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Public Lecture Series

2018-2019 Season 

We are pleased to welcome a number of distinguished visitors to our faculty for conversations and lectures that fuel our inspiration and promote social justice.

Learn more about our speakers below:

trump, technology and the far right: Tactics for challenging right-wing extremism in canada 

 

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Join the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities in welcoming Bradley J. Galloway, Barbara Perry, PhD, and Tanner Mirrlees, PhD, to discuss the 'Trump effect' and the tactics that can be implemented to challenge right-wing extremism in Canada.

Brad. J. Galloway is Research and Intervention Specialist with the Organization for Protection of Violence; a Regional Co-ordinator for the Against Violence Network; and an affiliate with the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society. He spent 13 years as a leader in the Canadian right-wing extremist movement.

Dr. Tanner Mirrlees is an Associate Professor in Communication and Digital Media Studies at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and a member of the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism steering committee. His recent research with Dr. Perry and Ryan Scrivens, PhD, Horizon Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Concordia University, examines the convergence of right-wing extremism and social media.

Dr. Barbara Perry is a Criminology Professor at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and the Director of the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism. She is regularly called upon by local, national and international media as an expert on hate crime and right-wing extremism. 

  • When: Thursday, January 24 from 5:10 to 7 p.m.
  • Where: 61 Charles Street Building, Room 219

 

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