Friends – all with a McMaster connection – collaborate on a new book highlighting Canada’s queer archives.
Janet Rogers, the McMaster University/Hamilton Public Library Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer in Residence, recently invited the Hamilton community to share their stories about what home means to them.
Dr. Chandrima Chakraborty speaks on the 35th anniversary of the bombing of Air India flight 182.
Emma Croll-Baehre is one of 5 McMaster PhD students to receive a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship this year.
ECS PhD candidate Constantine Gidaris has published the essay “What It Takes to Record a Black Person’s Death” in The Conversation. Read it here.
ECS PhD graduate Sarah Olutola has published an essay on “The White Privilege of ‘Necessary’ Violence” in the online magazine Zora. Read it here.
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BLACK LIVES MATTER.
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Join our Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence, Janet Rogers in a live online reading of her new book Ego of a Nation on June 19th from 2-3pm! Click here to find out information on this exciting author event hosted by Hamilton Public Library!
Eugenia Zuroski’s inaugural public lecture in the Online Digital Seminar for Eighteenth-Century Studies is now available on YouTube.