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Events Guide


Mon January 28, 2019

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Upcoming Events

Exhibition: Grand Theft Terra Firma

Jan 29, 2019 to Mar 10, 2019

Text and image come together to challenge the moral authority of the settler narrative

Grand Opening: Grand Theft Terra Firma

Jan 29, 2019

New exhibit at Diefenbaker Canada Centre described as "an unflinching redress of Canada's colonial narrative"

Panel Discussion: Grand Theft Terra Firma

Jan 30, 2019

Exhibition at Diefenbaker Canada Centre uses video gaming language to reframe the settlement of Canada as a complex heist

Linguistics Movie Night: Chan is Missing

Jan 31, 2019

Showcasing films that explore aspects of language

Department of English Honours Colloquium

Feb 1, 2019

Graduating honours students will present short papers on their research in five separate sessions

The Writing on the Wall: The Work of Joane Cardinal-Schubert

Feb 1, 2019 to Apr 27, 2019

Circulated by Nickle Galleries, this touring exhibition shows the cyclical nature of the work of Joane Cardinal-Schubert

Science on Saturdays: Wonderful water

Feb 2, 2019

Join the science outreach team in the Museum of Natural Sciences for free hands-on science fun for the whole family!

Beads and Stone by Ruth Cuthand and Vanessa Hyggen

Feb 4, 2019 to Feb 8, 2019

Join the artists in the live creation of an art piece that blends materials and traditions

North Korea: Where are we now? Where do we go from here?

Feb 4, 2019

A lecture by Gordon Houlden, director of the China Institute at the University of Alberta

Rosamunde Festival Players in Concert

Feb 5, 2019

A free concert featuring the works of Bach, Brahms and Franck

Thinking Spatially About History and Onshore Oil Pipeline Spills in Canada

Feb 5, 2019

A lecture presented by the Department of History

Free Pizza with the Dean: Tuition Edition

Feb 6, 2019

Meet with Dean Peta Bonham-Smith and share your thoughts on the topic of tuition

Greystone Theatre presents The Cripple of Inishmaan

Feb 6, 2019 to Feb 16, 2019

Martin McDonagh's play runs from Feb. 6–16, 2019

Indigenous Storytelling in Practice: Official Launch of the Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling

Feb 6, 2019

Sponsored by the Departments of Indigenous Studies, English and Drama in the College of Arts and Science

Archaeology and Anthropology 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

Feb 7, 2019

Archaeology as Reconciliation: Community-Based Heritage Projects in Canada

Sorokin Lecture: A Professor Goes Internet Dating – and Learns About Entitlement and Sexual Market Value

Feb 7, 2019

Dr. Rima Wilkes (PhD), from the University of British Columbia, will give the 50th anniversary Sorokin lecture

Why Indigenous Literatures Matter

Feb 7, 2019

Dr. Daniel Heath Justice (PhD) discusses his recent book

Interactive seminar with Dr. Loleen Berdahl: Achieve Your Career Goals

Feb 8, 2019

Event aims to help PhD students prepare for careers both inside and outside of academia

Philosophy in the Community: What is Capitalism? The Point of Marx’s Critique

Feb 8, 2019

Philosophy in the Community: What is Capitalism? The Point of Marx’s Critique

Songs from the Land

Feb 8, 2019

Sherryl Sewepagaham presents a talk in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS)

University of Saskatchewan Jazz Ensemble concert featuring Michelle Grégoire

Feb 8, 2019

The student musicians of the USask Jazz Ensemble are joined in concert by acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer Michelle Grégoire

The Indigenous Scholars Speaker Series

Feb 15, 2019

Dr. Robert Alexander Innes (PhD) will present Genocide: The Killing of Indigenous People in the Cypress Hills in the 1880s

Tod Emel: A Forest

Feb 15, 2019 to Apr 20, 2019

Exhibition explores the impact of the mountain pine beetle epidemic on forests in British Columbia

(CANCELLED) Harpsichord and Violin Recital

Feb 26, 2019

Dr. Veronique Mathieu (PhD) of the Department of Music performs with special guest David Louie