Congratulations to Professor Mary O’Connor! She, among others of the McMaster community, is nominated for a YWCA Women of Distinction Award.
On Thursday, February 9, The Distinguished Scholars Series in Critical Pedagogy presents a public lecture: “Multiculturalism, Political Correctness, and the Left: A Search for Common Ground,” with Aviva Chomsky, Professor of History, Salem State University in Massachusetts.
This series will feature a Canadian writer in conversation with a McMaster University PhD candidate (in this case, Kaitlin Debicki, Mohawk, Wolf Clan). Each guest author will discuss their latest book and specific social and cultural components that inform their work, as well as their life as a writer.
“Cultural Classics: Film and Expression through the 20th century” will be held on every other Monday starting from Jan. 23, 2017, from 4:30-6:30 pm in CNH 317.
MSU’s Women and Gender Equity Network present a documentary film screening of “It Happened Here” on Monday, January 23 at 8:00 pm.
Upcoming Teaching Assistant Workshops for Winter 2017. Facilitated by the ECS Graduate Resource TA, Emma McKenna. Topics include: Inclusion, Equity, and Accessibility in the Classroom; Teaching and Learning Strategies; Navigating Avenue to Learn; Understanding the Collective Agreement; Marking Strategies; and Mark-In.
You are cordially invited to CCENA’s second “long table” gathering of the year! This open public forum builds off of an earlier CCENA panel at which presenter, Dr. Bonnie Freeman (Hodinohso:ni/Algonquin), urged us to think beyond people-narratives, to think instead of stories and narratives of the land. The focus of this discussion will be land as teacher, land as pedagogy.
Feral Feminisms, an independent, inter-media, peer reviewed, open access online journal, invites submissions from artists, activists, and scholars for a special issue entitled, Critical Interventions in Rape Culture, guest edited by Nisha Eswaran, Emma McKenna, and Sarah Wahab.
The Department of English and Cultural Studies and the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition are pleased to present, “Encounters that Bite: Social Welfare, Community Engagement, and Transnational Intimacy in Interwar London.”
On Thursday, February 9th, the Department of English and Cultural Studies and the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship will be co-hosting a public lecture on photographic representation in social media by Dr. Aimée Morrison.