Beverley Diamond

“Re” Thinking: Revitalization, Return, and Reconciliation in Contemporary Indigenous Expressive Culture.

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Michaëlle Jean and Jean-Daniel Lafond

TO THE ARTS, CITIZENS! : Social Mediation through the Arts

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Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah

Society Matters: why should we value the Humanities?

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James Bartleman

Residential Schools: Have we forgotten our responsibility?

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Weaver, Johnson and Chuenpagdee

How Do We Build Resilient Communities in the Face of Climate Change?

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Gérard Bouchard and Graham Fraser

Pluralist Societies: what's their future?

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David Adams Richards

Threatened Identity: what do we lose when we lose the sense of place?

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Chief Shawn Atleo

First Nations Education: Can we afford to miss out?

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Antonine Maillet

Giving voice: Who speaks for the forgotten?

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Andrew Weaver, climatologist

How can Canadians keep their cool in a warming world?

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Congress Tweet Chat

Milena Stanoeva, Congress 2011 Team

Research Impact and the Federation will be hosting a live tweet chat on June 1st, from 1 until 2 pm Atlantic Time, exploring the theme of “Making the social sciences and humanities matter to Canadians.” The session will be hosted through the Twitter application Tweet Chat and will be moderated jointly by @researchimpact and @fedcan.

For those not in the know, a tweet chat is a real-time discussion over Twitter. Delegates can visit and sign in with their Twitter account. The hashtag to follow and use during the chat is #KMbCongress. Simply enter it in the “Enter hashtag to follow” box and tweet away.

For more information, or to view the step-by-step guide, visit the Mobilize This! blog.


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