UPDATE: In light of recent events regarding COVID-19 and in support of social distancing, the TEDXOttawaSalon BOLD & BRILLIANT scheduled for April 8th is being postponed to a later date TBA.
UPDATE: In light of recent events regarding COVID-19 and in support of social distancing, the Shirley Greenberg Annual Lecture scheduled for March 26th is being postponed to a later date TBA.
Join faculty, students, alumni, and the Carleton University community in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Institute of African Studies! All are welcome to this all-day event, held March 12 at the Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, 355 Cooper St.
On March 7, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., thousands of people will gather on Parliament Hill in support of women’s rights, bodily autonomy, and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Join us to celebrate the publication of Israel, Palestine and the Politics of Race. Meet the authors and share a reception with good company.
Join author Paul Weinberg in conversation with Tim McSorley, National Coordinator of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group, for the launch of Weinberg's When Poverty Mattered: Then and Now.
Please join us on November 15 in our store for a reading by Chido Onumah from his provocative book We Are All Biafrans: A participant-observer's interventions in a country sleepwalking to disaster. This free event is presented in collaboration with the Institute of African Studies at Car
Dolly Jørgensen, Professor of History at the University of Stavanger, Norway, presents her lecture entitled "The Spectre of Extinction: Confronting Ghosts in the Museum".
Join us to celebrate the launch of new books by local Ottawa authors and Carleton University professors Sonya Lipsett-Rivera and Erica Fraser.
Join us in our store for readings from two new thrilling books by Montreal's Rana Bose and Ottawa's Daniel Beamish.
Join #1 New York Times bestselling author Kendare Blake for a talk about her dark, violent YA fantasy books and her writing process, with plenty of time for questions from the audience.
Hateful political and social divisions that can cascade into violence are threatening to pull the world apart. Responding to fear and aggression strategically and with compassion is vital if we are to push back against the politics of hate and live in greater safety and harmony.