The New York Times has published an exceptional long article by Scott Anderson about the history of the Middle East since 2003. It’s an ambitious text to have written, not a trivial task to read, and perhaps a suggestion that print journalism is enduring in its dedication to telling complicated stories, despite ongoing challenges to […]
On Friday, I had the good fortune to see a number of rarely-seen Massey friends at Anna Luengo’s retirement party.
I did a really fun photoshoot today, with the Talisker Players.
Early this afternoon, I photographed a rally at Queen’s Park calling on the provincial government to remediate mercury contamination around Grassy Narrows which they authorized over fifty years ago. Later, I took some portraits of a past professor of mine.
In Massey College’s Upper Library today, Ramesh Thakur gave an interesting presentation on changing international ideas about the use of military force in response to human rights violations, emphasizing the distinction between the concept of humanitarian intervention and the idea of the responsibility to protect (R2P). I got photos of the event. During the question […]
This year’s Massey Grand Round events marked the 10th anniversary of the symposium and was on the topic of big data and personalized medicine. I got a set of photos of all the panels and speakers, including Aubie Angel, Hugh Segal, Trevor Young, Arvind Gupta, Stephen Scherer, Nancy Reid, Michael Schull, Khai Truing, Michael Brudno, […]
First thing this morning I got some photos of Massey College Junior Fellow Elisa Tersigni with the University of Toronto’s carillon. She needs them for a forthcoming performance on Parliament hill, but they are also a nice addition to my Massey Portrait Project.
I photographed the Winter Ball festivities at Massey. This year it was organized by Clara Steinhagen and Frank Leenders.
I got photos at this year’s Robbie Burns celebration at Massey College.