Roundtable

Table-ronde

À l’occasion de la sortie du numéro spécial "Femmes et subjectivations musulmanes" de la revue Anthropologie et Sociétés, cette table-ronde invite à « explorer les conditions de possibilité (et d’impossibilité) de la subjectivation plurielle des musulmanes. La reconnaissance d’un tel mode de subjectivation, par lequel se construirait un sujet féminin « libre » dans des espaces collectifs fortement normés, exige cependant l’effort nécessaire mais ardu de décentrer, en la questionnant, la subjectivation individuée qui domine en Occident.

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"Femmes et subjectivations musulmanes"
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Wednesday 7 November 2018 à 11 h 30 to à 13 h 00
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Discussion dans le cadre de la Semaine du libre accès

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Alors que la Semaine du libre accès entame sa dixième année, peu de membres du milieu universitaire et de la recherche remettent en question les avantages pour le public de ce modèle de diffusion. Pourtant, le mode d’édition traditionnel, qui exige un paiement en échange d’un accès à la littérature savante, demeure la norme malgré l’adoption de politiques de libre accès par divers établissements de recherche et organismes subventionnaires. Les modèles du libre accès peuvent-ils supporter les réalités du monde universitaire?

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Les modèles du libre accès peuvent-ils supporter les réalités du monde universitaire?
Date: 
Thursday 1 November 2018 à 10 h 30 to à 12 h 00
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Open Access Week Roundtable Discussion

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As Open Access Week enters its tenth year, few in the academic and research community question the public benefits of this model of dissemination. Yet, traditional publishing requiring payment in exchange for access to scholarly literature remains the norm despite the adoption of open access policies by various institutions and funding agencies. Can the ideals of open access withstand the realities of academia? Join the conversation as researchers discuss their experiences of open access.

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Can the ideals of Open Access withstand the realities of academia?
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Thursday, 1 November 2018 - 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
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symposium: Always a Zero-sum Game?

Organized by Dr. Ummni Khan, the Joint Chair in Women's Studies (Carleton University and University of Ottawa), this one and a half day symposium aims to create open and respectful dialogue about the tensions -- real or perceived -- between academic freedom and anti-oppression principles.

French
Sub-title: 
Exploring Tensions Between Academic Freedom and Anti-oppression Principles
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Monday 24 September 2018 à 13 h 00 to Tuesday 25 September 2018 à 18 h 00
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Always a Zero-sum Game?

Organized by Dr. Ummni Khan, the Joint Chair in Women's Studies (Carleton University and University of Ottawa), this one and a half day symposium aims to create open and respectful dialogue about the tensions -- real or perceived -- between academic freedom and anti-oppression principles.

English
Sub-title: 
Exploring Tensions Between Academic Freedom and Anti-oppression Principles
Date: 
Monday, 24 September 2018 - 1:00 pm to Tuesday, 25 September 2018 - 6:00 pm
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Atelier sur l'anneau de fer pour étudiants internationaux

Avez-vous déjà remarqué un collègue porter une bague sur son petit doigt? Peut-être avez-vous vu celles de vos professeurs et autres membres du personnel?

En tant que diplômé d’un programme de génie complété à l’extérieur du Canada, vous n'êtes probablement pas familier avec le fameux anneau de fer, accordé aux diplômés lors du Rituel d’engagement de l’ingénieur.

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Saturday 11 August 2018 à 09 h 00 to à 13 h 00
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The International Graduate Student Iron Ring Workshop

Have you noticed a ring on your colleague’s pinky finger? Alternatively, those of your professors and professional staff?

As a graduate from an Engineering program completed outside of Canada, you may not know about the Iron Ring bestowed through The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer.

The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer offers an opportunity to those who are in the engineering profession or who are about to enter the profession to obligate themselves to the high standards of integrity which the profession has established.

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Saturday, 11 August 2018 - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
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Making Liberal Internationalism Great Again:

English

The liberal world order is under threat. The rise of populism and Far Right movements, the increasingly isolationist foreign policies of the United States, and the growing strength of non-liberal powers like China and Russia indicate that the institutions and values that have governed the post-war world order may no longer be taken for granted. 

Join us for this Roundtable where scholars from Canada, Denmark and Norway debate the role, possibilities and obstacles of middle power liberal internationalism in the current political climate.

Sub-title: 
What Role for Middle Powers in the New World Order?
Date: 
Tuesday, 29 May 2018 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
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Women, Activism and Social Change

The Sociology and Anthropology Graduate Student Association (SAGSA) from the University of Ottawa invites you to its annual conference entitled Women, Activism and Social Change. This year’s interdisciplinary conference provides a platform for students and academics to critically assess how women are currently contesting their grievances and how they are mobilising as political activists to bring meaningful and sustaining change in and across their societies.

English
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Wednesday, 18 April 2018 - 8:30 am to Thursday, 19 April 2018 - 4:30 pm
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Femmes, activisme et changement social

L’association des étudiants des cycles supérieurs en sociologie et anthropologie (AÉCSSA) de l’Université d’Ottawa vous invite à sa conférence annuelle dont le thème est Femmes, activisme et changement social. Il s’agit d’une conférence interdisciplinaire qui offre aux étudiants et aux universitaires une opportunité d’évaluer de façon critique la manière dont les femmes contestent leurs griefs et se mobilisent comme activistes pour mener des changements significatifs et durables dans et à travers leurs sociétés.

French
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Wednesday 18 April 2018 à 08 h 30 to Thursday 19 April 2018 à 16 h 30
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