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Vol 39  No 5
Nov. 2, 2006



Convocation 2006

In Brief

News & Notes


Out and About

Papers & Presxentations


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Papers & Presentations

Dr. Kam Hon Chu, Economics, had two papers – Too Big to Fail? The Newfoundland Bank Crash of 1894 and States, Markets and Financial Stability – accepted for publication by Kredit und Kapital and Cato Journal respectively. Earlier this year he also published two articles, Reserve Requirements and Money Multiplier Predictability: The Canadian Experience, in Banks and Bank Systems, 2006, issue 3, and The Economics of Free Banking: A Survey, in the International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, 2006, volume 14. Dr. Amin A. Muhammad, professor of psychiatry in the Faculty of Medicine, is author of a recent article in BMJ Career Focus titled A Career as a Canadian Psychiatrist.

Visual Arts professors David Morrish and Marlene MacCallum took part in a panel presentation titled Threats to the Original – Printmaking Technology and Capitalist Image Culture, Printing Inside and Outside the Simulacrum, held at the Anna Leonowens Gallery, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, on Saturday, Sept. 23. Their presentation was titled The Persistence of Multiples - Photogravure: An Intersection of Photography and Printmaking. This panel was hosted by the printmaking department at NSCAD in conjunction with the 1st International Printmaking Biennial 2006, organized by the Maritime and Atlantic Printmakers Society. This event was accompanied by an exhibition of works done by students from NSCAD, University of Moncton, Mount Allison and Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. The SWGC visual arts students included were: Jackie Alcock, Sandra Crewe, Anne Downton, Michael Gough, Noriko Matsubara, Jodi Simms, Robyn Stone, Jillian Waite and Nicole Wassing.

Dr. William Pryse-Phillips, professor emeritus (Medicine), gave the 19th Stuart Reiner Lecture in Washington, DC, in October as guest of the American Academy of Neurology. His lecture was titled the Agony of Analgesia and described hereditary sensory neuropathy in Newfoundland.


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