Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: lecture

Diving into the phenomenon of vagueness

Last Wednesday, Professor Diana Raffman from the Department of Philosophy presented a talk on vagueness, addressing the central question, “What is vagueness and why...

Discussion versus lecture in class

Many of us dread it: having to speak in class. Whether you’re naturally shy or just plain don’t like the sound of your voice, whether you’re studying humanities or even some social sciences, it’s going to happen to you.

Snider Lecture Series kicks off

On Wednesday the UTM Snider Lecture Committee presented this year’s Snider Lecturer, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, an internationally trained Gaza doctor.

Ian Brown lectures at Wordstock

On Saturday, October 2, 135 writers—both students and graduates—flooded the Rogers Communication Centre at Ryerson University. Wordstock, an annual writing festival organized by the...

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