All the way from Italy, the actresses of the Open Program of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards wil...

Location: Performance Studio, 79 St George StToronto, ON M5S 2E5

06Nov2018
large group of people

Talk with Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang: Social Innovation and the Renovation of Democracy

Speaker: Audrey Tang

Abstract: Open, collective, experimental and sustainable. Taiwan’s first Digital Minister Audrey Tang’s talk will show what happens when people wh...

Location: 100A, Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St. George Street

08Nov2018
Ngo Dinh Diem votes in 1959

How Democratic Should Vietnam Be?: Anticommunist Nationalists and the Debate on the Constitutional Transition in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN), May-December 1955

Speaker: Prof. Nu-Anh Tran (University Of Connecticut)

Abstract: In the eyes of many foreign observers, one of the most puzzling aspects of the Republic of Vietnam (RVN, or South Vietnam) was the continual...

Location: 208N-North house, 1 Devonshire Place, North House

16Nov2018
Prisoners walking one in front of the other tied together while an officer looks on.

Living to Die, Living as the Dead: On Labor Power and Race in Hokkaido’s Settler Colonialism

Speaker: Prof. Katsuya Hirano (UCLA)

ABSTRACT: My talk advances consideration of the relations between the settler-colonial logic of elimination and the capitalist logic of exploitation t...

Location: 208N-North house, 1 Devonshire Place, North House

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