Monday, October 23, 2017
On September 27th, CUPE 3908s’ second unit reached a 4 year agreement with Trent University that secured increases in wages for 350 academic workers at Trent University. Most of the members of this union are graduate teaching assistants, although...
Come one, come all to Questioning Canadian Colonialism: Histories of Indigenous-Settler Alliances, an informative talk on an extremely prominent issue in Canadian society. This event will take place at Bagnani Hall at Catherine Parr Traill College (310 London Street),...
Trent had the pleasure of hosting a published author and Yale philosophy professor at Gzowski last week. Dr. Jason Stanley has published several books, his most recent titled “How Propaganda Works” which won the 2016 PROSE Award in Philosophy....
With the first two weeks of class now concluded at Trent University, new and returning students have gotten a feel for their surroundings. Such a task involves becoming used to upheaval in the 2017-2018 academic year; the Bata library...
At the end of this week, the 10th annual David Morrison Lecture in International Development will be hosted in downtown Peterborough. Each year, this lecture series aims to bring a distinguished international development scholar to disseminate their knowledge across...
Trent welcomes Jason Stanley, Professor of philosophy at Yale University, who will be speaking next week as part of the Gilbert Ryle Lecture series. Author of How Propaganda Works, and winner of the 2016 PROSE award in philosophy, Stanley...
Could you please give a brief description of 3MP? Three Minute Paper (3MP) is a competition for undergraduate students who are in an upper year course completing a major project or a thesis. The idea behind the competition is that...
On Saturday, January 28th from 9:30am to 4:00pm, a group of distinguished professors will gather in the First Peoples House of Learning to disseminate a parcel of their life works to attendees wishing to expand their minds at the...
On November 17th, Trent students and faculty members gathered in the Champlain Learning and Living Commons for yet another engaging panel discussion regarding recent major political developments around the globe. Hosted by the Departments of Political Studies and International Development, the...
Queer identities are complicated, multiple, multivocal, and intersecting. They cannot be reduced to simple movie tropes or infomercial clips. Queer identities collide, mix, re-form, create new identities, new ways of understanding the world. It was for this reason Cait...