Beyond the Walls
Beyond the Walls is a virtual public lecture series organized by the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities in collaboration with Oshawa Public Libraries. Engage with others through live, interactive discussions on local and global topics, guided by a short expert talk.
Check out the program recordings listed below and stay tuned to our social media for upcoming Beyond the Walls talks!
- Hollywood Magic and Military PR: View it here
- Why Everybody Can't Get Stoned: View it here
- Advertising in the Age of Industrialization: View it here
- The Latest Buzzwords: Indigenization, Reconciliation, Decolonization: View it here
- Gardening with Crime Prevention in Mind: View it here
- The COVID-19 Long Term Care Crisis: View it here
- Supervised Consumption Facilities, Safer Supply, and Decriminalization:
What Can We Learn from Abroad?: View it here
- Hallmark Movies and the Canadian Film Industry: View it here
- Biodiversity and Us: The Emerging Extinction Event of the 2020s: View it here
- All Water is Sacred: Indigenous Creation Story: View it here
- Defining the Constitutional Limits to Governing Badly: View it here!
- Gendering Hate Groups: Misogyny in the Extremist Right Wing: View it here!
- The Alien Epistemological Crisis: View it here!
- Rocking the System: Why I Don’t Give Grades in University Classes: View it here!
- Crime, Punishment, and Video Games: Key Current and Future Issues: View it here!