March 22, 2017 4:00 PM - 5:30 PMArts (Student) Lounge, Arts & Convocation Hall building (main floor)
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In consideration of the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation, this Kule Connect Cafe will invite critical looks at our Constitution. We invite researchers from all disciplines across the social sciences, humanities and fine arts to bring their perspectives, connect and discover mutual research interests, including but not limited to Native Studies, law, political science (including comparative politics), history, women's and gender studies, environmental studies, philosophy, economics, and communications.
Short (2-3 mins), snappy synopses of ongoing and prospective constitutional research projects will be presented by
- D'Arcy Vermette (Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Native Studies)
- Catherine Bell (Professor, Faculty of Law)
- Eric Adams (Associate Professor, Faculty of Law)
- Cameron Jefferies (Assistant Professor and Borden Ladner Gervais Bowker Fellow, Faculty of Law)
Please RSVP via the short Google form at www.bit.ly/2aZQj2C (if you have difficulty accessing the form, you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Light refreshments will be provided. Bring your business cards/handouts, and share with those you meet!
Hosted by the Kule Institute for Advanced Study, Faculty of Arts in partnership with the Centre for Constitutional Studies, Faculty of Law.
About the Kule Connect Cafés
The Kule Connect Cafés is a new informal networking event series open to all U of A faculty, post-docs and grad students in the social sciences, humanities and fine arts to connect and discover mutual research interests and resources across the University of Alberta in pursuit of developing cross-disciplinary research teams. It is a casual forum for research ideas at an early stage of formulation. No formal program, and no 'outcomes' are required!
To propose a theme for future cafés, email email@example.com or drop by our office at 337 Arts & Convocation Hall (themes should be broad enough, e.g. energy and climate change, migration and refugees, medical humanities, indigenous languages etc.).
For more information about KIAS: www.kias.ualberta.ca