Film Screening of Two Award-Winning Films on Wednesday, October 26, 2016: Santhara: A Challenge to Indian Secularism? (2:30 – 3:15 pm) & Teen Behenein (Three Sisters) (3:15 – 5:30 pm).
THE ECCS WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND CULTURAL STUDIES
MEET THE PROFS
The ECS Graduate Professionalization Committee is holding a workshop on academic conferences.
Lane will be reading from her most recent collections: Witch of the Inner Wood: The Collected Long Poems (Goose Lane Press) and Heart on Fist: Essays and Reviews (Palimpsest Press). Please join us for this rare Hamilton appearance by a celebrated poet!
In his new book, scholar Henry Giroux examines “America at War with Itself.” From poisoned water in Flint and other cities to the police deaths of African Americans to hatemongering on the presidential campaign trail, Henry Giroux critiques what he believes is a slide toward authoritarianism and other failings that led to the current political climate and rise of Donald Trump.
The Department of English and Cultural Studies and the Graduate Program in Gender Studies and Feminist Research welcome Dr. Zethu Matebeni, University of Cape Town
The Department of English and Cultural Studies is delighted to welcome Dr. Andrew McKendry who will be holding a prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship with us for the next two years.
On Oct. 21 at 2:30 pm, McMaster’s Centre for Community Engaged Narrative Arts (CCENA) presents: The Good Mind: Exhibition and Reception honouring Cees & Annerie van Gemerden
The Department of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster is pleased to present the first Faculty Colloquium of the 2016-2017 academic year.
The CSN-RÉC is pleased to announce the winner of its prize for the best undergraduate essay.