Science for Peace: “Big Business and the Re-shaping of North America”
Science for Peace continues their “Vital Discussions of Human Security” weekly lecture schedule this Fall 2014.
Their upcoming lecture is “Big Business and the Re-shaping of North America.”
Guest Lecturer: Dick Roman, Associate Professor Emeritus, Sociology, University of Toronto. Author of Continental Crucible.
When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014, 4:00-6:00pm
Where: Rm SS-2117, Sidney Smith Building, 100 St George St, University of Toronto
Cost: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!
This week’s questions:
- Who are the CCCE, BRT, and CMHN and how are they changing your world?
- How are “Free Trade” treaties domestic policy?
- Was NAFTA imposted on Canada and Mexico by the U.S.?
Vital Discussions of Human Security schedule, Fall 2014 term
Most lectures are in University College, Room 140 (UC-140), except for 1 Oct, 22 Oct, and 19 Nov, which are in the Sidney Smith Building, 100 St George St, room 2117 (SS-2117).
22 Oct “Big Business and the Re-shaping of North America” SS-2117
Richard Roman, Associate Professor Emeritus, Sociology, University of Toronto
29 Oct “Alternatives to Fossil Fuels: Is the Bio-Economy the Answer We’ve Been Looking For?” UC-140
Kean Birch, Assistant Professor, Business & Society Program, York University.
5 Nov “Israel: A Nation-State?” UC-140
abraham Weizfeld, Ph.D. UQAM, Toronto-raised Jewish refugee descendent.
12 Nov “The Politics of Decay: Nuclear Nationalism” UC-140
Emily Simmonds, Ph.D. Candidate in Science and Technology, York University
19 Nov “Education for Security Leaders: A Global Survey and Research Agenda” SS-2117
Lt. Col. (ret.) David Last, Associate Professor of Political Science, Royal Military College
26 Nov “Revolution, War and Terrorism: Evidence From the Family Photo Album.” UC-140
Jack Wayne, Ph.D. Founder of Canadian Scholars Press.