Nancy Bouchier and Ken Cruikshank launched their new book, The People and The Bay, at a reception on December 1st in Hamilton.
What’s the role of historians in commemorating Canada at 150? How can academics help make Canadian history engaging and relevant to the public? How do we preserve Canada’s historical record?
Two new research chairs in the Faculty of Humanities are part of $8.9-million in funding awarded to McMaster University.
This fall’s School of the Arts production, challenges the ethics of genetic manipulation.
Cultural critic, public intellectual, teacher, researcher and McMaster professor, Henry A. Giroux has donated his archives to the McMaster Library.
In April, three accomplished students became the first recipients of the Wilson Leadership Scholar Award, a prestigious new award established to cultivate the country’s next generation of leaders.
Students, staff and faculty took part in a sit-down dinner welcoming new students to McMaster and promoting networking between students, faculty and support staff in the Faculty of Humanities.
Humanities Researcher’s Work Featured on McMaster Research Snaps Two researchers in the Faculty of Humanities are the subject of a McMaster Research Snaps feature. Chris Myhr from School of the Arts and John Connolly from Linguistics and Languages are both featured for their work in research. McMaster Research Snaps is a website that feature a…
An NSERC Discovery grant of $140,000 over 5 years will help Michael Schutz research how humans perceive natural and artificial sounds.
Join us as we welcome Christine Poutney to McMaster as our new Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence.