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Public Record - The Status and Experiences of Visible Minority Scholars


At the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences presents a panel discussion entitled “A Colour Blind Academy? The Status and Experiences of Visible Minority Scholars,” Ottawa, Ont., May 25, 2009. The panellists are Anthony Stewart (Dalhousie University), Aruna Srivastava (University of Calgary), and Darren Lund (University of Calgary). After speaking, the panellists take questions from audience members.

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