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Combining scientific research, dissemination, and participation; telling the story of Rijeka in multiple languages.

Associate Professor Brigitte Le Normand, director of the Okanagan hub, says this initiative is designed to bring the university’s brightest thinkers from the humanities together to explore emerging public policy questions.

Education’s changing landscape offers new opportunities for teaching and learning.

“The humanities are critical to addressing issues like climate change. We’re a tech-driven society that looks to science to solve all our problems, but a lot of these issues have a large human or social dimension to them, and that can’t be ignored.”

The PHH-O is searching for undergraduate and graduate student representatives for its Steering Committee and various Task Forces this Academic Year 2019-2020.

Fiona McDonald, assistant professor of anthropology, talks about visual anthropology in undergraduate courses that explore how peoples and cultures are represented through art, photography, film and digital media