Other Contributions

In May 2017 I organized a fourth UR4_Poster_V3.4interdisciplinary graduate student conference at Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario. The conference featured 30 presenters from nine Universities. Dr. Donovan Schaefer (University of Oxford) presented the keynote address.

Generous funding was provided by the Queen’s School of Religion. For more details or to view the complete program, please visit the conference website.

 

 

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In May 2016 I organized a third interdisciplinary graduate student conference at Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario. The conference featured 23 presenters from nine Universities. Dr. Hilllary Kaell (Concordia University) presented the keynote address.

Generous funding was provided by the Queen’s School of Religion. For more details or to view the complete program, please visit the conference website.

 

 

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In April 2015 Sharday Mosurinjohn and I co-organized a symposium for the practice and theory of resisting, embracing, and understanding boredom. The symposium featured academic papers, a workshop, film presentations, and a musical performance.

For more details or to view the complete program please visit the conference website or listen to Sharday speaking about the conference and its goals in an interview with Marcella Bernardo on Vancouver radio station CKNW.

 

PosterIn March of 2015 I organized a second interdisciplinary graduate student conference at Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario.

There were twenty-one presenters. representing McGill, Concordia, Queen’s, Carleton, University of Toronto, University of Ottawa, and the University of Regina. Dr. William Arnal presented the keynote address.

Generous funding was provided by the Queen’s School of Religion. For more details or to view the complete program, please visit the conference website.

In March of 2014 I organized URC_white_Full_Res_01an international interdisciplinary graduate student conference at Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario.

The conference featured thirty presenters representing nine universities from three countries across two continents.

The conference also featured a panel discussion on the value of a Humanities education as well as a keynote address by Dr. Russell T. McCutcheon.

For more details or to view the complete program, please visit the conference website.