The Wilson Institute is hosting a SSHRC-funded workshop on the subject of international Communism, which will draw renewed attention to the world-shaping impacts of both Communist ideas and parties. Anyone can attend.
Dr. Sara Bannerman and Dr. Paula Gardner have organized a one-day regional workshop to be held at the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship. It will feature a keynote talk by Nora Young, host of the CBC Radio program Spark, at 2:00PM in CIBC Hall (McMaster University Student Centre, room 319) – all are welcome to attend.
The series’ inaugural guest writer was award-winning Indigenous author Eden Robinson who spoke about her new novel, Son of a Trickster, on February 8, 2017 at Westdale Secondary School.
ARiEAL, a new interdisciplinary research centre focused on language research, has announced the launch of its new website: arieal.mcmaster.ca
Learn more about the provocatively titled research workshop hosted by the L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History at McMaster University on April 28-29, 2017.
Performers and researchers from around the world convened at McMaster University to explore “live coding,” or the practice of programming computers in real time to generate music and visuals for a live audience.
On May 6, 2013, the Faculty of Humanities hosted McMaster’s first workshop on knowledge mobilization in order to share some of the important work currently being done by Humanities researchers and their community partners.