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CIC-Saskatoon is proud to partner with the Department of History to present to you the next event in CIC's 2016-17 programming season:
How Does it Feel to Be a Problem? Being Muslim during the War on Terror
PRESENTER: Dr. Moustafa Bayoumi, Professor of English, Brooklyn College, City University of New York
DATE: Thursday October 20, 2016
PLACE: Room 106 Biology Building, University of Saskatchewan
TIME: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
***This is a free event. Registration for this event is not required; but, if you can RSVP through the Eventbrite site, you will help us to gauge numbers for the event ***
CIC-Saskatoon is honoured to partner with the Department of History to present to a Saskatoon audience the prolific and insightful words of Dr. Moustafa Bayoumi.
From calls from politicians to ban Muslims from entry to the United States to blanket surveillance by law enforcement over everyday activities, the War on Terror has fundamentally changed how Muslim minorities in North America live their lives. Drawing on years of research and writing on this topic, Moustafa Bayoumi will speak about why the fate of Muslim minorities today matters not just for Muslims but for the health of our societies generally.
CIC thanks Dr. Bayoumi, Dr. Maurice Jr. Labelle and all who contributed to make this event possible, including: the Departments of History, Political Studies, English, and Linguistics and Religious Studies; the Office of the Vice-Dean Academic (College of Arts and Science); and St. Thomas More College's Leslie & Irene Dubé Chair for Catholic Studies.
When & Where
Canadian International Council - Saskatoon Branch
The Canadian International Council (CIC) is Canada's longest-running foreign policy forum, established over eighty years ago to inform and to give a voice to people interested in issues of the world and Canada's role in them. It promotes dialogue and research on international affairs issues through a national network that crosses academic disciplines, policy areas and economic sectors. Its 15 branches across the country hold public education events to prompt citizen interest and engagement with international issues. The CIC now features a digital media platform—www.thecic.org—that aims to bring the best work being done on global affairs into the Canadian conversation.
The Saskatoon branch has been stirring the conversation for well over eighty years. Check out our website:
Oct 20/16 - Mastoufa Bayoumi, How Does it Feel to Be a Problem? Being Muslim During the War on Terror, Biology 106, U of S
Nov 17/16 - An Update from DND: Joint Task Force Iraq (Saskatoon Club)
Dec 1/16 - Combatting Human Trafficking in Vietnam (Saskatoon Club)
Also watch this space for events on:
The Avro Arrow
Oct 5/16 - Pulse-a-palooza! A celebration of the International Year of Pulses
Sept 28/16 - Recent Developments in Turkey (Saskatoon Club)
Sept 22/16 - The Brexit, the EU and Trade - Oh. My! a panel discussion
Nov 16/15 - Commodore Santarpia, Counter Terror Operations off the Horn of Africa
Nov 10/15 - Ken Coates, A New Northern Vision
Sept 24/15 - Reyn Laurer, Global Citizenship: the tensiosn of a privileged humanitarian worker
Mar 19/15 - Maurice Labelle, Not so Nobel: Perceptions of Lester B. Pearson in the Arab World
Feb 26/15 - Patrick Chasse, Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America
Jan 27/15 - Bruce Reeder, The Challenges of Ebola
Nov 25/14 - John Foster, Petroleum and the World's Hot Spots
Oct 27/14 - Alan Trench, The Referendum on Scottish Independence and After
Oct 9/14 - Kjell Anderson, Understanding Mass Atrocities - from Rwanda to ISIS
Sept 30/14 - Bill Kerr, The Changing Landscape of Canadian Trade Relations
Sept 11/14 - Lee Reaney,The Cost of Turning to Europe - From Euromaidan to War with Russia
Geoff Backman, Where to from Here? Marketing Choices of Wheat Farmers in Newly-Opened International Market
May 12/14 - Update from Ukraine: a Conversation with Ambassador Vadym Prystaiko
April 16/14 - Jeffrey Steeves, Democracy in Kenya in Peril
March 25/14 - Greg Poelzer, Ukraine and Crimea in the Russian Mirror
Tues, March 25, 10-11:20 am, Thorv Room 159, U of S
March 6/14 - Major Robert Meade, DART Response to Typhoon Haiyan, Phiippines, November 2013
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