A message from McMaster’s President, David Farrar.
Working together to find solutions that prioritize everyone’s health and safety.
Classes at McMaster are suspended.
Founded in 2008 by L.R. (Red) Wilson, the L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History wants Canadians to see their history in a new way: as a significant part of broader global events, influencing and being influenced by factors well beyond the country’s borders.
“I’m trying to put a human face on what we think are environmental and social problems” One bright June morning when Nancy Doubleday was five years old, she found a pile of dead birds and an oozing puddle of “black gunk” in a drainage ditch close to her house, 40 kilometres from Sarnia. “I knew…
Shidmehr has served as McMaster’s Mable Pugh Taylor Writer in Residence for the last several months.
Understanding how restorative justice can be used to help nations and people heal after conflict.
We’re pleased to present the Faculty of Humanities Fall 2019 Newsletter. Catch-up on a year of student and researcher driven successes.
David Farrar is about to become McMaster’s next president after an international search spanning more than nine months.
The Engendering the Stage project, co-lead by four researchers including McMaster Faculty of Humanities’ Dr. Peter Cockett and Dr. Melinda Gough, is celebrating one year with a special 5-minute behind the scenes video with the Stratford Festival.