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Graduate Conference in Global History: Violence in a Connecting World

Please submit a title and abstract (max. 300 words) and a CV in PDF format. Include your full name and contact information, including institutional affiliation. The deadline for submission is December 7, 2018. Send submissions to Heena Mistry and Elyse Bell at ghiq@queensu.ca.

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Diverse Futures | Organizers and Presenters, OCAD U alumni

We are Canada Diverse Futures. Diverse Futures is an idea that catalyzed us into the organizing committee for Futures Festival ’18. Chaired by the unstoppable Prateeksha Singh, we came together because we share an abiding and active commitment to diversity, inclusion, and plurality.

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8th Annual Creative Industries Symposium, Creativity Connected

Creativity Connected, our 8th annual Creative Industries Symposium, explores the uniqueness of creative industries. All creativity is welcome! The theme for this year’s Symposium is “Interaction of Technology and Creativity.” This event is the only one of its kind in the Greater Toronto Area, and it is a FREE event hosted by The Town of Richmond Hill’s Economic Development.

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16th Annual McGill-Queen’s Graduate History Conference, Call For Papers

The Graduate Students’ History Association in the Department of History at Queen’s University is pleased to invite submissions for its 16th Annual McGill‐Queen’s Graduate History Conference, which will be held 2‐3 March 2019 at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Please submit an abstract of no more than 400 words as well as a brief academic biography in Word or PDF format to mcgillqueens2019@gmail.com by 31 December 2018.

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Grad Studies Colloquia, 2018

Graduate students present their Thesis Work and Major Research Papers in progress. All welcome!

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