Under Hitler, Germany experienced the consequences of a nation caving in to propaganda and hate speech. This may explain its… Read more Should Canada adopt its own “Facebook Act” to curb hate speech?
I hear a knock on my door. I check through the peephole. It is my neighbor, the Syrian terrorist. Well… Read more SSHRC Impact Award Ceremony Album
A version of this post was published in Concordia University public scholars blog: https://www.concordia.ca/cunews/offices/vprgs/sgs/public-scholars/2017/08/01/9-tips-to-facilitate-online-learning.html From 2013 to 2017, I taught online… Read more 9 Tips to Facilitate Online Asynchronous Learning Through Facebook
J’ai toujours été fascinée par le travail de René Magritte, artiste surréaliste belge, internationalement acclamé pour sa révolution contre les… Read more Ceci n’est pas un discours haineux
A version of this post was publish in Concordia University Public Scholars Blog: http://www.concordia.ca/cunews/offices/vprgs/sgs/public-scholars/2017/06/20/victims-or-terrorists.html Consider this scenario: You hear a knock… Read more 6 Actions to Move From “Us/Them” to “We”
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