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Anthropology Annual Public Lecture to focus on juvenile violence

On March 23, the Anthropology Annual Lecture, presented by the Department of Anthropology in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, returns to being in person for the first time since the pandemic started.

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BOUND features four stories told by Zulfikar Hirji, Raina Younes, Dr. Nadiya Vasdani and Cindy Rivers

Anthropology Professor Zulfikar Hirji featured in opera-film ‘BOUND’

York University Associate Professor Zulfikar Hirji at the Department of Anthropology in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies is one of four life stories featured in the contemporary hybrid opera-film BOUND presented by Against the Grain Theatre (AtG).

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Michelle Wyndham-West

PhD Alumni, now OCAD faculty, publishes a book based on dissertation

PhD alumni, Michelle Wyndham-West, who is now on the faculty at OCADU, has published a book based on her dissertation. Making Gender: Big Pharma, HPV Vaccine Policy, and Women's Onttological Decision-Making launches Oct. 27.

Unpacking Human Trafficking in Canada: An Introduction with Dr. Nicole McFadyen

From simple stories to complex realities, Ep. 1 of our Introduction to Human Trafficking Healthy Talks Series is now live! Join Dr. Nicole D. McFadyen as she unpacks the myths and facts about human trafficking in Canada.

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14, Signal Vol. 12, Aging, Inclusion and Homelessness

In this podcast: discussion on housing for seniors, income and gender disparity, and cognitive difficulties amongst the older population with Dr. Andrea Iaboni and Dr. Michelle Wyndham-West.

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