The conference, (Re)Constructions: Researching and Rethinking Asia, will present graduate research work that rethinks the epistemology and methodology of researching Asia on April 26 and 27 at the Glendon campus.Read more
The Micheline Saint-Cyr Prize is an annual French-language short story contest that celebrates writing produced by York students. Audrey Harvey’s story will be published in Virages, a prestigious Franco-Ontarian short-story journal.Read more
The objective of the symposium is to explore the relationship between Canada and Korea. Organized by senior students at Glendon College, the symposium aims to foster intellectual dialogue among students, academics, scholars, government officials and NGOs about Korea. The one-day symposium will take place April 6 and is open to the public.Read more
Thirteen from York University will present papers as part of the American Society for Environmental History Conference. The conference starts today and more than 600 delegates will be attending the event.Read more
Some 36 students from the Faculties of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts and Glendon presented posters on a range of research topics as part of York University’s inaugural Undergraduate Research Fair.Read more
University of Quebec political science Professor Jacques Levesque will discuss where Russia fits now, as part of the Royal Society of Canada Governor General Lecture Series at Glendon Wednesday.