This episode of Hub Dialogues features Simon Baron-Cohen, professor of psychology and psychiatry and director of the Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge, about his must-read book, The…
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Kim Nossal, Professor Emeritus in Political Studies at Queen’s University, discussing his must-read book, Canada Alone: Navigating the Post-American World.
The individual commodified: Tara Isabella Burton on ‘self-making’ from the Renaissance to the Digital Age
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Tara Isabella Burton, a journalist and author who writes about religion and culture, discussing her new book, Self-Made: Creating Our Identities from Da Vinci to the Kardashians.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Ed Broadbent, former leader of the New Democratic Party and founding chair of the Broadbent Institute, about his new, must-read book, Seeking Social Democracy: Seven…
This episode of Hub Dialogues features The Hub‘s executive director Rudyard Griffiths in conversation with author and writer Robert D. Kaplan, about his on-the-ground experience during the 2004 siege of…
This episode of Hub Dialogues features The Hub‘s executive director Rudyard Griffiths in conversation with New York Times columnist and Pulitzer prize winner, Bret Stephens, about Israel’s war against Hamas and its geopolitical dynamics as well as the pervasiveness of anti-Semitism.
The duel that made modern Canada: John Ibbitson on the political rivalry of prime ministers John Diefenbaker and Lester B. Pearson
This episode of Hub Dialogues features John Ibbitson, Globe & Mail columnist and best-selling author, about his new must-read book, The Duel: Diefenbaker, Pearson and the Making of Modern Canada.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features The Hub’s executive director Rudyard Griffiths in conversation with Janice Gross Stein, the Belzberg Professor of Conflict Management in the department of political science at the University of Toronto, about the surprise attack launched by Hamas terrorists on Israel from the Gaza Strip early on Saturday morning, killing at least 250 Israelis.
Could a ‘civic renaissance’ heal our society? Alexandra Hudson on the pressing importance of civility
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Alexandra Hudson, a writer, commentator and founder and curator of Civic Renaissance, about her new, must-read book, The Soul of Civility: Timeless Principles to Heal Society and Ourselves.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Richard Kahlenberg, a non-resident scholar at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, about his provocative new book, Excluded: How Snob Zoning, NIMBYism, and Class Bias Build the Walls We Don’t See.