Category Archives: ogr

Anthropocene at the AGO

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Jarring, amazingly well-done. A snapshot of human’s influence on the planet. The work of Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier at the AGO.

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And Now Fall Arrived

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with multicoloured shades and mushrooms under trees

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When Summer Was Here

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the bumblebees flew and the berries grew

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The Academic Conference Genre Revisited

“Doing conferences differently” by Ilya Afanasyev, Nicholas Evans, and Nicholas Matheou is an interesting blog entry outlining an alternative approach to organizing and participating in academic conferences. By now, I have myself been to a good number of conferences to … Continue reading

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MOA

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Gendered Trends in Publishing

This is an interesting article about the underrepresentation of women authors in political science journals. “Gender Gap Without Gender Bias?” by Colleen Flaherty. Inside Higher Ed, June 12, 2018. The authors of a recent study on this issue explored different … Continue reading

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Ghost Bike

Beautiful ghost (or is it shadow?) bike sitting at the intersection of an urban place of grief.

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Pros and Cons of Open Access

I have grown interested in the debates on open access, for what they tell us about access to information but also for what we can learn about internet communications today.  Nature has published an op-ed by Kate Worlock outlining some … Continue reading

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Evaluation of the Sustainable Development Goals

Beautiful city: Guanajuato, Mexico. Enriching conference: Evaluation of the  Sustainable Development Goals. Thanks to the Canadian Evaluation Society Educational Fund (CESEF) for supporting my participation in this conference.

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The West End Sex Workers Memorial

In 1982, a local by-law expelled sex workers, many of them trans sex workers, from the area where they worked the on-street sex trade in Vancouver’s West End. Many of them were fined as they sought to continue carrying out … Continue reading

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