What Is CanLit’s Most Famous Turning Point Meal?

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Readers often refer to turning points in literature—those plot developments that alter a character’s situation or fortune. But how does food play a role or set the stage for these View Original

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Networking Global Communication in and Beyond the Age of Social Media

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Sunday, October 14, 2018 – 08:30

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Candis Callison: Arctic Journalisms, Civic Spaces, and Indigenous Publics

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Thursday, October 25, 2018 – 16:00

Arctic Journalisms, Civic Spaces, View Original

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Responsible journalism in the age of hyper-polarization

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018 – 17:30

For many observers, the View Original

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Did we already know that?

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For anyone who has ever given a talk using computational methods the response, “But didn’t we already know that?”, looms large in your consciousness. Nothing feels more deflating…and frustrating. I View Original

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