Culture and Identities in Canada and Mexico

jeudi, 3 octobre 2019 - 2:00 pm4:00 pm
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Personne-ressource: 
Anna Bogic
Courriel: 
abogic@uottawa.ca
Téléphone: 
613-562-5800
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2664
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Global Affairs Canada, Embassy of Mexico

Presented by CIPS, Global Affairs Canada and the Embassy of Mexico

To mark the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Canada and Mexico, the Centre for International Policy Studies, the Embassy of Mexico and Global Affairs Canada invite you to the third of a series of panels exploring various facets of the relationship.

Listen to three distinguished panellists speak to the themes of culture and identities in Canada and Mexico. Explore the respective and intertwined social fabrics of these two North American neighbours through discussion topics ranging from nationalism to the representation of Mexican nationals in Canadian cinema.

Panelists:

Graciela Martínez-Zalce Sánchez, Director, Centre for Research on North America (UNAM)

Jesús Silva-Herzog Márquez, Tinker Visiting Professor, University of Chicago

John Ralston Saul, Author and Essayist, Co-founder of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship and 6 Degrees

Moderated by Marie-Josée Massicotte, Director of the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies (UOttawa)

Free event, open to the public.

Registration: Eventbrite.