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Joint Gathering 2018

The Joint Gathering 2018, held from Jan. 16-18 in Vancouver, BC, attracted over 500 delegates. Co‑hosted by BC Assembly of First Nations, First Nation Summit, Union of BC Indian Chiefs and the Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC), the Gathering encouraged respectful and open conversations to identify areas of collaboration to advance First Nation interests.

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Object Biographies: Artist’s Lives through their Archives

Legacy Maltwood| at the Mearns Centre – McPherson Library
Lekwungen territory

Guest Lecture: Composer Linda Bouchard

Canadian composer Linda Bouchard talks about her recent works All Caps No Spaceand Convocation of Eagles.

Supporting Indigenous marine conservation planning: a case study of the Songhees Nation

Elena Buscher's Final Oral Examination for the Degree of Master of Science inEnvironmental Studies

Colloquium: Music in the Hispanic & Italian World

Open access in the age of surveillance technology: Fighting for ground in the public imagination

Does the influence of surveillance technology in our academic and everyday information practices have any bearing onthe open access movement? How might the open access movement fruitfully respond to these issues in ways that deepen its purpose while further serving the academic community and the broader public?

Chemistry seminar: Francesco Paesani


Francesco Paesani
, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UC San Diego
"Modeling Hydration, One Molecule at a Time: Towards Realistic Computer Simulations Through Many-Body Models and Data-Driven Algorithms"
Host: Dennis Hore

Anthropology Colloquium

ȾEL¸IȽĆ / c̓əl̓íɫč – Indigenizing municipal land use planning in Cordova Bay


Dr. Brian Thom: Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Victoria