This podcasted footage features remarks and responses to questions from the Queen’s University Rector Open Forum which took place at the John Deutsch University Centre on Jan. 24th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM. Opening remarks on procedure were made by AMS Secretary of Internal Affairs, Mr. Lucas Borchenko. Rector Candidate Sam Heimstra follows with opening remarks and their responses to a series of questions. Video of the proceedings was provided by and is available through Studio Q via the Alma Mater Society facebook page.
If you’re a fan of musical theatre in Kingston, you’ll know our guest. She has been singing on stage since Grade 3! Join us on this podcast for our conversation with Maryanne Wainman. Music in this episode: “If we hold on together” / Diana Ross
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This episode features a set of three paper presentations. The panel examines different understandings of our relationships with the land and particularly highlights those traditional relationships which are challenging the western and colonial interpretations of relationships to the land. Featuring: Jeff Corntassel (University of Victoria) “How will the Land Recognize You? Regenerating Indigenous Relationships Amidst Reconciliation Discourses” Burke Hendrix (University of Oregon) “Land as a Matrix for Responsibilities of Reciprocity” Cindy Holder (University of Victoria) “Indigenous Peoples’ Human Right to Land”
Topic: “TEDx Annual Conference Overview: Grad students discuss what it means to do a TED talk
This week, Mike and Taylor both review The Two Popes as they continue to set up the 2020 Oscars and announce the plans for the 2nd annual Oscars Pool opening on January 23 and closing just before the awards! It is free to enter, all you need is an email and first name, learn more on this episode and follow Screening in Kingston on Social Media to get the website link.
Ep. 6 Beyond Canada – Flies on the Wall: Police Surveillance and the French Foreign Ministry (1774-1791)
Sean Patrick Marrs talks to Claudia about his experiences of delving into French Espionage in the Archives. They touch on the significance of history, stories in the archives and some ethical tensions with looking at dated material. Host: Claudia Hirtenfelder (the International Student Affairs Commissioner for the SGPS) Guests: Sean Patrick Marrs (History, Queen’s University) Bed Music: Mafikizolo Featuring Uhuru singing Khona Featured Song: Edith Piaf – Sous le ciel de Paris Image: The image in the poster is a microfilm discussing the Swedish spy discussed in the episode; the second image is Sean’s from Paris Royal
A look at the evolving world of funerals and a new cremation technique called Alkaline Hydrolysis. Some call it a green form of cremation. Host : Elizabeth Macdonald. Guest : Colin Wartman , Wartman Funeral Homes in Kingston and Napanee.
Broadcasted on Friday, January 17, 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, you’ll hear an eclectic mix of recordings: US poet William Stafford, Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, and Ontario dub poet Chet Singh. In the second hour, you’ll hear poetry by Canadian poet Norman Cristofoli, followed by triphop spoken word with the Austrian based group Sofa Surfers, and then a collaborative performance by US storyteller Utah Phillips and musician Ani DiFranco.
The Kingston Family Y is now the YMCA of Eastern Ontario. A ‘coming together’ happened last year and that has opened up so much more potential. Listen in to our conversation with ROB ADAMS, the CEO. Music in this episode: “Sing A Song” / Earth, Wind & Fire / LP “Live in Tokyo”