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Class Action: Human Rights, Critical Activism, and Community-Engaged Learning

On Thursday, January 24th, 2013 ICASP Project Director Ajay Heble will take part in the new McMaster University lecture series, the McMaster Seminar on Higher Education. Featuring lecturers who invoke timely questions of intellectual work and community engagement, in 2013 the McMaster Seminar on Higher Education will invite an international roster of noted speakers to address the university and the broader community about important social issues, including Ajay Heble (University of Guelph), Diana Brydon (University of Manitoba), and Angela Davis (UCLA, Santa Cruz). Heble's address at McMaster University will be called Class Action: Human Rights, Critical Activism, and Community-Engaged Learning. McMaster University scholars, Amber Dean (Assistant Professor in Cultural Studies and Gender Studies) and Walt Peace (Associate Professor in Geography and Earth Sciences), will respond to Heble's address.

We invite you to join Ajay Heble and us at McMaster University for this important lecture series and discussion.

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

McMaster Seminar on Higher Education
presents
Ajay Heble (University of Guelph)

Class Action: Human Rights, Critical Activism, and Community-Engaged Learning
with responses from: Amber Dean & Walt Peace (McMaster University)

McMaster University
Council Chambers
GH 111
1:00 - 3:00 pm

Please download a full poster here.

For more information on this lecture and others in the McMaster Seminar on Higher Education lecture series, please visit this page.

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