Dr. Ibhawoh is calling for a Centre for Truth Commissions to be created in Canada.
Congratulations to McMaster Professor Henry A. Giroux who is set to receive the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s Professional Freedom and Responsibility Award.
Read the Fall 2018 Humanities Newsletter today! Celebrating the opening of L.R. Wilson Hall, using art as therapy, exploring privacy concerns in smart connected cities, and asking the question “How does a Humanities degree serve you in a disruptive economy?” These and other highlights from around our faculty are all part of the Fall 2018…
Kate Cayley is the 2018-2019 Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence.
Around the world and at home, McMaster is receiving high praise from students, researchers, and with employers.
On October 27 and November 17 we welcome everyone to visit McMaster University and see how our undergraduate programs are helping to create the next generation of leaders.
On Monday, Sept. 24, Henry and McKenna joined CBC broadcaster Eleanor Wachtel on campus for a conversation on their experiences of “Gender-bending in Shakespeare” at the annual John Douglas Taylor Conference, presented by McMaster’s Faculty of Humanities and the Socrates Project.
It’s almost here! Get informed, get involved, and get ready for Welcome Week 2018!
Catherine Graham, an associate professor in our Film & Theatre Studies program has teamed up with colleague Christina Sinding, Director of McMaster’s School of Social Work, to use the arts both to teach students in a new ways and to foster community engagement by creating a platform for stories of experience — stories that are often tokenized or marginalized in public discussions about the future of the city.
Facebook’s apology tour made a stop in Europe last week, but did little to soothe concerns about the threats social media platforms pose to privacy and election integrity