A new collection, co-edited by York University Professor Stefan Kipfer, looking at the work of intellectual and politician Antonio Gramsci will launch March 12.Read more
Motion capture technology and digital special effects normally used in blockbuster movies bring Shakespeare’s classic fairy tale to life in Theatre @ York’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.Read more
The Faculty of Graduate Studies will host a celebration of research in collaboration with the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation, showcasing the research of seven York graduate students, during a three-minute thesis competition.Read more
The conference features more than 70 local, national and international artists, curators and scholars showcasing contemporary game-based artworks.Read more
Six panellists, including two students, talked with audience members about what a mentally healthy campus would look like at York U Let’s Talk Mental Health community dialogue event Tuesday.Read more
Master of Fine Arts candidates in York’s Graduate Program in Dance premiere a cluster of original works in The Field opening tonight in the Sandra Faire and Ivan Fecan Theatre on York’s Keele campus.Read more
Professor Richard Hornsey is the Lassonde School of Engineering’s new Associate Dean Academic and Professor Spiros Pagiatakis is the school’s new Associate Dean Research and Graduate Studies.Read more
An innovative project funded by the Academic Innovation Fund is creating a 3-D map of York University’s Keele campus that will be used to create real-life simulations of emergency situations.Read more
Kathryn McPherson is a professor in the Department of History in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, a historian and the former chair of the School of Women’s Studies.
The Knight of the Burning Pestle, directed by MFA directing candidate Timothy Askew, will run from Jan. 20 to 26 at the Joseph G. Green Studio Theatre.