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2011 Archives

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Date of Presentation Presenter Title of Presentation
21-Jan-11 Joseph Boyden
Canadian writer of novels, short stories & nonfiction AU writer in residence
"Am I Allowed to Make it Up? The Art of Writing Historical Novels"

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18-Feb-11 Dr. Emma Pivato "Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD): Where are they now?"

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18-Mar-11 Dr. Virginia Vandall-Walker Dr. Caroline Park (AU) Dr. Kim Munich
Nursing Instructor, BCIT Nursing Program
"Formal Student Debating: Does it Work Online?"

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15-Apr-11 Dr. Rhiannon Bury "Television 2.0: Media Fan Engagement in the Age of Multiple Screens and Social Media"

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20-May-11 James Gifford "Canadian Landscapes in Fletcher's Poetry and Translations: 1867-92"

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24-Jun-11 Dr. Leslie Johnson "Trumplines: A Look at the History and Ethnobiology of Northwest Coast Burden Straps"

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23-Sep-11 Mary di Michele "The Flower of Youth: Pier Paolo Pasolini Poems"

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21-Oct-11 Liam Connelly
State and Legal Studies
"Death, Dying and Lawyers: Legal Issues Related to Personal Directives"

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18-Nov-11 Dr. Alvin Finkel
State and Legal Studies
"Class Dismissed: Where Working People's History Fits into the History of Alberta"

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16-Dec-11 Josh Evans
Global and Social Analysis
"Learning from abroad, experimenting at home: Urban policy mobility and place-based poverty reduction strategies in Canada"

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