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Yasmine Kandil & Joe Norris

Yasmine Kandil & Joe Norris

January 29, 2016

Kathy Lundy
Keynote: All I’s on Education:
Imagination, Integration, Innovation

January 30, 2016 AM

Jonathan Neelands
The Arrival
Migration is the social engine of history. The mass migration from Syria and Iraq to Europe in recent months has challenged the core democratic values of empathy and tolerance. In this practical workshop we will use Shaun Tan’s masterwork, The Arrival, and contemporary accounts and images of migration to explore the values of citizenship.

January 30, 2016 AM

Kathy Lundy
Pedagogy of Time and Place
How do you figure yourself out against the backdrop of history? In this workshop, participants will explore historical legacies of oppression in a drama connected to an event drawn from Canadian history.

January 31, 2016 PM

Carole Miller (Juliana Saxton)
I longs for bloo skys
The loss of a friend begins a journey to rediscover the courage we all need if we are to build places together where we can live in community. Margaret Wild’s picturebook, Woolvs in the Sitee, offers a rich and evocative context for exploring what we mean by “active citizenship.”

Supported by:

Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts (Walker Chairs), Brock University
Department of Dramatic Arts, Brock University
Studies in Arts and Culture, Brock University
Humanities Research Institute, Brock University
Recruitment & Liaison Services, Brock University