Herren will use the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation research prize to begin work on the first complete edition of the oldest Latin-English dictionary, the Epinal-Erfurt Glossary, which dates to the late 17th century.Read more
Miranda Hill will read from her debut collection of short stories at York as part of the Creative Writing Reading Series in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies Wednesday, Feb. 27.Read more
Vanier College Productions’ wildly warm-hearted theatrical experience of The Mystery of Edwin Drood runs until Feb. 10.
A project featuring a dynamic experiential education initiative that brings York students together with youth from the Jane and Finch community is making some beautiful NOISE.Read more
New students entering York University can now enrol online as part of a new transition initiative supported by the Academic Innovation Fund.Read more
A large cross-functional team from the Faculties of Health, Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, Learning & Technology Services and the Teaching Commons, with support from the Academic Innovation Fund, is developing a sustainable, scalable eLearning system for the University.Read more
Between Empires: Sheikh-Sir Mbarak al-Hinawy 1896-1959, an illustrated biography by York anthropology Professor Zulfikar Hirji , which will launch Wednesday, encompasses the last decades of the imperial and colonial era in present-day Kenya.
Labour environmentalists and academics will discuss the challenges and creative strategies for labour leadership on global warming as part of the Work in a Warming World panel discussion Friday.
A new book edited by women’s studies Professor Andrea O’Reilly, What Do Mothers Need?, examines what mothers need in 21st century North American society to adequately care for their children while living full and purposeful lives.
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.