Discussion of Maya Wind’s New Book, Towers of Ivory and Steel: How Israeli Universities Deny Palestinian Freedom

Geography Building 1984 West Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Please join us for a discussion of Dr. Maya Wind’s new book, Towers of Ivory and Steel: How Israeli Universities Deny Palestinian Freedom (Verso Press), exploring how Israeli institutions of higher education are enlisted in Israel’s settler-colonial project. From campuses strategically built to anchor Israeli territorial expansion and Palestinian dispossession, through tailored degree programs for the military […]

Event Series BIPOC Coffee Hour

BIPOC Coffee Hour

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Join us for the kick off coffee hour on Thursday, April 18. The Anthropology Department is happy to host this ongoing opportunity for BIPOC students in Anthropology and other units to make connections and get to know one another. Light refreshments will be provided. The BIPOC coffee hour will be a recurring event, happening the […]

Event Series BIPOC Coffee Hour

BIPOC Coffee Hour

See Description +1 more

Join us for the kick off coffee hour on Thursday, April 18. The Anthropology Department is happy to host this ongoing opportunity for BIPOC students in Anthropology and other units to make connections and get to know one another. Light refreshments will be provided. The BIPOC coffee hour will be a recurring event, happening the […]

Event Series BIPOC Coffee Hour

BIPOC Coffee Hour

See Description +1 more

Join us for the kick off coffee hour on Thursday, April 18. The Anthropology Department is happy to host this ongoing opportunity for BIPOC students in Anthropology and other units to make connections and get to know one another. Light refreshments will be provided. The BIPOC coffee hour will be a recurring event, happening the […]

Mobilizing Knowledge Against Today’s Totalitarian Trends: Building an International Consortium of Concerned Academics

Liu Institute for Global Issues 6476 NW Marine Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

This mini-conference will feature twenty presentations by academics on global trends centralizing political authority, undermining judicial power, oppressing political opposition and independent journalism, and promoting cultural-cum-racial chauvinism. It will also hold open discussions and a planning session to better institutionalize Today's Totalitarianism consortium. Open to the public.

Free