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The bombing of Air India Flight 182 was the worst mass murder in Canadian history, yet it has barely made a mark on the collective consciousness of the country. Dr. Chakraborty is researching why.
The Faculty of Humanities is pleased to present our Winter Newsletter.
David Gerry, a beloved musician, mentor, and teacher has passed away. We remember him for a life of bringing music to the McMaster community and to people around the world.
‘David Gerry, a School of the Arts instructor, is well known to students inside and outside of the Music Program for his devotion and dedication to music education both at McMaster and around the world.
Lost for 400 years in a library in Madrid, Theatre & Film students are performing the very first English-language performance of Lope De Vega’s Women & Servants in McMaster’s Black Box Theatre.
A two-year pilot project championed by McMaster’s President Patrick Deane and generously boosted through a $2-million investment from Chancellor Emeritus Lynton “Red” Wilson draws on McMaster’s strengths and expertise in the liberal arts.
This summer, the Wilson Institute for Canadian History sent out invitations to historians and other specialists across Canada, the United States, and around the world. Their goal: to build a network of associates across the continent and the world and create a community of scholars exploring transnational history.
This weekend the 25th Annual Ghandi Peace Festival presents Education for Our Times: Towards a Culture of Peace, Nonviolence and Social Justice.
On September 21st the McMaster community will celebrate the International Day of Peace.