McMaster Professor Henry A. Giroux latest interview has been published by the New York Times Opinion Pages. Titled “The Violence of Forgetting,” Dr. Giroux is interviewed by political philosopher Brad Evans from the University of Bristol.
Throughout the year, the Faculty of Humanities welcomes many great guest lecturers from McMaster and from other institutions around the world. Some of our most prestigious events include the Whidden Lecture Series and the Harry Lyman Hooker Distinguished Visiting Lecture. If you missed the lecture the first time around, now you can catch it on our YouTube channel!
A group of McMaster students are currently on a four week field study course in Morocco.
Heather Vida-Moore and Cassandra Ferguson’s artwork is now on display in the Dr. Robert & Andrée Rhéaume Fitzhenry Studios and Atrium.
Concert pianist and former Associate Professor in School of the Arts, Valerie Tryon, has donated her archive to the McMaster Library.
We hope you had a great time visiting the McMaster campus for May@Mac 2016.
June 23, 1985 – Air India Flight 182 exploded over the Atlantic Ocean while in Irish airspace. Thirty-years later, Dr. Chandrima Chakraborty, an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Cultural Studies, is hosting a conference that brings relatives of the victims together with authors and scholars in the field.
Our annual campus-wide McMaster open house is coming Saturday, May 7, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Students trade classroom for the historical sites of Hamilton Students enrolled in the History 3HP3: History Practicum course have the opportunity to trade the classroom for the historical sites of Hamilton. The unique course pairs McMaster History students with local businesses or community groups working on specific heritage projects. In other placements, students have partnered…
A bike tour of Hamilton organized by Michael Egan, Associate Professor of History, tells the story of Hamilton’s history as well as a look into its future.