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VISA prof’s interactive art part of Washington, D.C., exhibit

VISA prof’s interactive art part of Washington, D.C., exhibit

Visual Arts Prof. Donna Szoke’s interactive media installation will be in an upcoming international exhibition in Washington, D.C., next month.

VISA prof to speak at National Museum of Animals & Society

VISA prof to speak at National Museum of Animals & Society

Keri Cronin, chair of the Visual Arts department, will speak to the importance of visual components in animal welfare campaigns in Los Angeles next month.

Brock profs’ new Viking book gets rave reviews

Brock profs’ new Viking book gets rave reviews

The Viking Age: A Reader (U of T Press, 2010) and The Vikings and Their Age (U of T Press, 2013) by Angus A. Somerville (English) and R.A. McDonald (History) have had an astonishing success in the world of Viking studies.

Visual arts instructor nominated for city arts award

Visual arts instructor nominated for city arts award

Drawing instructor Arnold McBay has been nominated for a City of St. Catharines Arts Award in the established artist category.

Publications and Presentations - May 2 (Humanities)

Publications and Presentations - May 2 (Humanities)

A roundup of recent publications and presentations by faculty in Humanities.

Presentations — Humanities

Presentations — Humanities

A roundup of presentations by Humanities faculty.

Birthday celebrations planned for former philosophy chair

Birthday celebrations planned for former philosophy chair

On Saturday, Nov. 24, at noon, family and friends of professor emeritus John Mayer will celebrate his 80th birthday at Pond Inlet at Brock University.

Visual Arts professors involved in exhibits

Visual Arts professors involved in exhibits

Two Visual Arts professors were involved in curating or opening art exhibits in July.

Political Science

Political Science

David Siegel spoke to a study tour of senior civil servants from India and Sri Lanka in Toronto on May 23 on the topic of “The Structure of Local Government in Canada.”

Philosophy

Philosophy

Christine Daigle presented the paper “Infusing the Humanities with Meaning: Beauvoir’s Philosophy and Literature of the Appeal” at the 20th International Conference of the Simone de Beauvoir Society, “Simone de Beauvoir: Philosophy, Literature and the Humanities,” on June 23 in Oslo, Norway.
Christine Daigle presented the paper “On Feeling/Being Out of Place” at the BTTTT! 2012 [...]

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