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From Vice Dean to Vice President-Dr. Chris Simpson on His New Role with Ontario Health

Dr. Chris Simpson, Vice-Dean (Clinical), School of Medicine at Queen’s University, Medical Director of the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Association and cardiologist at Kingston Health Sciences Centre has been appointed as Ontario Health’s Executive Vice-President, Medical, effective February 1, 2021. Dr. Simpson, who will overtake his new position on February 1st 2021 while still maintaining […]

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A Netflix Christmas

Because we are indeed in a lockdown, Taylor and Mike gives you some more Holiday movie options straight from Netflix! Taylor reviews The Christmas Chronicles, while also giving you a list of great Netflix Christmas movies. Mike also reviews A California Christmas, for some reason.

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The Happiest of Seasons

Screening in Kingston gets you set for the holidays with our first of two Christmas/Holiday movie themed episodes! This week we’re joined by Nicole and Missy who give us their thoughts on the best Christmas Movies. Our team reviews Happiest Season, the latest film from Clea DuVall starring Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis and Alison Brie.

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Facets of uneven development in the European border regime: The economic geographies of migrant camps in Greece

In the aftermath of the so-called “refugee crisis” of 2015-16, the migration regime consolidating in Europe entails the management of newcoming populations through their accommodation in camps. This talk will account for neglected aspects of this process in the case of Greece, focusing on the everyday economic practices, interactions and networks emerging in, around and […]

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Extended Episode: The New Black Studies Minor at Queen’s and Atlantic Sea Bird Research Discoveries

Dr. Katherine McKittrick, Professor of Gender Studies and researcher in the areas of black studies, anti-colonial studies, cultural geographies and gender studies joins us for the first 45 minutes of this special extended edition of Campus Beat.  McKittrick chats with us about the new Black Studies program at Queen’s University scheduled to launch in Fall […]

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Session 1: Fostering Inclusivity and Belonging in the Online Classroom

This fall our Knowledge Forum conference moved online and we were able to bring together our alumni and faculty to share their ideas and experiences about teaching and learning during a pandemic. We are excited to release these sessions on Popular Podagogy for your auditory enjoyment! Session 1 Dr. Andrew Campbell (DR.ABC) speaks about diversity […]

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“Emergency to Emergency”: Supporting Street Health through Song

Brittany Couto, Manager-Street Health Centre and Greg Tilson, local artist, arts organizer and co-founder/composer for Kingston band, The Gertrudes join us in this special episode of The Scoop. On December 11th 2020, The Gertrudes released a new single titled “Emergency to Emergency” in advance of their long-anticipated fourth studio release.  The single, available on bandcamp […]

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Time, Change, and University Life

20 November 2020  As our relations to time shift in the coronavirus crisis, this Fireplace Series conversation aims to spark interdisciplinary thought about the temporality of university life and its relationship to what appears to be sudden change. Queen’s University’s Elizabeth Hanson (English, FAS) and Elspeth Murray (Smith School of Business) meet for an impromptu […]

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