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Vol 39  No 1
Aug. 10, 2006



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Papers & Presentations

Dr. Vit Bubenik, Department of Linguistics, attended the 13th World Sanskrit Conference, at the University of Edinburgh, July 10-14, where he presented a paper entitled On the Rise and Remaking of the Middle Voice in Anatolian and Indo-Iranian. Meanwhile, in March, he attended the international colloquium Linguistique Descriptive et Didactique Díamazigh (Berbere Marocain) at the University Ibn Zohr, Agadir (Morocco).

Dr. Richard Ilgner, Department of German and Russian, delivered a paper at the International Conference on New Directions on the Humanities, held in Tunisia in July. He spoke about the need, in a world facing numerous challenges to human potential and dominated by the agenda of science and business, to advance an inclusive humanitarian curriculum. This is the third consecutive year Dr. Ilgner has presented at the conference, which draws hundreds of scholars from around the world to identify new bridges between disciplines, ideas and cultural perspectives.

Dr. Jim Wyse presented the paper Data Management for Location-Based Mobile Business Applications: The Location-Aware Linkcell Method at the Seventh World Congress on the Management of e-Business held in Halifax, July 13-15, 2006. The paper is published in the proceedings of the Congress. This yearís Congress was a joint effort of the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University, the Ontario Research Network for Electronic Commerce (ORNEC), the McMaster e-Business Research Centre (MeRC), the Sobey School of Business at St. Maryís University, Nova Scotia Business Inc., and Innovacorp.


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