The Walrus Talks Boundaries
How divisions shape our lives, what lies between borders, and what membership means now.
Keith Banting, Stauffer Dunning fellow, professor emeritus, Queen’s University, and advisor, CIFAR
Samra Habib, writer, photographer, and activist
Adrian Owen, professor of cognitive neuroscience and imaging, Western University, and Koerner fellow and co-director, Azrieli Program in Brain, Mind & Consciousness, CIFAR
Paige Raibmon, professor, department of history, University of British Columbia, and fellow, CIFAR
Prerna Singh, associate professor of political science and international studies, Brown University, and fellow, CIFAR
Mary Soderstrom, writer
Armine Yalnizyan, economist, Atkinson Fellow on the Future of Workers
Monday, September 23, 2019
6:30 p.m. Doors Open
7 p.m. The Walrus Talks
Join us for a catered reception following the event to continue the conversation.
Canadian Museum of History
100 Laurier Street
Gatineau, QC (National Capital Region)
CIFAR is a Canadian-based, global charitable organization that convenes extraordinary minds to address science and humanity’s most important questions.
The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by The Walrus. Each event offers thoughtful, inspiring thinking from scholars, writers, performers, scientists, artists, business leaders, and more.
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