Prof. Clive Thomson (French Studies) has published a new book with Editions Atlande, Paris. Entitled On croit comprendre le monde avec ça!: Entretiens mémoriels avec Henri Mitterrand, the book is a series of interviews with the renouned French professor and specialist of the works of Émile Zola, Henri Mitterrand, a friend, mentor and former professor of Dr. Thomson's.
Aleksandra Bergier and Kim Anderson have released a report which summarizes the findings of the literature review of Indigenous language revitalization initiatives across Canadian universities and focuses on the qualitative research about the current Indigenous language learning needs and challenges at the University of Guelph.
College of Arts students win top Classical Association of Canada Undergraduate Essay Competition prizes
Wednesday, October 2nd – 9:45 A.M., MCKN 265
Congratulations to Stephen Henighan and Candace Johnson for the publication of their book Human and Environmental Justice in Guatemala.
In early May, Dr John Walsh traveled to Greece to visit historical monuments and locations with 30 students and alumni. The group visited Athens, Mycenae, Epidaurus, Corinth, Olympia, Delphi, and several Greek islands. Preparations are underway to visit again next year, and John plans to add Crete to the list of destinations.
Please join us in congratulating Prof. Clive Thomson for the publication of his book, Autobiographie et homosexualité en France au XIXe siècle de Philippe Lejeune. Paris, Éditions de la Sorbonne - Paris 1-Panthéon, 2017, Collection "Tirés à part", ISBN - 979-10-351-0039-1.
In this work, Prof. Clive Thomson shares his experience of reading Lejeune's famous 1987 essay
Crossways in Cultural Narratives MA
SOLAL brings the world to our doorstep!
Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) Conference
The University of Guelph is home to Canada´s only Latin American and Caribbean Master´s (LACS) Program that incorporates the social sciences and the arts. On June 3-4, 2017, the LACS program and the University of Guelph will host the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies.