All students in an Honours English & Cultural Studies program need to complete Level IV seminars as part of their program requirements. Since these courses are limited in size, enrollment is available by departmental permission only.
CCENA invites you to a very special afternoon panel discussion with the directors of three of Canada’s most remarkable social innovation action and research groups speaking on the role of the arts in generating social inclusion, intellectual emancipation, and grounded change.
Dr. Henry Giroux has been named Jarislowsky Fellow in Global Engagement at Waterloo University. The theme for Winter 2018 is “Global Populism and Democratic Futures.” Read more about the Global Engagement Program here: https://uwaterloo.ca/global-engagement-program/.
Out today in The Conversation: Dr. Chandrima Chakraborty’s reflection on the Air India tragedy, its place in Canadian national memory, and her ongoing work to document the narratives generated by it, both personal and collective.
The Centre for Community-Engaged Narrative Arts (CCENA), in partnership with Hamilton Arts and Letters (HAL), is excited to announce our joint event in the Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion at the Art Gallery of Hamilton (AGH) on Friday, December 1 at 7p.m.
The Department of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University and Hamilton Public Library are pleased to welcome: Gary Barwin, Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence (2017-2018)!
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Henry Giroux on his recent receipt of an Honorary Doctorate from the University of the West of Scotland.
Please join us in congratulating Daniel Coleman on the hugely successful launch of his new book, Yardwork: A Biography of an Urban Place (Wolsak & Wynn).
Amber Dean’s Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women and Shawna Ferris’s Street Sex Work and Canadian Cities were recently awarded the Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes (WGSRF) Association’s Outstanding Scholarship Prize.
Emma McKenna recently won an honourable mention for the 2017 Marta Danylewycz Prize from the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) and Canadian Committee on Women’s History (CCWH-CCHF)!