Are you prepared to make the leap from first-year to upper-level studies? Want to know more about the courses and unique paths each program offers in Level II and beyond? The Humanities Majors Fair is your chance to ask these questions and more.
McMaster History graduate Adam Shoalts, is planning to celebrate 150-years of Confederation by hiking a 4,000 kilometer route across Canada’s Arctic.
Students in Brianna Palmer’s Applied Humanities course (3W03/4W03) collaborated with students from Queen’s University for ‘The Botanical Print Extravaganza’.
Stories of the ‘More-than-human-world,’ is the latest in a series of public forums organized and hosted by the new McMaster Centre for Community Engaged Narrative Arts (CCENA).
The ceremony celebrated the efforts of students across the faculty for their academic and research achievements.
“I’m interested in being out in the world. To have an experience as a human being and to write about it, that’s my interest.”
Housed within the Department of Linguistics and Languages, ARiEAL is led by Dr. John Connolly and is comprised of experts from Faculties of Humanities, Engineering, and Health Sciences.
Attention Graduate Students: Can you explain years of research in just three minutes?
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?