On Monday — tomorrow! — Wolf Hall Debates is honoured to host an eminent brain trust of thinkers, who together will speculate about the future of Canada.
If you’d like to learn more about the panelists ahead of tomorrow’s event, check out some of their recent work below. Looking forward to seeing you at the Wolf Performance Hall tomorrow evening. (More event information)
Writing and interviews from author and historian Erna Paris:
- Excerpt from From Tolerance to Tyranny: A Cautionary Tale from Fifteenth-Century Spain
- Interview on CBC Ideas with Paul Kennedy
- Countries that forget history become easy prey for demagogues
- Canada is not immune to the most dangerous tactic in politics
Syndicated articles from journalist Stephanie Levitz‘s Populism Project series:
- Could border crossers prompt political shift?
- The search for a Trump-like political movement in Canada
- Are Trump-style politics emerging in Alberta, Ontario?
- Could the Conservative establishment be at risk?
Writing by professor and scholar Ingrid Mattson:
- The Children of Abraham and Interfaith Education
- Of Fences and Neighbors: An Islamic Perspective on Interfaith Engagement for Peace
Writing by professor and scholar Anton Allahar:
- When Black First Became Worth Less
- Richer and Poorer: The Structure of Inequality in Canada
- Lowering Higher Education: The Rise of Corporate Universities and the Fall of Liberal Education
Academic articles by (or with contributions from) professor and scholar Victoria Esses:
- The Immigration Dilemma: The Role of Perceived Group Competition, Ethnic Prejudice, and National Identity
- Valuing diversity in Spain and Canada: The role of multicultural ideology in intergroup attitudes and intentions to reduce inequalities
- The Global Refugee Crisis: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications for Improving Public Attitudes and Facilitating Refugee Resettlement
More info about the event on Monday, May 29: