The L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History is part of a $8.5 million partnership that will evaluate how history is taught to Canadian students from K-to-12.
Two professors in the School of the Arts Studio Art Program were recognized City of Hamilton Arts Awards on June 13.
This past week, the McMaster Master of Communications Management program graduated its 100th student.
Last week’s Humanities convocation includes a unique cohort of three history students, doing something no one’s ever done before.
Come visit our beautiful campus and find out why our programs are training the next generation of leaders.
ollowing the Annual General Meeting, a special reception was held in honour of the recipients of the McMaster University Faculty Association (MUFA) Award for Outstanding Service.
We are very pleased to announce that Laura Jakubczyk, Administrative Assistant in the Faculty of Humanities’ Office of Interdisciplinary Studies (OIS) working with both the Gender Studies and Feminist Research (GSFR) and Peace Studies Programs, has been awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding service.
Allan Downey, an associate professor of Indigenous studies and history, has won this year’s English-language Canada Prize for his book The Creator’s Game: Lacrosse, Identity and Indigenous Nationhood.
Come out to the Humanities Majors Fair on Thursday, March 7th at 11:30 am – 2:30 pm.
Dr. Ibhawoh is calling for a Centre for Truth Commissions to be created in Canada.