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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

CASCA: Conferences, Calls for Papers, Events/Colloques, Appels à communication, Évènements

Conferences and calls for papers/Colloques et Appels à communication:

Les colloques et appels à communication suivants viennent d'être ajoutés à
notre page web:

The following conference announcements and calls for papers have just been
added to our web page:

-CFP: Int'l Forum for Health Tourism, 18-20 Nov, Bucharest

-7th MAYS Annual Meeting - Call for Abstract - *Intergenerations,
temporalities, and medical anthropology*

-SfAA Annual Meeting - Deadline extended

-Have We Become Too Ethical? – Managing Vulnerability in human subject
research, 9 November 2015, University of Sussex

-ASA16 call for panels opens and keynotes announced

-CFP: Beyond Boundaries - MESAAS Graduate Student Conference, Columbia
University, 2016

-CONFERENCE: Practical Knowledge and Medical Practice in Ancient
Mediterranean Cultures (Berlin, Nov. 2-4, 2015)

-CFP: "An Injury to One: The Syndemics and Chronicities of Injured
Immigrant Workers"

-Call for Proposals: Advanced, Research Team, and Short Seminars at
the School for Advanced Research

-Call for tracks - 4S/EASST Conference 2016 in Barcelona

See them and others on our website:

Consultez-les ou voyez toute la liste en visitant notre site web:


Upcoming Lecture:
The Indian Residential School Legacy:
A Tragic Past, A Hopeful Future

The Hon. Frank Iacobucci

Tue Nov 3, 2015
7:00 pm

The Larkin-Stuart Lecture
Location: George Ignatieff Theatre (GIT), Trinity College, University
of Toronto
Contact: Cera

The Indian Residential School Legacy:
A Tragic Past, A Hopeful Future
A Lecture by The Hon. Frank Iacobucci

Please join us for this timely lecture, in which Former Justice
Iacobucci intends to talk on the events leading up to the recently
released Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report (TRC), namely, the
Indian Residential School (IRS) tragic experience, the efforts to
reach, and a description of, the Settlement of the legal claims
arising from the IRS episode, and the Truth and Reconciliation
Commission Report itself. He will also offer some comments about how
Canada can improve its relationship with Aboriginal people.

The Honourable Frank Iacobucci has had a varied career in private
practice, academia, government and the judiciary. He was born, raised
and educated in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he received his B.
Comm. and LL.B. from the University of British Columbia. He went on to
receive his LL.M. and Dip. Int'l L. from Cambridge University. He
began his career in 1964 as a lawyer at a large New York firm. In
1967, he joined the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, and was a
Professor of Law there until 1985. He successively served as
Vice-President, Internal Affairs, Dean of the Faculty of Law, and
Vice-President and Provost of the University. In 1985, Mr. Iacobucci
was appointed Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General
for Canada; in 1988, Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Canada; and
in 1991, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
The Honourable Frank Iacobucci retired from the Supreme Court of
Canada in June 2004 and served as interim President of the University
of Toronto from September 2004 until June 2005. On July 1, 2005, he
joined Torys LLP as Counsel and has served on a number of boards. He
was the Federal Government's Representative in the negotiations
leading to the settlement agreement in 2005 relating to Indian
Residential Schools, which is the largest financial settlement in
Canada. In February, 2013 he submitted his Report as an Independent
Reviewer for the Ontario Government on First Nations Representation on
Ontario juries. He has also acted for the Federal Government and the
Ontario Government on major matters involving alleged terrorists,
aboriginal people, Afghan detainees, and other issues. He is also
representing the Province of Ontario in its negotiations with the
Chiefs of the Matawa Council on the Ring of Fire and recently
completed a comprehensive report prepared for Police Chief William
Blair of the Toronto Police Services that relates to encounters of
police with people in crisis.
He has authored or co-authored numerous books, articles and
commentaries on a variety of legal and other subjects and is the
recipient of numerous awards and honours in Canada and abroad,
including honorary degrees in Canada and Italy, and his election as an
Honorary Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. He was appointed a
Companion in the Order of Canada in July, 2007.
The Larkin-Stuart Lectures, endowed in 1969, are co-sponsored by
Trinity College and St. Thomas's Anglican Church. The lectures are
named for Gerald Larkin, Trinity College's most generous benefactor,
who died in 1961, and Canon Cecil Stuart, longtime former Rector of
St. Thomas's Church, who died in 1966.

Reception following in The Buttery, Trinity College.

Workshop: "Exposure of Clinical Research Misconduct" - November 2015

International Workshop "Men in Movement: Trans/forming
Masculinities in Politics, Care and Media" to be held in Barcelona,
Spain 18-19-20th November.

This is the webpage:

Thank you/Merci

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