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Intersections: New Approaches to Science and Technology in 20th C. China and India

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Fri., Apr. 8, 2011, 9:00am - Sun., Apr. 10, 2011, 6:00pm

April 8-10, 2011
York University

Keynote Lecture:

Cohort Spaces: Reflections on Creating Knowledge About India and China
Victoria Marshall, Assistant Professor of Urban Design at Parsons the New School for Design at the New School, New York
Saturday April 9, 2011

Nature of Knowledge in Indian Intellectual Traditions. Dr. Sundar Sarukkai, Manipal University. Circulating Knowledge Conference, July 21-23, 2010

Dr. Sundar Sarukkai discusses the nature of knowledge and Indian traditions. Alumni Hall, University of King's College July 22, 2010 Circulating Knowledge Conference, July 21-23, 2010 Video Credit: Vincenzo Ravina More:

Reading Artifacts: A Summer Institute in the Material Culture of Science. CSTM, Aug. 17-21, 2009

Mon., Aug. 17, 2009, 12:00pm - Fri., Aug. 21, 2009, 12:00pm

A Summer Institute at the Canadian Science and Technology Museum.

Organizer: David Pantalony

Please see attached report for more information.

Current issues in Darwinian Theory Workshop. Dalhousie University Oct. 14-17, 2009

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Wed., Oct. 14, 2009 (All day) - Sat., Oct. 17, 2009 (All day)

In celebration of the anniversary of the publication of Charles' Darwin's On the Origin of Species, this workshop included a set of three public evening lectures with over 400 in attendance.

Co sponsors: CIFAR, Dalhousie University, Australian Council and University of King's College

Health Legacies: Militarization, Health and Society Workshop. UofA Sept. 18-19, 2009

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Fri., Sep. 18, 2009 (All day) - Sat., Sep. 19, 2009 (All day)
A one day workshop to examine the human and environmental health consequences of war. 
Exploring the impact of militarization and demilitarization on the health and welfare of individuals, society, and nature. 

Addressing themes of gender, race, sexuality, public policy, politics, social justice, science, technology, medical experimentation, and the environment.