Presentations and publications – Oct. 1


Christine Daigle in the Department of Philosophy presented the paper “We are Polyps! Trans-subjectivity/Trans-objectivity”, at a research seminar at the School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia on Sept. 6, 2013.

Daigle also presented the paper “Re-thinking Subjectivtiy: Simone de Beauvoir’s Philosophy of Ambiguity,” at a philosophy seminar at the School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, on Sept. 13, 2013.

Daigle presented the paper “Nietzsche as Phenomenologist – Reevaluating Consciousness,” at a philosophy seminar at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia on Sept. 24, 2013.

Fanny Dolansky, associate professor in the Department of Classics, delivered an invited talk called “Illness and anxiety in elite Roman households” at the University of Western Ontario on Sept. 27, 2013.


Dolansky, F. 2013. “Education in the Roman World” in M. Gibbs, M. Nikolic, and P. Ripat (eds.), Themes in Roman Society and Culture: An Introduction to Ancient Rome. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Zupan, B., and D. Neumann. (2013 in press. Available online). Affect recognition in traumatic brain injury: Responses to unimodal and multimodal media. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.

Neumann, D., B. Zuppan, J. Malec and F. Hammond. (2013 in press. Available online). Relationships between affect recognition, empathy and alexythmia after TBI. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.

Yim, J., D.R. Babbage, B. Zupan, D. Neumann and B. Willer. 2013. The relationship between facial affect recognition and cognitive functioning after traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 27(10), 1155-1161.

Zupan, B., and L. Dempsey. Facilitating emergent literacy in children with hearing loss. Deafness and Education International, 15(3), 130-148.

Zupan, B. and L. Dempsey. 2013. Narrative comprehension abilities of children with typical hearing and children using hearing aids: A pilot study. Volta Review, 113(1), 5-27.

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