Social Sciences Building, 120 University

Street address: 
120 University
Code: 
FSS
Campus: 
main

Hanna Halaburda, Bank of Canada

English

Abstract:

Sub-title: 
When Smaller Menus Are Better: Variability in Menu Setting Ability
Date: 
Tuesday, 7 November 2017 - 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
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Event language: 

William Thompson, University of Rochester

English

Will present a paper

Sub-title: 
Claims Problems; An Introduction and Some Results on Operators
Date: 
Friday, 3 November 2017 - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Intended audience: 
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Book launch

English

Book : Power through Testimony. Reframing Residential Schools in the Age of Reconciliation. (en anglais seulement)

Sub-title: 
Sociology and Anthropology week
Date: 
Thursday, 9 November 2017 - 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Event language: 

Lancement de livre - Power through Testimony

French

Livre : Power through Testimony. Reframing Residential Schools in the Age of Reconciliation. (en anglais seulement)

Sub-title: 
Semaine de sociologie et anthropologie
Date: 
Thursday 9 November 2017 à 12 h 00 to à 14 h 00
Event language: 

Learning from Denan

French

LEARNING FROM DENAN: A MODEL
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT

TOWARDS MORE EQUITABLE INTERNATIONAL
HEALTH RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS: A
SYMPOSIUM

This Symposium highlights lessons from a SSHRC  -
supported initiative that engaged the University of
Ottawa, the University of Jigjiga in the Somali Region
of Ethiopia and a local NGO, the Organization for
Welfare and Development in Action (OWDA)


Sponsored by: Institute of Feminist and Gender

Sub-title: 
Towards More Equitable International Health Research Partnerships: A Symposium
Date: 
Thursday 2 November 2017 à 15 h 00 to à 17 h 00
Event language: 

Class struggle and resource curse in South America

Thomas Chiasson-LeBel is a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow affiliated with the department of Latin American and Latino Studies of the University of California Santa Cruz. His dissertation (2016 – Political Science, York University) discusses the importance of the class struggle in setting the role the extractive sector plays in the development models of Venezuela and Ecuador. His current research compares strategies of domestic conglomerates in Ecuador and Bolivia to face left-wing governments.

English
Sub-title: 
Presented by CIPS and The International Political Economy Network (IPEN)
Date: 
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Event language: 

Contemporary Security Politics and Territorial Integrity

For much of the history of the modern state system, the presence of a military force in a given territory was tightly linked with authority over that territory. That is, the territory on which a state’s military was stationed was either an integral part of that state or a subjugated territory. In contemporary politics, however, this linkage has become contingent, as is apparent in the advent of the long-term, peacetime stationing of military forces abroad either in the form of a foreign military base or the presence of internationally-mandated peacekeeping forces. 

English
Sub-title: 
Presented by the Security Studies Network
Date: 
Thursday, 16 November 2017 - 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Event language: 

The Legacy of Africa’s First Elected Woman President

After 12 years and two terms as Liberia’s president, Africa’s first elected female head of state –  Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – will leave office in January 2018. President Sirleaf’s election in 2005 was widely heralded as a victory for women’s empowerment and her contributions to women’s rights were given the highest recognition with the award of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011.

French
Sub-title: 
Presented by CIPS and the Africa Study Group
Date: 
Wednesday 15 November 2017 à 12 h 00 to à 14 h 00
Event language: 

The Legacy of Africa’s First Elected Woman President

After 12 years and two terms as Liberia’s president, Africa’s first elected female head of state –  Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – will leave office in January 2018. President Sirleaf’s election in 2005 was widely heralded as a victory for women’s empowerment and her contributions to women’s rights were given the highest recognition with the award of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011.

English
Sub-title: 
Presented by CIPS and the Africa Study Group
Date: 
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 - 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Event language: 

Le « tournant décolonial » dans la pensée latino-américaine.

French

L’École d’études sociologiques et anthropologiques et 

l’Association Canadienne  des Sociologues et Anthropologues de Langue Française (ACSALF)

 vous invitent à la conférence de:

 

Luis Martinez Andrade, Ph. D (Université catholique de Louvain)

 

 Le « tournant décolonial » dans la pensée latino-américaine. 

Critique de la modernité dans la théologie de la libération

Sub-title: 
Critique de la modernité dans la théologie de la libération
Date: 
Monday 6 November 2017 à 14 h 30 to à 17 h 00
Event language: 

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