by Stanley Chia, a student studying at the University of Toronto. Originally Submitted for CAS310. Continue reading Forced Movement of People: Exile, Indigeneity the Creation of Colonial Space
Unlike our past conferences, tickets will be free of charge this year! Click here to register! For the past few months, the INDePth team has been working hard in assembling a high quality conference. From researching on theories about Worlding, down to managing catering orders and room bookings, we have been busy round the clock to ensure that this year’s conference will provide the best … Continue reading Registration now open for 2017 Conference!
Submitted by a student at the University of Toronto. Continue reading Voice ①
NOTE: This post will be the first in a series regarding the ‘South Asia’ theme. Keep checking back for additional posts and information throughout the 2016-2017 academic year! Click here to read our updated proposal South Asia’s history is long, diverse and rich. The Indus Valley civilization is considered one of the first major civilizations in the subcontinent. The land was also home to the … Continue reading South Asia Conference Intro
Applications for the 2016-2017 cycle has been closed. The content below is for reference only. INDePth is back! After a brief hiatus, the conference series is set to roll for the 2016-2017 academic year. We are currently recruiting Vice Chair and general executive positions! Click here to find out more. Please note that applicants for executive positions must be a student at the University of … Continue reading We are recruiting! INDePth call for Executives 2016-2017
Registration is continuing for the 2015 INDePth Conference, ‘Japan Embattled: A Nation in Transition’. Tickets are just $25. Visit http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/indepth-conference-2015-japan-tickets-14365586857 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register! Continue reading Registration is continuing for the 2015 INDePth Conference!
We begin this academic year in anticipation for INDePth’s exploration of Japan for our 2015 conference. Our provoking theme for next year titled “Japan Embattled: A Nation in Transition”, encourages students across all areas of study to immerse themselves in an interactive experience as we engage in the unfolding of political and economic aspects of contemporary Japan. The conference hopes to delve in a productive … Continue reading Japan Embattled: A Nation in Transition
All University students across different disciplines are eligible to apply! To apply for a position: Email: email@example.com 1. Attach a copy of your résumé/CV (maximum two pages) 2. Attach a cover letter (maximum one page) 3. Please specify in the subject of the email: INDePth Application / (Position you are applying for) / (Your name) 4. Each position number requires a separate application For general … Continue reading [CLOSED] Japan 2015 Executive Positions: Now Recruiting!
INDePth is pleased to announce Sophie Qu as the INDiscussion Blog Competition winner for 2014. The Korea Canadian Scholarship Foundation selected her entry written on the “The Two Koreas and the Responsibility of the International Community“. Sophie Qu is a fourth-year Criminology and Concurrent Education student at the University of Toronto. She will be receiving her $500 grand prize from the Korea Canadian Scholarship Foundation at the … Continue reading INDiscussion Winner for 2014
Re: Former Canadian Ambassador to South Korea and Permanent Representative to the UN Marius Grinius to Deliver Opening Keynote at the INDePth Conference, March 20-21 TORONTO, ON—INDePth is honoured to announce that Marius Grinius, Canada’s former Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN and the former Canadian Ambassador to South Korea, will deliver the opening keynote address at the 2014 Conference: Reimagining the Korean Peninsula: … Continue reading Marius Grinius to Deliver Opening Keynote