In this webinar for Canadian scholars at any stage of their careers, presenters Stéphane Émard-Chabot, Jennifer Andrews and Chantal Richard provide an overview of the legal principles and processes used to assess defamation in the context of academic work.
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Critique and Transformative Alternatives: Re-imagining Futures Within and Beyond the Global Pandemic
The Canada Association for the Study of International Development welcomed keynote speaker Dr. Jayati Ghosh at Congress 2022, presenting “Critique and Transformative Alternatives: Re-imagining Futures Within and Beyond the Global Pandemic.”
In a keynote address to the Canadian Communication Association, Dr. Jack Halberstam (Professor of Gender Studies and English, Columbia University) gave a detailed examination of the concept of ‘unworlding.’ Halberstam considered the Congress 2022...
10 years after the ‘Maple Spring’: Legacies, strikes, and movements for change in the education system and beyond
Ten years ago on May 18, 2012, Bill 78 was passed in Quebec in response to the Maple Spring (le Printemps érable) student strikes. This was an attempt to force students back to classes and limit their ability to protest, after months of strikes. To...