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Dig into history for a glimpse of the future. Explore your identity in the modern world. Research conservation to inspire the next generation. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences has a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs that aim to inspire, challenge and empower students to help shape our ever-changing world. 

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Psychology – Free Online Intro Courses

Are you interested in why people think, feel, and behave the way they do? Why not try an online intro psychology course at Carleton University? With no tuition and no strings attached, you can satisfy your curiosity at www.carleton.ca. Even better, if you like what you see, you can flexibly take... More

Friday, March 6th, 2015 in FASS News Feed for all posts filed under FASS News, Psychology Feed for all posts filed under Psychology

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2015 Marston LaFrance Lecture – Captive Revolution: Women, Resistance Culture and Anti-Colonial Struggle by Dr. Nahla Abdo

Faculty of Art and Social Sciences 2015 Marston LaFrance Public Lecture Captive Revolution: Women, Resistance Culture and Anti-Colonial Struggle Dr. Nahla Abdo, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology Monday, March 23, 2015, 2:30 pm College of Humanities Auditorium – 303 Paterson... More

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The Death of Hundreds Is Just a Statistic—But It Doesn’t Have to Be: Jim Davies for Nautilus

Professor of Cognitive Scientist Jim Davies published a blog entry for the online magazine Nautilus about how our moral judgments tend to be insensitive to numbers–and how we might overcome that…Read more  ... More

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 in Cognitive Science Feed for all posts filed under Cognitive Science, FASS News Feed for all posts filed under FASS News

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Language, Culture, and Power: An Opportunity for Students To Compare Canada’s Two National Capitals on a Ten Day Trip to Quebec City

  Professor Anne Trépanier’s fourth year course Quebec Studies & Language, Culture and Power in Canada is one of two Carleton courses that has travelled to Quebec City to achieve a greater sense of understanding of the identity of Canada as a nation, but also to facilitate a more... More

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 in Canadian Studies Feed for all posts filed under Canadian Studies, FASS News Feed for all posts filed under FASS News

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