Dr. Whitfield’s public lecture is titled “Sketches of Everyday Enslaved Black People in the Canadian Maritime.”
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CCENA supports local storymakers and the narrative arts in Hamilton. All events are free and open to the public. The Long Table event on November 21 features poet John Hill (Oneida nation from Six Nations of the Grand River) and Tuscarora artist Waylon Wilson.
A public film screening and artist panel designed to foster conversation about incarceration will take place at the Staircase Theatre in Hamilton.
The renowned historian will give a public talk titled “Spirit of ’68: Remembering the University in Revolutionary Times” – all are welcome.
Dr. Chandrima Chakraborty has published a personal reflection on why the Air India tragedy has not claimed a prominent place in Canadian public memory, and the ongoing efforts to document the effects of this tragedy.
Dr. Pope, co-director of the McMaster Centre for Ancient Numismatics, uses cutting-edge technology to study a 2,600 year-old city.
Several Humanities researchers have had their research featured in The Conversation Canada, which showcases academic work in short, easy-to-read articles.
ARiEAL is a research centre based in the Faculty of Humanities that focuses on interdisciplinary language research using cutting-edge research tools.
The Bertrand Russell Research Centre and the McMaster University Library will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the acquisition of the Russell Archives in 2018, hosting workshops and other activities related to Russell and the history of analytic philosophy.
From Vimy Ridge to computer-generated music, here’s a list of some recent podcasts featuring McMaster researchers.