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Queen's Data Day 2015 (Mon. 11 May 2015)

For Queen's University Data Day 2015, Dr May discussed his ongoing work in digitizing the papers of Canadian poet F.R. Scott

"Auto-Anthology: F.R. Scott in the Archives" (Transcript)

"Auto-Anthology: F.R. Scott in the Archives" (PowerPoint)


Queen's Freedom to Read Week 2015

Freedom to Read Week is "an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms." In celebration of Freedom to Read Week, members of the Queen's community gather at Speaker's Corner in Stauffer Library to read from selected works of their choice. Many of these works are controversial or have been challenged in some way, but Canadians still have free access to them thanks to the Charter of Rights of Freedoms.

"bill bissett and the Freedom to Read" (Transcript)


Queen's Freedom to Read Week 2014

"Patrick Anderson, 'Montreal,' and Homophobia" (Transcript)


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