On Sunday, Sept. 25 at 10:30 a.m. at De Still Books in the Plateau (351 Duluth Ave E.), Andrew Katz (English) will be celebrating the official launch of the English version of his book, A STARLIT TRIP TO THE LIBRARY. Kid-friendly event and all are welcome! Read the Montreal Review of Books review of A…
There’s a new French article database at the Library!
Cairn is a French-language platform which provides full-text access to French-language popular magazines (nine), scholarly journals (500+), and e-books (14,000+) on topics ranging across the humanities and social sciences. Popular magazine titles include Pour la science, Cerveau & psycho, and Sciences humaines.
Create a Cairn account (Mon Cairn) and build reading lists, retrieve consulted articles, get weekly newsletters of new content, and follow authors and/or journals to be alerted when they publish something new.
Questions? Email us at Ask-a-Librarian.
Our classrooms can mirror oppressive structures in our society. Those who wish to build an anti-racist future can work toward including more narratives, histories and teaching methods in their classrooms. This was the message of Jamilah A.Y. Dei-Sharpe, who gave the closing presentation at Intercollegiate Ped Day 2022 on Jan. 14 and presented her Anti-Racist…
The Psychology Profile teamed up with the Peace Centre to invite Dr. Michael King (see bio below) to speak to students on Oct. 27. Dr. King joined us virtually during a General Psychology class that forms a learning community triad with an Anthropology and a History course, under the theme of Race, Ethnicity and Migration. The talk on radicalization…
Fair Trade Handbook book launch is Oct. 1 at Dawson
Framed within the common goal of advancing trade justice and South-North solidarity, The Fair Trade Handbook presents a broad interpretation of fair trade and a wide-ranging dialogue between different viewpoints.
North-South Studies in partnership with the Sustainability Office is hosting the book launch for The Fair Trade Handbook this Friday, Oct. 1 at 11:30 a.m. during the North-South Seminar in 5B.16.
For more about the book: https://fernwoodpublishing.ca/book/the-fair-trade-handbook
If you wish to attend, please email GFrias@dawsoncollege.qc.ca
There is a major initiative to prevent cyberattacks at public institutions across Quebec. “If I could only say one thing to colleagues, it would be: ‘don’t click on a link in an email before thinking,’” said François Paradis, Director of Information Systems and Technology at Dawson College. Email is #1 entry point Network Security Analyst…
Dawson’s white pine and its great meaning
For almost two years, Dawson’s white pine has stood near the Peace Garden just west of the main entrance at 3040 Sherbrooke Street West.
Click Read More to find out more about the significance of the white pine and to see a 14-minute video segment of Kanien’kehá:ka storyteller and Sub Chief Aronhiaies Herne's lecture at Dawson. This video is a suggested activity for Dawson's Earth Weeks.
Last Modified: September 21, 2022