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Vol 37  No 16
June 30, 2005




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Papers & Presentations

Dr. Dennis Bartels, Social Sciences, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, and Alice L. Bartels, have co-authored Mi’gmaq Lives: Aboriginal Identity in Newfoundland. It has been published as chapter 10 (pp. 249-280) in Walking A Tightrope: Aboriginal People And Their Representations, Ute Lischke And David T. Mcnab, Eds. (2004, Wilfred Laurier University Press).

Dr. Paul Bendzsa, School of Music, presented The Development of Chamber Music and Musicianship Through Improvisation, at the International Conference of the College Music Society, June 13-17, 2005, in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), Spain.

Dr. Christine E. Campbell, Environmental Science, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, presented a paper titled Transboundary Management Plan for the Lake Chilwa Catchment (Southern Africa) by D. M. Jamu, L. M. Delaney and C. E. Campbell at a colloquium sponsored by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) on Highlighting the Impacts of North-South Research Collaboration Among Canadian and Southern Higher Education Partners. The colloquium was held in Ottawa from June 6-7, 2005.

Michelle Cheramy and Maureen Volk, School of Music, gave lecture-recitals at the annual conference of the Canadian University Music Society at the University of Western Ontario at the end of May. Prof. Cheramy’s presentation was titled From Incantation to Omega: The Evolution of André Jolivet, while Dr. Volk presented Interpreting Hairpins in the Piano Music of Franz Schubert.

Dr. James P. Feehan, Economics, was one of nine economists from universities across Canada to be invited to meet with the Expert Panel on Equalization and Territorial Formula Financing. The one-day workshop was held with members of the Expert Panel and focused on how to address key issues in the federal government’s equalization program. It was held in Ottawa on June 3.

Dr. Graham Shorrocks, English, has published the paper titled The Rev. William Hutton’s A Bran New Wark: The Westmorland Dialect in the Late Early-Modern Period. It appeared in SEDERI XIV: Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies.

Dr. Derek Wilton, Earth Sciences, was invited by the Organizing Committee of the IOC 50 Years and Beyond of Mining Celebrations to present public lectures in Labrador City-Wabush. The celebrations mark the 50th anniversary of the Iron Ore Company of Canada operations in Labrador. Dr. Wilton presented a public lecture titled The History of Geological Exploration in Labrador ­ 4,000 Years of Mining and Rock Bashing on June 8 and a lecture titled The Labrador West Iron Ore Deposits ­ Products of Ancient Oceans, Tiny Critters and Moving Continents to students at J. R. Smallwood Middle School and Mehihek High School on June 9.


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