What does the economic crisis in Europe mean for the future of the European Union? That’s the question York faculty from economics, public policy and history will grapple with at a round table discussion tomorrow. Round table Discussion: The European Union in Crisis? will take place from 2 to 4pm at 305 York Lanes, Keele […]
Why does homosexuality incite vitriolic rhetoric, hate and violence around the world, and does homophobia operate differently across social, political and economic terrains? Those are just some of the questions examined in the book Homophobias: Lust and Loathing across Time and Space, edited by York anthropology Professor David Murray. Published by Duke University Press, Homophobias looks […]
Physics doctoral student Panagiotis Vergados (MSc '06) has found a new technique for improving the precision of global positioning systems (GPS) dual-frequency signals – and won four national and international awards in three years for papers detailing how. Vergados developed this technique to get more accurate readings of the Earth’s thermal structure. It was designed for satellite-to-satellite GPS […]
Theodore Tolias, economics instructor at York's Schulich School of Business, discussed the financial crisis in Greece, on Radio Canada International’s “The Link” May 5. The interview appears in Part 2 of the program at the 2:00 mark and runs until the 12:00 mark. Posted by Lia Novario, research events coordinator.