Despite the Juried Art Show being cancelled due to COVID-19, we are determined to do what we do best - celebrate and acknowledge the incredible work that you have made over the last two semesters!
The Juried Art Show Coordinators with the support of the Studio Art Faculty would like to announce that we will be presenting the 2020 Studio Art Awards virtually this year!
Professor Kevin James continues to build a research team to explore aspects of modern Scottish history, especially tourism and travel, as well as prospective MA students interested in the experiences of travel in war and periods of crisis.
"The Fight to Take Down 'The Big Indian":
Digital Humanities and its use in social justice work." This was the DH@Guelph Winter 2020 DigiCafé contribution to our virtual lecture series with CRIHN at the Université de Montréal and The Humanities Data Lab at the University of Ottawa.A Visiting Associate Professor at Western University and Associate Professor of Public History at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse, Ariel Beaujot discussed how her classroom-based DH work in Wisconsin contributed to a campaign to take down a racially insensitive statue, addressing how public history and digital humanities helped to change municipal policy. Ariel is the Executive Director of Hear, Here, designed to enhance narratives in public history.
www.hearherelacross.org // www.hearherelondon.org.
The final alumni feature of the 2019-2020 school year is Lisa Maldonado, a Spanish graduate and current Editor for the United Nations in Nairobi, Kenya!
Today we are featuring 1999 English graduate Chantalle Asselin, a yoga instructor here in Guelph!
Simone Dalton has been named the winner of the $10k RBC Taylor Emerging Writer Prize
Today's #WhereAreTheyWednesday features 2011 Theatre Studies graduate Gabriella Sundar Singh, who is pursuing her career as a Dancer/Actor/Singer!