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Guelph Places Third in National Music Poll

The University of Guelph has placed third for musical culture on Canadian campuses, according to results of a CBC poll announced today.

The nationwide, online poll asked alumni and students to vote for the school with the best campus music culture. Wilfrid Laurier University won the top spot, with the University of King’s College second. Guelph came third, ahead of Brandon University and Mount Allison University.

Philosophy: Graduate

On Saturday, March 13 we held the 3rd annual Philosophy Graduate Students' Association Conference. This year's theme was “Bodies in the World.” Our keynote speaker was Professor Hasana Sharp (McGill), who gave a talk entitled “‘Men have nothing less in their power than their tongues': On spoken passions.” See the speakers and conferences page.

Philosophy: Undergraduate

Students have started an undergraduate philosophy journal, Agora. Congratulations, and thanks, to all who write for it and help to produce it.

We would also like to draw your attention to a philosophy blog, the Hemlock Journal , put together by our undergraduate students and devoted to "alternative and creative means of doing philosophy".

Philosophy: Undergraduate

Students have started an undergraduate philosophy journal, Agora. Congratulations, and thanks, to all who write for it and help to produce it.

We would also like to draw your attention to a philosophy blog, the Hemlock Journal , put together by our undergraduate students and devoted to "alternative and creative means of doing philosophy".

Philosophy: Undergraduate

Students have started an undergraduate philosophy journal, Agora. Congratulations, and thanks, to all who write for it and help to produce it.

We would also like to draw your attention to a philosophy blog, the Hemlock Journal , put together by our undergraduate students and devoted to "alternative and creative means of doing philosophy".

History: Richard Reid

 

The Civil War diary of Burt G. Wilder, edited by Richard Reid, has been published by University of Massachusetts Press this month: Practicing Medicine in a Black Regiment: The Civil War Diary of Burt G. Wilder, 55th Massachusetts (more...)

 

History: Alan Gordon

A new book by our own Alan Gordon has just been released by UBC Press: The Hero and the Historians: Historiography and the Uses of Jacques Cartier (more...)

History: Elizabeth Ewan

Elizabeth Ewan recently completed editorial work to bring to publication a book by Audrey-Beth Fitch of the California University of Pennsylvania. At the time of her passing in 2005, Dr.

History: Elizabeth Ewan

Elizabeth Ewan recently completed editorial work to bring to publication a book by Audrey-Beth Fitch of the California University of Pennsylvania. At the time of her passing in 2005, Dr.

History: Elizabeth Ewan

Elizabeth Ewan recently completed editorial work to bring to publication a book by Audrey-Beth Fitch of the California University of Pennsylvania. At the time of her passing in 2005, Dr.