In what ways are temporality and diversity normative constructs?
What presuppositions about temporality underlie your discipline? Do they shape research and its findings?
In what ways is diversity a temporal construct?
How does diversity entail different time conceptions?
How do different media forms shape sociocultural difference, experiences of time, and/or memory?
How does the current pandemic affect your understanding of time and of diversity?
Answers to these questions and more about "Temporalities of Diversity / Temporalités de la diversité" in the field of Political Science by our speaker Prof. Laurence McFalls, PhD (Science politique, Université de Montréal):
For further information on Laurence McFalls: https://pol.umontreal.ca/repertoire-departement/professeurs/professeur/in/in14153/sg/Laurence%20McFalls/
(Technical support: Mathieu Robinson)