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Avie Bennett Historica Lecture spotlights suffragists and Indigenous Peoples

  Sarah Carter Award-winning author and Native Studies Professor Sarah Carter, from the University of Alberta, will deliver the 2018 Avie Bennett Historica Canada Public Lecture in Canadian History on Sept. 27. Carter’s talk, titled “Prairie Settler Suffragists and Indigenous People,” will draw from her upcoming book, Ours By Every Law of Right and Justice: […]

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Kathleen Winter is feature author at Oct. 2 Canadian Writers in Person lecture

  Acclaimed Canadian author Kathleen Winter will read from her poignant novel Lost in September (Random House) on Oct. 2, when she is the featured guest at York University’s Canadian Writers in Person Lecture series. Winter’s writing has been continually recognized with nominations and awards. Her novel Annabel earned high acclaim and was shortlisted for […]

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New book offers a definitive examination of sustainable supply chain management

  York University Professor Hassan Qudrat-Ullah has authored a new book on sustainability in supply chain management. The book, titled Innovative Solutions for Sustainable Supply Chains (2018), is published by Springer. Hassan Qudrat-Ullah The book presents the latest tools, techniques and solutions that decision makers use to overcome the challenges faced by their sustainable supply […]

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City Builders launches with exhibit, presentation and film screening

    Gilberto Fernandes A multi-faceted event at York University will celebrate the launch of City Builders, an exciting project that highlights the fascinating history of Toronto’s construction industry. The launch for “City Builders: A History of Immigrant Construction Workers in Post-war Toronto” takes place on Sept. 28 with two special events that showcase the […]

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Two York researchers named 2018 SSHRC Impact Award finalists

  York University researchers Professor Carla Lipsig-Mummé and Professor Andrea O’Reilly in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (LA&PS) are shortlisted for the prestigious Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Impact Awards. The Impact Awards identify the highest achievements of SSHRC-funded research, knowledge mobilization and scholarship. Lipsig-Mummé, who teaches in the Department […]

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DARE winners display summer research at inaugural celebration

  The first cohort of the Dean’s Award for Research Excellence (DARE) winners will showcase their exceptional work completed in the summer of 2018 and under the leadership of professors from the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (LA&PS). Dozens of student participants will attend the Sept. 20 event to present their research posters […]

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CanLit stars will give readings at this year’s Canadian Writers in Person series

  If you love meeting talented writers and hearing them read from their published work, or just want to soak up a unique cultural experience, don’t miss the opportunity to attend the Canadian Writers in Person Lecture Series, which launches its 2018-19 season on Sept. 18. The series features 11 authors who will present their work, […]

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Lecture explores ‘queer regional imaginary’ in works of contemporary artists

  An exploration of queer diaspora in the context of contemporary art will be the focus of the upcoming annual lecture presented by York University’s Graduate Program in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies and the Centre for Feminist Research. The lecture, titled “Queer Archives, Regional Archives: The Unruly Visions of Sheba Chhachhi and Akram Zaatari,” […]