Lecture Series, 2002

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Citizenship, Identity, Equality in a Pluralistic Society

January – March 2002

January 24

Kenneth McRoberts
Principal, Glendon College, York University

“Multiculturalism Vs Multinationlism: Understanding Diversity in Canada”

January 31

Livy Visano
Professor, School of Social Sciences, York University

“Legislating Citizenship: The Culture of Canada’s Multicultural Policy”

February 7

Antonio D’Alfonso
Poet; Publisher, Guernica Editions

“We Could Have Been Contenders”

February 21

Francesco Loriggio
Professor, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture, Carleton University

“Italian Studies, the Univesity Curriculum, and the Politics of Recognition”

February 28

Wsevolod W. Isaijw
Robert F. Harney Professor Emeritus of Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies, University of Toronto

“Multiculturalism: Thirty Years Today and Hence?”

March 14

Vincent Del Buono
Consultant, International Law and Justice

“Chasing Rainbows: Adapting to an Ever-changing Definition of What It Is to Be Canadian”

March 21

Fulvio Caccia
Writer, Consultant

“Multiculturalism: A Return to Colonial Conservatism or Model for Postmodern Society?”