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
We’re excited to welcome everyone to campus for the May@Mac open house! Find out how to get the most out of your experience.
MELD program combines cutting-edge research with instruction The McMaster English-Language Development (MELD) program is similar to other English as a second language programs offering two semesters of English-language instruction for students who meet academic requirements for their chosen program but whose scores on international standardized tests aren’t high enough to meet the university’s English language…
Free Access to Lynda.com for all McMaster Students, Faculty and Staff!
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.
The thirty-seventh annual awards ceremony recognizes the hard work and outstanding achievement of students all across the Faculty of Humanities.