This week Mike reviews the action and character packed Midway and Taylor reviews Parasite and kicks things off with some very exciting news/an announcement!
CAN DEREK AND THE DOMINOS FOLLOW UP LAYLA? FIND OUT ON ONE-HIT WONDERS: THE FOLLOW UPS! BELL BOTTOM BLUES DEREK AND THE DOMINOS OOH TO BE AH, KAJAGOOGOO I OWE YOU LOVE, BRIGHTER SHADE OF DARKNESS RHAPSODY IN BLUE, DEODATO TRAIN OF GLORY JOHNATHON EDWARDS BABY RUTH, SAILCAT
Download now for campus news for the week of November 18th 2019!
“Time of Your Life Nov.18 …. The Politics of Art The Time of Your Life’s Carole Weir interviews Kingston artist Pat Shea about his background, career and how politics influences his art. “
Liying Cheng Professor, Faculty of Education What’s in a Grade? Host: Barry KaplanSynopsis: Dr. Liying Cheng is a professor of teaching English as a second/foreign language and Peer Research Consultant in the Faculty of Education at Queen’s University. She is also the director of the Assessment and Evaluation Group at Queen’s and was a recipient of the 2017 Prize for Excellence in Research, Queen’s signature internal research honour. Her research interests include the impact of large-scale testing on instruction, the relationship between assessment and instruction, and teaching and learning English for academic purposes. She has obtained research funding totalling more than $1.7 million and conducted more than 220 conference presentations with more than 140 publications.In this episode, Dr. Cheng discusses her project, “What’s in a Grade? A Multiple Perspective Validity Study on Grading Policies, Practices, Values, and Consequences.” She discusses the importance of understanding the teaching and learning values embedded into a given grade. Her project focuses on China and the interpretation of grades by multiple stakeholders with a comparison to a Canadian context.Please visit the Faculty of Education for more information about Dr. Cheng’s research. Samuel Dahan Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Queen’s National Scholar Algorithms and Precedent: How AI Can Provide Open-Access Legal Continue Reading
Date: October 31, 2019Venue: Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D214Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PMSpeaker: Georgina Riel, Hugh Segal, Kyla Tienhaara, and Colin Grey, chaired by Jonathan Rose This episode is a recording of the October 31st 2019 SNID post-election panel analyzing the 2019 Canadian federal election. The panel featured Georgina Riel, (Kingston political commentator), Hugh Segal (Queen’s School of Policy Studies), Kyla Tienhaara (Global Development Studies, environmental specialist), and Colin Grey (Queen’s Law School, immigration law specialist), and was chaired by Jonathan Rose (Queen’s Department of Political Studies).
Did you miss the Installation Ceremony of Queen’s University’s new Principal, Dr. Patrick Deane on November 12th 2019? CFRC 101.9 FM was on site to record the Installation featuring a moving speech by Principal Deane and the presentation of Honorary Degrees to Daniel Woolf and John Joseph Borrows. Tune in and catch up on this wonderful moment in Queen’s University history!
Broadcasted on Friday, November 15th, from 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, from an event held at The Book Shop in Tamworth on October 19, you’ll hear readings by John Steffler reading from his “Forty-One Pages: On Poetry, Language, and Wilderness”, and Stan Dragland reading from his “The Difficult”. The readings were followed by a Q&A that will bleed a few minutes into the 2nd hour. In the second hour, from the October 1st ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading in that monthly series, you’ll hear as yet unaired readings by Justin Gow, Lee-Ann Taras, Tia Lunn, Ken Chin, Sarah Emtage, Lyle Merriam, Sasha Hill, Joshua Schyff, Alyssa Cooper, Adrienne Yee, Brent Raycroft, Eric Folsom, and me.
Date of Lecture: November 14, 2019; Venue: Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D214; Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30; PM Speaker: Beverley Mullings, Queen’s University. Across the Caribbean diaspora remittances are a faithful source of capital that has been a vital social safety net and source of local economic investment for many individuals and communities. But recent efforts by governments to leverage control over these flows of financial capital threaten this lifeline in ways that constitute a ‘war’ on remittances. The growing interest of states, international organizations and financial investors in Caribbean remittance economies reflects an emerging mode of governance built upon the logics of financializaton that is blurring the relationship between finance and security. In this talk, I examine the impulses behind this emerging regulatory infrastructure by identifying the strategies, regulations and procedures at work in an emerging financialization/securitization nexus that is reinvigorating new forms of coloniality, imperial control and abandonment in the Caribbean. About the Speaker: Beverley Mullings, Queen’s University Beverley Mullings is a professor in the Department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s. Her research is located within the field of feminist political economy and engages questions of labour, social transformation, neoliberalism, and the politics of gender, race and class in the Caribbean and its diaspora. She is interested in the long-term effects of neoliberalization in the Caribbean on Continue Reading
Siobhan Speiran talks to Claudia about her pathbreaking PhD research on the lives of primates in rescue centers in Costa Rica. They discuss why this research is significant, the challenges of doing research in a different context, across species divides, and the opportunities for creating meaningful policy changes from PhD work. Host: Claudia Hirtenfelder (the International Student Affairs Commissioner for the SGPS) Guests: Siobhan Speiran (Environmental Studies, Queen’s University) Bed Music: Mafikizolo Featuring Uhuru singing Khona Featured Song: Patiño – milagrito de amor