The Conversation News Archive
January 16, 2020 —
First, how expansive do we wish to define unpaid work?
January 8, 2020 —
The killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani by the United States — and Iran’s response — raises many important legal and strategic issues
December 20, 2019 —
Greta Thunberg made history again this month when she was named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year
December 19, 2019 —
From sex robots to anti-vaxxers, we’ve gathered the five most read UM Conversation Canada stories in 2019
November 20, 2019 —
The city of Venice was recently hit by the worst flooding in more than 50 years
October 25, 2019 —
'As an economist, I approached voting in the Canadian federal election with deep ambivalence that was shared by most everyone I know regardless of vocation or political persuasion'
October 22, 2019 —
Studying fossil monkeys like these can help us understand how ancient climates shaped primate evolution
October 9, 2019 —
In the Nobel press conference, Peebles was keen to highlight that he didn’t work alone. But to say that he has been largely responsible for shaping our understanding of the universe is a cosmic understatement.
October 3, 2019 —
'To investigate the impacts and difficulties surrounding medical apology, we’ve conducted research on medical apologies over the last two years'
October 2, 2019 —
Manitobans have often been characterized much like the bison that represents us: staid, steady, sturdy