University of Guelph
Shakespearean theatre reveals integral element of legal environment
By Johnny Roberts
Equality among citizens is vital for maintaining a functional society, but what does societal equity mean? Prof. Mark Fortier, English and Theatre Studies, says examining Shakespearean plays can help us understand how the term equity was conceived and the versatile meanings it has had through the ages.
By Joey Sabljic
By Natalie Osborne
Historian, pathologists study crop epidemic that has plagued coffee farmers since the mid-1800s
By Hayley Millard
Coffee was one of the first tropical crops to become a global commodity and has been one of the most highly traded across the world. But in the 19th century, a crop epidemic began to flourish that drastically changed the coffee industry.
Information technology can bring them both together
By Carol Moore
Book documents Asian elephants’ struggles as circus stars
By Joey Sabljić