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Lindsay MorcomLindsay Morcom of Queen’s University and Ardoch Algonquin First Nation will conduct a Feb. 10 colloquium on language revitalization.

Colloquium to consider language revitalization

Lindsay Morcom of Queen’s University and Ardoch Algonquin First Nation will conduct a Feb. 10 colloquium on language revitalization.

final report, “Examining the Social Security Tribunal's Navigator Service: Access to Justice for Marginalized Communities”The Social Security Tribunal’s innovative navigator service advances access to justice and also has room for improvement, says a report led by Windsor law professor Laverne Jacobs.

Law report examines tribunal’s access to justice service

The Social Security Tribunal welcomed a study of its navigator service by Windsor law professor Laverne Jacobs.
Carly AdamLethbridge professor Carly Adams will discuss her Nikkei Memory Capture Project in a Jan. 28 lecture.

Oral history of Japanese Canadians subject of lecture

A project to gather the stories of Japanese Canadians after the Second World War is the subject of a presentation Friday, Jan. 28.
samples of an Elizabethan bookUnder ultraviolet light, the title page of a collection of Horace reveals a record by Anthony Munday that he purchased the volume from Shakespeare for four shillings in 1598: “Ex Libris the player W / Shakesper 4 shills A: M / 1598.”

Researcher to discuss Shakespearean sources

Professor Robert Weir will lead a webinar on books owned by William Shakespeare, Tuesday, Jan. 25.