The Húy̓at Interactive Web Site is a living archive. An outcome of generations of knowledge, years of work and an entire history of the land and people, the website is an indication of a new direction for archaeology, one that “isn’t just about stone tools.”
Green College Blog
Four Leading Scholars walk into a bar.
For the first scholar, it’s a world of architecture and story, where the stools and tables, the mirror hanging over the bar, create a space where characters enact their stories and play out their narratives.
For the second, it’s a world of cross-cultural encounters, where the commercially-imported beer from Germany meets the potatoes grown and harvested in China that have become American-style French fries on the tables.
A Storytelling Event in Four Parts
How often do you stop to consider the narrative framework of your life? How do words, images, metaphors and scenes around you engage you as an audience member in creating worlds of imagination and storytelling? What other people do you share those worlds with? And importantly, how might we reshape those worlds in less destructive and more equitable ways?
Bruno Arderucio, Green College Resident Member and UBC PhD in Theoretical Physics, explains the interest—and oddity—of the award
Bruno Arderucio has talked with Sir Roger Penrose on the latter’s visits to UBC and Green College in recent years. As he explains below, the timing of the British scientist's Nobel laureateship has a significance beyond black holes.
Trevor Campbell, Assistant Professor, Statistics
The Expanding Universe of Cold War Science
-by Andrei Barvinsky (Cecil H. and Ida Green Visiting Professor in Residence)
An excerpt from Andrei’s lecture on “The Expanding Universe: Historical, Theoretical and Aesthetic Observations”
Luisa Canuto, Program Director (Italian), French, Hispanic and Italian
FROM GREEN COLLEGE TO THE NATURE OF CANADA
by Graeme Wynn (Faculty Member of Common Room)
Julen Etxabe, Canada Research Chair in Jurisprudence and Human Rights and Assistant Professor, Peter A. Allard School of Law
2020 Re-Visions: Thinking Other Futures Now
A Prospectus for Public Programs at Green College UBC in 2020-21
What does it mean to think in and from a university, now?