Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning
Department of Geography and Planning
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SNID seminar, Molly Kane & Firoze Manji, Nov 30, 1pm, MC D214

Please join us next week, November 30, for our final talk of 2017.

1:00 - 2:30 pm  Mackintosh-Corry D214 

Molly Kane & Firoze Manji

“After the Apocalypse:  Decolonization and Reparations”  (pdf, 538kB)

Firoze Manji will speak about the process of dehumanisation associated with colonization and developmentalism, and the creative potentials of emancipatory struggles. 


GPPL Emerging Research Series, Nov 27, 6:30-8:30p.m., MC E229

Hello Geographers & Planners,

The Emerging Research Series is seeking participants interested in presenting established or evolving research projects to a supportive audience.

The upcoming session will be on Monday, November 27 at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at Mac-Corry, room E-229. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether undergraduate, masters or doctoral students in Geography and Planning, whether you wish to share your emerging research results, your proposal, or practice for an upcoming conference or talk. 


IIGR, Let's Talk: A Conversation about Canada and Quebec, Nov 20, 9:15 a.m-2:45 p.m., University Club

Let's Talk: A Conversation about Canada and Quebec (pdf, 816kB)

Please join us for a set of panels on Nov. 20, 2017, about the Quebec Affirmation Policy and Quebec’s place in Canada more broadly. We have a distinguished roster of speakers who will discuss issues related to constitutional and non-constitutional options for change, indigenous governance and the recognition of indigenous peoples within and outside Quebec, and more.  


School of Policy Studies - Margaret Biggs, Nov 16, 12:00-1:00pm, 202 RSH

Margaret Biggs

Matthews Fellow in Global Public Policy, Queen’s University; Chairperson, Board of Governors for the International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

Global Education for Canadians: Equipping Young Canadians to succeed at Home and Abroad 

Thursday Nov. 16, 2017, noon to 1 pm
Robert Sutherland Hall, 138 Union Street, Room 202