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9.00 Plenary Session 4: Expo67 and Indigenous Cultural Representation

Film: Mémoire indienne / Indian Memento (18 min.); Ruth Phillips (Carleton), “Hard and Soft: The Indians of Canada Pavilion at Expo67 as Critique and Romance”; Linda Grussani (Canadian Museum of History/Queen’s University), “Bringing the World to Indigenous Art”

10.45 Keynote 3: The Cinema of Expo67

Janine Marchessault (York), “The Missing Archive of Expo67”; Monika Kin Gagnon (Concordia), “In Search of Expo67”

13.00 Plenary Session 5: Expo Sound and Vision

Yuval Sagiv (York), “Man and His TV world - Expo 67 as a Global Television Event”; Scott Birdwise (York), “Glenn Gould, Contemporary of Expo 67”; Guillaume Lafleur (Cinémathèque québecoise), “Crawley Films and promotional filmmaking at Expo 67”; Caroline Martel (UQAM/Concordia/Université de Montréal), “Le Québec à l'heure de l'Expo”/“Expo67: Made in Québec”

Medicine and Spectacle: The Local and Global Avant-Garde at Expo67

15.00 Keynote 4: Kirsten Ostherr (Rice), “Technological Innovation, Avant-Garde Aesthetics, and Miracles in Modern Medicine

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