Thesis Title: "Heterosexist Suspicion of a Queer Outsider" ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
Proposal Title: "Making America Healthy Again: Purity, Fear, and the Construction of Healthy Subjectivities in the U.S." ALL ARE WELCOME
The School of Fine Art and Music presents the F19 Applied Music Recitals that feature Graham Steinman on Jazz Guitar, followed by Cody Drake performing on drums. All are welcome. Free admission.
How do we navigate a mindful practice socially? Especially while under stress? And, with awareness of our voice and vibration? S.A. (Stacey) will read her auto-ethnographic vignettes and reflections of taking care of an elder-parent. Click here to view the poster. Free Admission! All are welcome.
Rural History Roundtable: Speaker Series Fall 2019 presents Theatre from the Fields: An Investigation into The Farm Show. Featuring Taylor Marie Graham, Theatre Practitioner, Educator, and PhD Student, University of Guelph.
Join Dr. Sean Bellaviti as he presents, The Politics of Pleasure: Salsa in Revolutionary Venezuela. This Public Lectures is hosted by the School of Languages and Literatures. Free Admission and all are welcome.
The University of Guelph Chamber Music Ensemble plays their end-of-semester performance. The Ensemble will play a selection of traditional and contemporary compositions. Free admission.
The panel on youth and improvisation includes Lisa Sandlos, Jashen Edwards and Carey West. Free and open to the public! Click here to see the poster.
The University of Guelph Jazz Ensemble plays a 2-set performance at Manhattans. Presented by School of Fine Arts and Music and the College of Arts.