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October 28, 2021
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Active Voice with Ivan Coyote & Zalika Reid-Benta
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English's Aaron Schneider publishes short fiction collection
Madeline Bassnett featured on November 8 COP26 People's Summit
Rwanda: Culture, Society, and Reconstruction info session - November 9
Tilottama Rajan co-publishes
Roberto Esposito, New Directions in Biophilosophy
Nandi Bhatia presents at
Partition Stories from Canada
on October 20
Clarissa Suryani publishes new novel
The Curse of Morton Abbey
Arts & Humanities Student Council
stay up to date with the events and activities of our Faculty's council.
Friday department mixers in the Talbot Tent - 3-5pm
Opportunities to submit work for publication and join council!
Art Now! "GardenShip and State" panel discussion
Happening in Arts & Humanities
Visual Arts alumna, BFA'94, Kelly Greene named inaugural Indigenous artist-in-residence.
Heather Stewart, Philosophy PhD'21, awarded Governor General's Gold Medal for academic excellence.
Tom Cull, English and Writings Studies, helms clean-up teams for Antler River. The assistant professor engages students and the community.
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