Friday, January 18

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[1.1] Reputational Risk Management and Other Barriers to Evaluating the Policy and Implementation of Substance Use Programs in Federal Corrections

Rob Long, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Ginny Ratsoy

[1.1] Sexuality as a Scapegoat: Political Homophobia in Present Day Russia

Elena Plotnikoff, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Dr. Robert Hanlon

[1.1] Why Donald Trump is Not a Fascist

Jean-Francois N. Maxwell, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Dr. Michael Gorman

[1.2] Comparing Counter-Terrorism in the United States, Canada and Israel

Riess R.M. Fortier Mr., Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Dr. Robert Hanlon

[1.2] Harm Reduction is About Reducing Harm

Ryan A. Maddeaux, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Ginny Ratsoy

[1.2] The Prime Minister of Canada: Seemingly Unlimited Power; Severely Limited Accountability

Savanah Cockrell, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Dr. Michael Gorman

[1.3] Human Rights: Implications of a Right to Citizenship

Canute A. Rosaasen, University of Saskatchewan

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Dr. Robert Hanlon

[1.3] Seeing Justice Done: Feminist Advocacy and Substantive Equality In Canadian Cases of Sexual Assault

Anastasia Kosteckyj, Simon Fraser University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Ginny Ratsoy

[1.3] Trump , Trudeau and the Twitter Age: How Social Media and Online Communications are Shaping Today's Political Landscape

Najette S. Omran, Carleton University

Arts & Education Building 260, Moderated by Dr. Michael Gorman

[2.1] Does This Make Me Look Gay?: How Hollywood Defined Masculinity and Male Intimacy in Film

Madison Thomas, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 162, Moderated by Dr. Claire Laville

[2.1] Mesmerism, Animal Magnetism, and Christian Science: Trance-Based Healing in Nineteenth Century America

Megan L. Cairns, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 164, Moderated by Brenda Smith

[2.1] The Demise of Çadır Höyük: Rural Agrarian Settlement and Economy in Eleventh-Century Byzantine Anatolia.

Scott J. Coleman, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Arts & Education 162, Moderated by Dr. Tina Block

[2.2] How Did Tchaikovsky’s Homosexuality Affect His Life, Death, and Legacy?

Jaris C. Darwin, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 162, Moderated by Dr. Claire Laville

[2.2] National Crises in the Great War as Catalysts for Changing Gender Roles in Britain and Russia

Sam Dornik, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education 162, Moderated by Dr. Tina Block

[2.2] Radicals, Reformers, and Skull-Readers: Towards a Political Understanding of Victorian Phrenology

Jim S. Champion, Simon Fraser University

Arts & Education Building 164, Moderated by Brenda Smith

[2.3] "The Royal Line of New Westminster": Gender, Pageantry and Britishness in the New Westminster May Day Parade, 1870-1920

Georgia Twiss, Simon Fraser University

Arts & Education Building 164, Moderated by Brenda Smith

[2.3] Is Daddy a Dope? An Analysis of Fatherhood During the Post-War Era in North America

Christopher S. Birch Mr, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 162, Moderated by Dr. Claire Laville

[3.1] "I Revolt - therefore we exist": The Contemporary Value of the Absurd Revolt

Joe Flanagan, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 208, Moderated by Dr. Bruce Baugh

[3.1] History of Knowledge

Wai H. Ma, Thompson Rivers University

Old Main 1761, Moderated by Tim Fitzjohn

[3.1] The Role of the Male and Patriarchy in Grimms' 'Little Red Riding Hood'

Kristen Jacobsen, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 208, Moderated by Dr. Robin Tapley

[3.2] The Honesty of Meursault's Silence

Phil E. Brown, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 208, Moderated by Dr. Bruce Baugh

[3.2] Towards an Anti-Racist Materialist Feminism: In Response to Farrelly’s “Patriarchy and Historical Materialism”

Tanya Dushatska, University of Toronto

Arts & Education Building 208, Moderated by Dr. Robin Tapley

[3.2] What is Knowledge?: Questioning Validity and Objectivity

Alexander Wong, Thompson Rivers University

Old Main 1761, Moderated by Tim Fitzjohn

[3.3] Kant and Foucault: The Architectonic Bridge

James G.F. Morin, University of Saskatchewan

Old Main 1761, Moderated by Tim Fitzjohn

[3.3] The Absurd: Another Doctrine of Morality?

Savanah Cockrell, Thompson Rivers University

Arts & Education Building 208, Moderated by Dr. Bruce Baugh

[3.3] The Contradiction of the Colonial Contract: An Analysis of Russian Authorities’s Attitudes Toward the Indigenous Women of Siberia and Alaska in the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries

Margrethe L. McKoen Ms., Simon Fraser University

Arts & Education Building 208, Moderated by Dr. Robin Tapley

External Keynote Address

Dr. Carrie Jenkins, University of British Columbia

Irving K. Barber Centre, House of Learning 190

Lunch

Lunch Break

Law Mega Room, 3rd Floor Old Main

Plenary Address by Dr. Jeff McLaughlin (TRU)

Dr. Jeff McLaughlin, Thompson Rivers University

Law Mega Room, Old Main 3752

Post-Keynote Social at Iron Road Brewing

Social Event

Iron Road Brewing, 980 Camosun Crescent

Registration & Information Table

Registration Table

International Building Lobby