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Interdisciplinary Humanities Institute at the University of Toronto | 2019-20 Theme: "Strange Weather"
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U of T Environment Jul 15
Professor Steve Easterbrook, Director, School of the Environment, collaborates with the to create the "What We Can Do" handbook as part of their Canada's Changing Climate series.
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Sara M Grimes Jul 15
We made the UofT News! “Digital generation: U of T researchers work with UN to support children's rights online”
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Jackman Humanities Jul 15
You know the argument that your humanities degree will get you nowhere? Turns out that humanities-related skills are in high demand, even in tech and finance
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UVic Humanities Jul 4
"We need people who can think critically, react, solve problems and have that high level of intelligent agility and adaptability that will enable them to be successful in any role." Read why the tech sector is hiring more liberal arts grads
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Jackman Humanities Jul 8
“It is about the real world, the reality of my life and many other people spread out across the planet; it’s not speculative.” is our 2019-2020 Distinguished Visiting Fellow (October 7-11, 2019)
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Jackman Humanities Jul 8
Replying to @lanietreen
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network Jun 26
‘Climate apartheid’: Rich people will buy their way out of the environmental crisis while the poor suffer, UN warns
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Jackman Humanities Jul 2
Our new annual theme - - has begun! Stay tuned over the next few weeks for highlights about working groups, fellows, artist in residence and much more
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Jackman Humanities Jun 28
Today is your last chance to view Reading Faces, Reading Minds, an exhibition that seeks to complicate how we think about perception. Curated by MVS Curatorial student Lillian O’Brien Davis
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Jackman Humanities Jun 27
Would you like to tell the what kids think about growing up in a digital age? researchers are looking for kids aged 10-18 yrs in the to take part in a study/consultation on Children's Rights in the Digital Environment
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Art Museum Jun 25
June 28 is your last chance to see Reading, Again at the , featuring works by Nadia Belerique, Laurie Kang, Katherine Knight, Wanda Koop, Colin Miner, Henri Vergé-Sarrat. Curated by MVS Curatorial student Lillian O’Brien Davis.
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Jackman Humanities Jun 24
Talise Beveridge - a 2018-19 JHI undergraduate fellow offers some advice to future students
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Jackman Humanities Jun 24
Listen as one of JHI's 2018-19 Fellows explores what she calls "Woke Washing" - whether brand ads empower women or obscure realities about the way many transnational corporations operate
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Jackman Humanities Jun 19
Replying to @JHIevents
Yes, October 7-11. We haven't finalized the details yet, but they'll be available closer to the date
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Tim Sayle Jun 19
Canada Declassified is growing! This article explains how 5 outstanding students spent the month of May sifting through declassified documents from and preparing them for the website! Thanks to Scholars-in-Residence!
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Jackman Humanities Jun 19
Take a few minutes and treat yourself to another installment from our 2019-2020 Distinguished Visiting Fellow Amitav Ghosh's gripping new book, Gun Island
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Jackman Humanities Jun 18
wrote about our Scholars-in-Residence (SiR) program which offers undergrads opportunities to contribute to faculty research projects while building collaborative relationships with peers and professors
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Jackman Humanities Jun 18
We're thrilled that Amitav Ghosh will be our 2019-2020 Distinguished Visiting Fellow during our annual theme . Here's an opportunity to read an extract from his newest book, Gun Island
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Art Museum Jun 17
June 28 is your last chance to see Reading, Again at the , featuring works by Nadia Belerique, Laurie Kang, Katherine Knight, Wanda Koop, Colin Miner, Henri Vergé-Sarrat. Curated by MVS Curatorial student Lillian O’Brien Davis.
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Jackman Humanities Jun 17
JHI is gearing up for a busy 2019-2020! Starting July 1: our annual theme , new working groups, fellows, artist in residence and much more. Stay tuned for some highlights over the coming weeks
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