Monthly Archives: April 2015

The 2015 Kenneth Mark Drain Chair in Ethics Lecture Featuring Dr. Brad Park

The Kenneth Mark Drain Lecture: Dr. Brad Park's talk: "Open and Mindful: The Deference of Consciousness and the Dawn of Moral Comportment." Plus, exclusive music from Ian Tamblyn. Prof. Park earned his Bachelor’s degree from Trent in Philosophy and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii. He is an associate professor of Philosophy at…
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Just the Music! (Trent Talks Episode 2): The Lonely Parade

An interview with Lonely Parade singer/guitarists Augusta Veno -- plus songs from each of the band's two long plays: "Stomach" and "Long Winter Split" (remixed by James McKenty). We chat about their quick rise to local success, influences, the Peterborough music scene, the impact of academia on songwriting, and what is next for this young…
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Just the Music! (Trent Talks Episode 3): Nick Ferrio

Starting next season, we'll be having "Just the Music" and "Just the Lecture" mini-casts that will feature individual segments of the show.  "Just the Music" will feature interviews, new music, music from the Trent Radio archives and -- just maybe -- live music from the Trent Talks studio. This week, the segment gets a trial…
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The 2015 Margaret Laurence Lecture Featuring Martha Friendly

The 2015 Margaret Laurence Lecture, featuring childcare/early childcare expert/activist, Martha Friendly. Martha Friendly is Canada’s leading child care advocate and a major architect of policy thinking on child care issues. With over forty years of involvement in child care/early childhood education, she is currently the Executive Director (and founder) of the Childcare Resource and Research…
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