Colloquium is located in BAC 325 from 2:30 - 4:30 on the following dates:

(Students arrive at 1:30 pm)

September 2017:

8  – Student Orientation (BAC 325)

15 – Writing Workshop (BAC 325)

22 – SSHRC Grant Writing and Library Research Skills - Students bring your computers – BAC 210

29 – Dr. Rachel Brickner “Two Ways of Thinking about Labour Organizing” Department of Politics, Acadia University (BAC 325)

October 2017:

13 – Upper-level Student Thesis Proposal Presentations/Updates (i.e., all students who have not defended)  (BAC325)

27 – Dr. Paul Abela “Atheism, Naturalism and Modernity” Department of Philosophy, Acadia University (BAC 325)

November 2017:

10 – Dr. Sam Opondo “Colonialism, Race and the Mediation of Estrangement” Department of Politics and African Studies, Vassar College (BAC 325)

17– Dr. Nissim Mannathukkaren, "Are Alternative Modernities Possible? Reflections from the Ground" Department of International Development Studies, Dalhousie University (BAC 325)

24 – SPT Review Faculty Student Conversation (BAC 325)

January 2018:

19 – Dr. Can Mutlu “Architecture, Design and Security” Department of Politics, Acadia University (BAC 325)

February 2018:

2 – Dr. Brenda Trofanenko “TBA” Department of Education, Acadia University (BAC 325)

23 – Dr. Yasser Abdel Ramin, “Conflict, Violence, and Visual Methodologies: framing and discourse analyses of photo-albums of Egyptian revolutions and ISIS digital magazines” Visual Communication, Department of Mass Communication and Media, The Gulf University of Science and Technology, Kuwait. (BAC 325)

March 2018:

2 – Dr. Loralea Michaelis “Temporality and the Failing Revolution in Horkheimer's Critical Theory” Department of Politics, Mount Allison University (BAC 325)

9 – SPT Review Faculty Student Conversation (BAC 325)

16– Dr. Gamal Abdel-Shehid “Franz Fanon's Theory of Psychiatry: The Promise and the Paradox” School of Kinesiology and Health Science, York University (BAC 325)

April 2018:

6 – First Year Student Thesis Proposal Presentations (KCIC Auditorium, 2:30-5:30 pm)