Archive: After Hours Lecture Series

Host Irshad Manji introduces programs aimed at students, educators, and all who are interested in intellectual pursuits. Speakers from all facets of academia present lectures on a wide variety of topics, including politics, social policy, literature, and philosophy.

Episodes

Air Date: June 24, 2001 - 23:04
Rosemary Sullivan reads from her book "Labyrinth of Desire: Women, Passion, and Romantic Obsession".
Air Date: June 24, 2001 - 31:18
Poet and Classics Professor Anne Carson reads from "Short Talks" and "The Beauty of the Husband".
Air Date: June 09, 2001 - 34:21
Hernado De Soto talks about the work of his foundation, The Institute for Liberty and Democracy, in aiding the poor worldwide in his lecture entitled "The Mystery of Capital: Why capitalism triumphs in the West and fails everywhere else".
Air Date: May 20, 2001 - 59:02
Catharine Mackinnon of the University of Michigan gives a three part lecture giving a feminist reappraisal of power and law in regards to rape laws. Lecture 3 - Representation
Air Date: May 20, 2001 - 55:46
Catharine Mackinnon of the University of Michigan gives a three part lecture giving a feminist reappraisal of power and law in regards to rape laws. Lecture 2 - Consent
Air Date: May 20, 2001 - 1:10:19
Catharine Mackinnon of the University of Michigan gives a three part lecture giving a feminist reappraisal of power and law in regards to rape laws. Lecture 1 - Power
Air Date: May 13, 2001 - 1:26:26
Robert Adams: He's been called Canada's Oprah Winfrey in his ability to influence book sales through his lectures. Robert Adams, Canada's premier reviewer of books, shares his thoughts on Robert Sole's the Photographer's Wife.
Air Date: April 21, 2001 - 1:00:14
Pico Iyer gives a lecture entitled "An Outsider's Hope for a Global Future".
Air Date: April 15, 2001 - 59:36
David Cannadine gives a lecture about how to best promote historical research.
Air Date: April 15, 2001 - 45:32
Christopher Innes gives a lecture entitled "How staging a theatre plays redesign the look of our lives".
Air Date: April 15, 2001 - 55:50
Professor Mark Kingwell gives a lecture on the representations of the intellectual in everyday life. Has pop culture ruined the intellectual?
Air Date: April 14, 2001 - 21:20
Gary Geddes gives lecture entitled "Encountering British Columbia".
Air Date: April 14, 2001 - 44:37
Allan Gregg gives a lecture titled "Politics, Media and the Public Good: A cautionary Tale".
Air Date: March 25, 2001 - 47:11
James Tully gives a lecture on Political Philosophy and Enlightenment.
Air Date: March 25, 2001 - 56:03
G.A. Cohen gives a lecture on justice and publicity.
Air Date: March 25, 2001 - 49:28
G.A. Cohen gives a lecture on justice and incentives.
Air Date: March 24, 2001 - 1:05:20
Kenneth Pomerantz gives a lecture comparing economic development in Britian and China.
Air Date: March 17, 2001 - 52:01
Martin Kush gives a lecture about the credibility of testimony using philosophy and equations.