UTSC Speakers Series

University of Toronto Scarborough introduces a four part series of academic discussions examining developments affecting Canada as we celebrate Canadian Perspectives in this the 150th year since Confederation.

May 1 - The Growing Left/Right Political Divide in Canada and the United States:  Under the microscope of U.S. media coverage, the political environment in the United States seems unusual. But is it? Are we really that different in Canada? How do both countries compare when it comes to an historical and cross-national perspective of politics in a democracy? Talk will be given by Professor Chris Cochrane, Department of Political Science

Time:  10 a.m. to 12 p.m.      Location: Environmental Science & Chemistry (EV on map) Building, Catalyst Centre, 1065 Military Trail

To register for this *FREE* series see: registration details, or please contact deanadmin@utsc.utoronto.ca or +1 (416) 208-2978          

Complimentary parking in Lots G and H will be provided - exit passes will be given out at the registration table, on the day of each event.  Refreshments will be served.

Professor Chris Cochrane (Photographer Kevin Kelly)

May 1 - Growing Left/Right Political Divide in Canada and the US

Professor Chris Cochrane is the author of Left and Right: The Small World of Political Ideas.

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April 10 - Canada and Global Health

Professor Anne-Emanuelle Birn served as Canada Research Chair in International Health from 2001 to 2013.

April 3 - Arts and the Future of Health

Professor Andrea Charise is the lead developer and instructor of Canada’s first undergraduate curriculum in Health Humanities.

April 24 - Is Canadian Federalism Up to 21st Century Policy Challenges?

Professor Grace Skogstad is Chair of U of T Scarborough's Department of Political Science