Monthly Archives: February 2017

Trent University Critical Conversations About Canada Event: Canada 150

A special celebration for Trent alumni, friends and students at the Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau: February 27th, 6:30-9:00pm Distinguished Trent alumnae and faculty will engage in a moderated panel discussion about Canada on the World Stage. Panelists include Lucie Edwards ’73 (former Canadian High Commissioner and recipient of the Foreign Affairs Lifetime Achievement Award…
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Wiigwossi Jiimaanke (Making a Birchbark Canoe) Exhibit

Trent’s Indigenous Studies PhD program and the Indigenous Studies department invite students, staff and faculty to join them on a journey of resurgence—wiigwossi jiimaanke—building a birchbark canoe.. "Our wiigwossi jiimaan will be a both living being, and a functional vehicle. Building this jiimaan together, as a community and guided by Artists-In-Residence Kevin Finney and Jillian…
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Life According to Nature: The 2016-2017 Gilbert Ryle Lecture Series

Members of the Department of Philosophy at Trent University are pleased to announce the annual Gilbert Ryle Lecture Series will be delivered by Professor Catherine Wilson March 14 - 16, 2017. The series is titled: Life According to Nature. Moral Theory After Darwin Tuesday, March 14, 2017 4-6 pm – Bagnani Hall, Traill College ‘Life…
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