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This talk outlines a new interpretation of the making of global cultural policy since 1945. Using UNESCO as a case study, I argue for reading cultural policy in relation to the fate of the globalizing postwar economy. I outline three stages in the history of global cultural policy frameworks – postwar liberal cosmopolitanism, the development

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Dept. of English Research Talk with Professor Brouillette: “Toward a Marxist Theory of Cultural Policy”

A panel discussion with: Bill Fairbairn, Inter Pares; Catherine LeGrand, McGill University; Jean Daudelin, NPSIA at Carleton University, and moderated by Cristina Rojas, Political Science at Carleton University

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The Colombian Peace Process: Where to Now?

This week’s Global Discovery workshop provides Carleton University students with information about International Experience Canada. This program,managed by the federal government, helps Canadians between the ages of 18 and 35 with the opportunity to travel, work and live in one of Canada’s partners countries for up to two years.Two guest speakers from the Government of

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Global Discovery – What Carleton students need to know about International Experience Canada

Born Social has announced its participation in The Global Challenge! 1125@Carleton invites Carleton University students and recent graduates to take part in its newest addition to the program. Join us on Friday, December 16th from noon to 1 pm to hear more about this exciting initiative! The Global Challenge is a partnership with RECODE, the

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The Global Challenge Information Session

A moral dilemma occurs when only one action is possible to resolve a situation, however sound moral reasons support each of the possible actions. Since 2000, neuroimaging studies have produced much data on the neural processing associated with moral judgements, along with disagreement about their interpretation. Focusing on two contrasting forms of moral reasoning –

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Annemarie Wolff (Royal Ottawa Hospital’s Mind, Brain, Imaging, and Neuroethics) speaking on: Event related potential and neural dynamics of consequentialist moral decision-making

with speaker Chantal Trudel, Professor, Industrial Design, Carleton University Wednesday, December 7, 2016 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Sunnyside Library, 1049 Bank St., Ottawa (Parking at the library or street parking nearby.) FREE EVENT ALL WELCOME How are technology considerations and human-centered design principles influencing the design of our healthcare system? This talk will discuss trends

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Ingenious Talks: HEALTH CARE PLANNING AND DESIGN

A panel with presentations by: Gülden Özcan, PhD Candidate, Carleton University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology “Pacification as Purification: Understanding Turkish National Security’s ‘Cleaning Job’” Çağlar Dölek, Visiting Scholar, Carleton University, Department of Law and Legal Studies, “The AKP’s Contested Police Project: On the State, Class and Security in Turkey” Simten Coşar, Visiting Professor, Carleton

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JurisTalk | “Turkey’s Security-Freedom Impasse: Crisis, Regime Change, Violence”

Biology Seminar Series: Everyone Welcome Sexual selection driving speciation and cryptic selection on traits; examples from Gryllusand Drosophila Dr. Frances Tyler Tuesday, December 6 at 1:00pm, CTTC 4440Q Coffee and tea will be available at 12:30pm Host: Bertram Lab Tweet @CarletonBioSem

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Biology Seminar Series: Sexual selection driving speciation and cryptic selection on traits; examples from Gryllusand Drosophila

Calling all artists in the Carleton community!!! Deadline to submit your work is January 5th! Carleton University Art Gallery invites you to submit your artwork to The 4th Carleton Community Art Exhibition. This exciting and popular exhibition celebrates the creativity of the Carleton community. The artworks showcased are all created by Carleton students, faculty, staff,

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DEADLINE: The 4th Carleton Community Art Exhibition

Calling all artists in the Carleton community!!! Carleton University Art Gallery invites you to submit your artwork to The 4th Carleton Community Art Exhibition. This exciting and popular exhibition celebrates the creativity of the Carleton community. The artworks showcased are all created by Carleton students, faculty, staff, and alumni! You are invited to submit up

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The 4th Carleton Community Art Exhibition

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