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First Nations House kicks off Indigenous Education Week

Visual artists, hip hop artists, poets and scholars are among those helping U of T celebrate Indigenous Education Week 2017.

Organized and curated by First Nations House, which provides year-round social, academic and financial supports to Indigenous students on campus, the week kicks off Sunday with a free concert at Hart House by Juno-winning musical power duo, Digging Roots. 

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U of T researcher's book on Soviet-era dissidents can shed light on Trump's populism

There are important parallels between a Soviet-era dissident movement and the modern digital culture that helped Donald Trump gain power, says Associate Professor Ann Komaromi of the Centre for Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Arts & Science.

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‘Winter is here’: U of T experts weigh in with advice and Game of Thrones references for Trump inauguration

As Donald Trump is sworn in as America's 45th president, U of T professors review what's at stake and offer advice for Canadians and citizens of the world about what to watch in the years ahead.

From Trump's cabinet appointments to his Twitter posts to even his campaign vitriol, there's a lot to make the world anxious about the future. 

Hence, the prevalence of apocalyptic Game of Thrones references emerging, says U of T History Professor Ronald Pruessen.