fair warning: only just starting 🙂 🙂 🙂 [my own “contrib’s” further down]

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Reference Sources


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      == sand medium: art washed away by the tide – I called it “Mayfly Perfection”. Strongly reminiscent of the perfect geometric circles drawn in crop fields, presumably by outer-space Sapiens
      == he also does earth medium drawings and objects arrangements – both wiped out soon enough


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Lynne Alexandrova



Recent Presentations

    • The Will to Thrive: Hetero-sensorial Mobility & Musical Dis-impairment. Presentation at Differential Mobilities: Movement and Mediation in Networked Societies, Concordia University, Montreal, May 8-11, 2013.
    • Does “Ecological Thinking” Need Autonomy? Evidence from Graduate Programs. Work-in-progress presentation, Philosophy of Education Society, Portland, Oregon, March 14-18, 2013.
    • May We Walk in Beauty! Ecological Imaginaries across Time and Space. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Canadian Communication Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Wilfrid Laurier University-University of Waterloo, Kingston and Waterloo, May 30 – June 1, 2012.
    • Radical Yet Sustainable—An Open Review Dilemma for Academic e-Publishing? Presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for the Digital Humanities, Congress 2012.
    • Epistemic Trust in the Graduate Student. Presentation at the Dean’s GS Conference, OISE, March 2012.
    • Ecosonance: Making Ecology Sing. Presentation at McLuhan’s Philosophy of Media – Centennial Conference. October 26 – 28, 2011, Free University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium.
    • The Evelyn Glennie (Re-)Experience: Profound “Deafness”~ Relatedness ~ Communication. Presentation at IASPM, 16 – 19 June 2011, McGill University, Montreal, QC.
    • An Eco-Pragmatist Roadmap for the Professor-Graduate Student Relation(ship). Presentation at the Canadian Philosophy of Education Society annual meeting, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Brunswick and St Thomas University, NB, 28 May–14 June, 2011.
    • Society’s Concept Leadership Programs in Self-defeating Mode? Presentation at CCA, Congress 2011.
    • Online Publishing, Academic Listening, and Epistemological Sustainability. Presentation at CSSHE, Congress 2011. Related poster: Enacting Online Interaction: The Open Review Format.
    • Turning the Tables on Epistemological Disconnect and Axiological Paradox: A Mindmap for Graduate Education Programs. Poster at the Annual CSSHE Conference, Congress’10, Montreal, Quebec, May 29-31, 2010.
    • CBC Radio’s “Mash-down” of Glocal Spaces at the Copenhagen’09 UN Summit: Discourse Fragmentation and Epistemological Gapping. Paper read at the 5th Annual Carleton Conference “Global Mash-ups: Re-envisioning Space in Communication Studies”, March 4 & 5, 2010, Ottawa, Canada.
    • Graduate2B, Shall We online-Ride beyond the Grade? The Case for Educational Publishing. Paper read at the Annual CCA Conference, Congress’09, Ottawa, May 28-30, 2009.

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