Edge Video


Showtime: What film teaches

Charlie Keil, Director of U of T's Cinema Studies Program at Innis College talks about the
pervasive and influential medium of film -- and what it teaches.
Read more in the Winter 2007 issue of Edge.

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Matt's Rebellion: Rethinking urban sprawl

Matthew Turner, Associate Professor of Economics, gives us his thoughts on urban sprawl.
Read more in the Winter 2007 issue of Edge.

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Past Issues



Fall 2006

Scott Schieman, Associate Professor of Sociology at U of T, discusses how stress
can result from the blurring boundary between work and home.
Read more in the Fall 2006 issue of Edge.

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Carol Rolheiser, Associate Dean, Teacher Education at U of T's Ontario Institute for Studies
in Education (OISE/UT) talks about OISE's approach to teacher education.
Read more in the Fall 2006 issue of Edge.

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Spring 2006

Jutta Brunnée, the Metcalfe Chair in Environmental Law at U of T’s Faculty of Law, discusses the Kyoto Protocol as one example of the challenges of international environmental law.
Read more about Brunnée’s work in the Spring 2006 issue of Edge magazine.

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Peter Singer, Director of U of T’s Joint Centre for Bioethics, discusses global health issues and the role Canada can play in addressing them.
Read more about Singer’s work in the Spring 2006 issue of Edge magazine.

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