Watch the dynamic video profiling the new Institute, directed by Dr. Claudia Emerson and based in the Department of Philosophy, and how it uses the latest research to analyse the ethical challenges involving global health and development.
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Dr. Ellen Amster brings together the humanities with health sciences, and does it from a global perspective
McMaster University hosted a biannual conference bringing together Canadian and international scholars whose research focuses on ancient Greek and Roman philosophy.
Professors Nancy Doubleday (Philosophy) and Bonny Ibhawoh (History) are working with an international team of researchers and practitioners to map, understand, and support new forms of civic engagement.
Dr. York, an award-winning teacher and researcher who holds the Senator William McMaster Chair in Canadian Literature and Culture, has received the University’s highest honour.
Organised by Dr. Chandrima Chakraborty and the Department of English & Cultural Studies, this conference was the first to bring together creative artists, family members of those who died in the bombing of Air India Flight 182, scholars, students, and the wider public to engage in a dialogue about the Air India tragedy and its aftermath.
Department of French Professors Eugénia dos Santos, Eugène Nshimiyimana and Joëlle Papillon organised this international conference held at McMaster University on March 18-19, 2016.
School of the Arts professors Judy Major-Girardin and Briana Palmer co-curated an international exhibition focused on environmentally responsible print practice. The SHIFT exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art is open and free to the public and will be ongoing until April 2, 2016.
On February 1, 2016, Humanities celebrated our research achievements of 2014-15 and launched a new video series titled “Research Leaders”