Cultural Inquiry and Creative Practice

Cultural Inquiry and Creative Practice leverages deep inquiry and diverse material practices through scholarly and artistic processes to discover, analyse, and contextualise an extensive range of topics from literature, history, philosophy, and culture.

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A better bottom line (Research Magazine)

The third edition of the OMAFRA-UofG Partnership, Agri-Food yearbook.  Click on the magazine cover for a full screen view. 

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A Helping Hand (Research Magazine)

The Winter 2011 Research magazine focuses on human health and disease. Click on the magazine cover for a full screen view.

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A novel approach: Moral philosophy is combined with practical development to reshape how we tackle poverty (Canada Research Chairs - 2 pager)

Highlighting the research of Monique Deveuax, Canada Research Chair in Ethics and Global Social Change.

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Barry Smit - Gold Medal from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Recognition Announcement)

Hats off to University of Guelph geography professor Barry Smit – he’s been awarded the prestigious Gold Medal from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, recognizing him as one of the world’s leading authorities on climate change. This award honours scholars for original thought, work and leadership that has advanced their field and enriched Canada’s cultural and intellectual life. Barry, who has done extensive work in Canada’s North, is the first U of G professor to win this award. Congratulations Barry!

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Brand New Keys for Learning (Research Magazine)

The Summer 2012 Research magazine highlights pedagogical research being done at the University of Guelph.

Changing the way we see differences: Stories are a powerful tool for challenging stereotypes

Changing the way we see differences: Stories are a powerful tool for challenging stereotypes (Canada Research Chairs - 2 pager)

Highlighting the research of Carla Rice, Canada Research Chair in Care, Gender and Relationships.

Changing tradition for the better: Daughter deficit and its effect on marriage in India

Changing tradition for the better: Daughter deficit and its effect on marriage in India (Canada Research Chairs - 2 pager)

Highlighting the research of Sharada Srinivasan, Canada Research Chair in Gender, Justice and Development.

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College of Arts - Research (Strategically Themed Newsletter)

From global ethics to soundscape recording, from enquiry-based learning to the Asterion labyrinth, from Romania to Shanghai, and from Bremen to Guelph, College of Arts investigators enact essential creativity, making the University of Guelph a Canadian leader in humanities research.

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Communities (Strategically Themed Newsletter)

Research at the University of Guelph influences a diversity of communities, in Guelph and throughout the world. As our population ages and changes, our researchers are responding by examining questions related to aging, disease, disabilities and nutrition. Food policy, elder care food standards, cultural practices, and the availability of diverse food products are among the issues being explored that affect communities.

Equal access to justice:  Violence prevention resources must be a priority for individuals, groups and communities

Equal access to justice: Violence prevention resources must be a priority for individuals, groups and communities (Canada Research Chairs - 2 pager)

Highlighting the research of Myrna Dawson, Canada Research Chair in Public Policy in Criminal Justice