Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 5:00pm
Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 6:30pm
Event Location
MacEwan Library Facebook

Join us for the launching event of the 2021 Interdisciplinary Dialogue Project: (Mis)Relating in Times of Pandemics

Join us for the launch of MacEwan's 4th Interdisciplinary Dialogue Project! The Interdisciplinary Dialogue is an annual campus-wide teaching and learning project that invites students, faculty, staff and the public to explore social justice issues together across the winter term. This year, the project topic is COVID-19’s Calls to Reimagine Relations. Over the course of four events, we will be exploring this topic from the perspectives of history, misinformation, racism, decolonization, arts creation, and more. Our opening panel, (Mis)Relating in Times of Pandemics, will consider past, present, and possible ways of relating with one another during widespread crises. The featured speakers are: Jonathan Roberts, Associate Professor and Chair of History, Mount Saint Vincent University (History of Pandemics) Timothy Caulfield, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Health Law & Policy, University of Alberta (Misinformation & Pseudoscience) Moderator Chelsea Vowel, BEd, LLB, MA (Language, Gender, Métis Self-determination & Resurgence) More information is available on the Interdisciplinary Dialogue Project webpage:

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