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Has the Law Changed for Mothers?

Posted: March 8, 2021 12:00PM - March 8, 2021 1:00PM
Location: Online
Inequalities of the law for working mothers with Amanda Watson and Clea Parfitt ...more

The Juggling Mother: CBC's Michelle Eliot in conversation with author Amanda Watson

Posted: March 8, 2021 2:00PM - March 8, 2021 4:00PM
Location: Online
On International Women's Day, join us for a conversation about COVID, motherhood, and paid and unpaid work. ...more

Launch and Panel Discussion: A Complex Exile

Posted: February 12, 2021 10:00AM
Location: Online via Zoom
Centre for Research on Security Practices at Wilfrid Laurier University hosts a virtual book launch and panel discussion for Dr. Erin Dej's recently published A Complex Exile: Homelessness and Social Exclusion in Canada. ...more

New Perspectives from David Nicandri on Captain Cook and the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Posted: February 11, 2021 4:00PM - February 17, 2021 7:00PM
Location: YouTube
Two virtual prresentations: New Perspectives from David Nicandri on Captain Cook and the Lewis and Clark Expedition ...more

Beyond the Book, A discussion on The Creator’s Game

Posted: February 3, 2021 4:00PM - February 3, 2021 5:00PM
Location: Online via Zoom
Join author Allan Downey (MA '08, PhD '14) and Laurier's Director, Indigenous Initiatives Melissa Ireland (MSW '17) ​for a fireside chat as we take the conversation on The Creator's Game Beyond the Book and discuss Indigenous culture, identity and the history of the game of lacrosse. ...more

Voices of Saanich: Wendy Wickwire

Posted: January 26, 2021 7:00PM
Location: Online via Zoom
The Voices of Saanich is a very apt name for Wendy Wickwire's career as an anthropologist who has delved deeply into the oral history that inspired BC's indigenous people for millennia. Her most recent book, At the Bridge, is a biography of ethnographer James A. Teit. A tireless Indian rights activist, Teit spent four decades helping British Columbia’s Indigenous peoples in their challenge of the settler-colonial assault on their lives and territories. ...more
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