Please join us for the latest ECS Visiting Speaker Series talk, “Grieving Empire: Affect Aliens, Disablement, and Aesthetic Catharsis,” at the Sherman Centre, Mills Library, Monday, February 11, 2019, from 3:30-5:00 pm.
Wednesday January 30th: My World’s on Fire, How ‘bout Yours? Unravelling the Politics and Culture of Climate Change
Congratulations to ECS Professor Eugenia Zuroski on the publication of her chapbook of poetry Hovering, Seen, available now from Anstruther Press!
The Centre for Community Engaged Narrative Arts, headed up by ECS professors Lorraine York and Daniel Coleman, is hosting its latest Long Table event on Wednesday February 6th titled Placing Attention.
Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies Amber Dean has released her latest book, Feminist Praxis Revisited, Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement.
Humanities course’s approach is just write New mandatory first year course provides students with an opportunity to improve writing By: Kian Yousefi Kousha As one word finds itself next to another, the ideas in our mind begin to fill pages. These words have the ability to further our imagination and change our lives. Whether conveyed…
Join us on Tuesday January 22nd at 10:30 for the first Visiting Speaker Series panel of the year, featuring three recent graduates of McMaster’s doctoral program in English and Cultural Studies — Jennifer Adese, Vinh Nguyen, and S. Trimble — as well as current McMaster postdoctoral fellow Lucia Lorenzi.
There will be two exciting opportunities to see ECS Professor Daniel Coleman read from his Hamilton Literary Award winning book, Yardwork: A Biography of an Urban Place over the next couple of weeks!
We are pleased to announce that Professor Henry Giroux is set to receive the 2019 Professional Freedom and Responsibility Award, from the Cultural and Critical Studies Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
This conference, co-organized by ECS’s Shane Neilson and hosted by the Canadian Association for Health Humanities, is to be held April 12-13 2019 at McMaster. It asks: How can humanities-based methodologies assist health professional learners and practitioners to develop cultural humility?