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Humanities Week 2023

UVic Humanities Week is an annual, week-long series of events that showcase student and faculty research on contemporary social issues.

This year's theme, Food Matters, explores the everyday, controversial, contested and globally interconnected truths about food.

All events are free and open to the public!

Register now or learn more about the events at https://www.uvic.ca/humanitiesweek/

Chemistry seminar: Irina Paci, UVic

Computational modelling of chemical reactions at surfaces

Irina Paci, UVic

Advancing the UN SDGs through the CIFAL Global Network

Anthropology Colloquium Series

Explore Life, Faith & Meaning

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith as an introduction.

Building Character with Virtues

Building character means to strengthen and incorporate virtues such as kindness to develop self-reliance and how to set boundaries.

Access to Justice Issues in BC’s Family Law System

Presentation & Tasting: Sustainability, living wages for producers, & the ‘bean-to-bar’ chocolate movement

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT WEEK AT UVIC

(Ethical) Trade not Aid: supporting global south farmers and producers

Learn more about some benefits and challenges of direct trade and other forms of global sourcing practices aimed at supporting producers, small-scale farmers and farmer cooperatives in Asia, Africaand South America. More ethical trade, not development 'aid' might better support global south farmers and producers. Join one or both of these presentations to learn more and contribute to thisconversation!