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Events

  • Saturday, November 17 - 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    "Write-in" Days for Doctoral Students
    "Write-Ins", also known as writing boot camps, are full-day sessions where doctoral students bring their laptops and their work (theses, comps, assignments) to write in a quiet space, uninterrupted, for the day. They are designed to give you a pleasant and supportive place to write, alongside fellow thesis travelers. During the session, no talking, social media or phone calls allowed in the room. Faculty are on-hand if you choose to step out to consult about any aspect of your doctoral thesis proposal or drafts.
    Location: OISE 11-164


    More info: http://uoft.me/OISEworkshops
  • Tuesday, November 20 - 3:00 - 4:30 PM
    Career Planning and Resume Workshop
    Learn about the career planning process and how to write a resume that effectively captures your experiences and skills.
    Registration required; seats are first come first serve.
  • Wednesday, November 21 - 12:00 - 1:30 PM
    CLSEW Speaker Series: Ontario's Minimum Wage Increase - Two Differing Viewpoints
    Speakers Jordan Brennan, UNIFOR and Dan Kelly, CFIB will discuss the Ontario's Minimum Wage Increase.
    Location: OISE Rm. 3-104

  • Wednesday, November 21 - 12:30 - 1:30 PM
    Is Colonizing the Spirit Possible?
    Brown Bag Seminar with Dr. Njoki Wane
    There is no universal definition for spirituality since it implies a relationship with what people variously refer to as the life force, God, Creator, the higher self or purpose, or the Great Mystery. What is essential, however, is how one defines their own spirituality or spiritual practices. The context of spirituality differs from individual to individual and from group to group.
    For many people, it encompasses a sense of wholeness, healing, and the interconnectedness of all things. In this presentation, I reflect on different notions of spirituality. In particular, I look back to the time I became aware of my spirituality as an academic; also, when I started to reflect on whether my spirit was really colonized or it had become dormant during my colonial education and lifestyle.
    I situate the presentation on the following questions: How did the spirit get colonized if at all? At what point did the spirit give in the colonial pressure? How can the spirit be decolonized or awaken if needs be? How can spirituality be a decolonizing tool? Why do we need to reconnect the intellect with the spirit? Are these new debates or a resurgence of old debates that are more acceptable now in our everyday conversation in our colonial institutions than they were a number of decades ago? How would you define teaching pedagogy that is spiritually driven? How can we create an inclusive space using spiritual lens?
    In this presentation, I draw from the African American spirituals, in particular their practices from 1930s to 1960s to show how the spirit become subsumed in everyday experiences through either activism, resistance or emotional sustainability. In addition, I will show how the spirit became a tool of resistance, social injustice and economic empowerment. I situate my presentation on African spirituals and African Indigenous theoretical frameworks.
    Location: OISE, Room 12-252

  • Thursday, November 22 - 3:00 - 5:00 PM
    Women and Revolution in the Middle East: Art, Cultural Production and Resistance
    This event will reflect on feminist struggles and resistance in the Middle East through informative speakers and inspiring art that captures the essence of resistance in the region. The event will also reflect the dynamic culture of resistance through music and performance.
    Location: OISE Library

  • Tuesday, November 27 - 12:00 - 1:00 PM
    Your Teaching Resume Workshop
    Learn how to write a professional teaching résumé that strategically markets your skills and experience as a teacher to the hiring committee at a potential school.
    Registration required; seats are first come first serve.
  • Tuesday, November 27 - 4:00 - 5:15 PM
    Seminar: Are school textbooks decolonisable? Entanglements of the 'colonial present' in Israel and Palestine
    CIDE Seminar with Dr. André Elias Mazawi, UBC
    How should school textbooks be understood within contexts of intractable politico-military conflicts and in contexts of struggle for self-determination? Sociologist of education Dr. André Elias Mazawi of UBC discusses this question and more in a seminar on November 27. Presented by the Comparative, International & Development Education Centre (CIDEC) and Youth, Activism and Community (YAC), Equity Studies, New College. Tune in online at: https://zoom.us/j/661234725
    Location: OISE, Room 7-105


    More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/cidec/
  • Wednesday, November 28 - 12:30 - 2:00 PM
    APHD Colloquium Series
    Speaker: Dr. Felix Warneken (Topic: Early Cooperation)
    Join us for this month's talk on the topic of early cooperation with Dr. Felix Warneken. All are welcome!
  • Wednesday, November 28 - 2:00 - 3:00 PM
    Connected Educators Webinar: Learning Experience Design-(Re)designing the Way We Learn
    When you look at the different ways we can learn today the possibilities seem endless. How can we benefit from all these possibilities? How do you choose the best option when there are so many out there?
    Join expert learning experience designer, Niels Floor, as he explains his approach in finding answers to these questions. By combining his creative skills and educational expertise, Niels strives to design exceptional learning experiences.
    In this webinar, Niels will take you through what learning experience design is and why it's relevant for learning and development professionals today.
    Register today, at: https://uoft.me/lxd-cew13
    Questions about the webinar?
    Contact:
    oise.cpl@utoronto.ca
    or
    416-978-2474
    Location: Online


    More info: https://uoft.me/lxd-cew13
  • Wednesday, November 28 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    LHAE and DSA present: Career Development for Grad Students
    This workshop is designed to help you obtain work in your field.
    Location: OISE Rm. 6-184

  • Monday, December 3 - 12:00 - 1:00 PM
    Flexible Futures for Teachers
    ORSS and Career Centre Career Workshops
    Learn how to identify and use transferable skills to explore additional opportunities beyond the classroom.
    Registration required; seats are first come first serve.
  • Monday, December 10 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    OISE Winter Wonderland and Community Skate
    Celebrate the holidays with a magical evening of ice skating, hot chocolate, treats, off-ice games, prizes and other fun surprises at Varsity Centre Arena! Bring your friends and families - all are welcome.
    Free skate and helmet rental will be available, but bring your own if possible as numbers are limited.
    This is a free and indoor event. RSVP today.
  • Wednesday, December 12 - 12:30 - 2:00 PM
    APHD Colloquium Series
    Postdoc Feature with Dr. Angela Nyhout, Dr. Kaila Bruer and Dr. Alessandra Schneider
    Join us for the first-ever APHD Postdoc mini-series covering talks on counterfactual thinking, technology & child witness honesty, and parenting across cultures. All are welcome!
    Location: EJICS (56 Spadina Rd) Room 363


    More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/aphd/Home/News_Events/Colloquia_Series/index.html