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New Book

New Book

Donna Baines and Stephen McBride eds. Orchestrating Austerity: Impacts and Resistance has just been published by Fernwood Publishing.

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Women in leadership report released

Women in leadership report released

Professor Karen Bird teamed up with Hamilton YWCA to write the report looking at the number of women in leadership roles across the Hamilton and Halton areas.

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Women & Diversity - The EXCLerator Project

Dr. Karen Bird and PhD student Samantha Jackson launch report on women's representation among executive and community leadership positions in Hamilton and Halton.

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Gendered Impact of Austerity

Gendered Impact of Austerity

On September 22nd Kate McInturff, Canadian Centre or Policy Alternatives, spoke to an audience of 60 students and faculty on Gender and Austerity

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Political Science student promotes music and international development

Political Science student promotes music and international development

Lucas Canzona and his Sound of Change organization present the band Alvvays Oct. 5 at the Hamilton Casbah.

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Sept 24 Scottish Independence: The Quebec Connection

Sept 24 Scottish Independence: The Quebec Connection

A CIC-sponsored talk: How has the Quebec sovereignty movement influenced Scotland's desire for autonomy?

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Scottish Independence: The Quebec Connection--Sept 24

Scottish Independence: The Quebec Connection--Sept 24

September 24th, 6pm: A CIC talk with Dr. Peter Graefe, Associate Professor, Political Science

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Royal Society of Canada fellow to discuss the Dead Sea Scrolls

Royal Society of Canada fellow to discuss the Dead Sea Scrolls

Professor Schuller is the Senator William McMaster Chair in Religious Studies and a member of the Royal Society of Canada

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Schuller elected to Royal Society of Canada - to deliver free lecture on Dead Sea Scrolls

Schuller elected to Royal Society of Canada - to deliver free lecture on Dead Sea Scrolls

McMaster Religious Studies Professor Eileen Schuller elected to the Royal Society of Canada on September 9. Lecture planned for Sept. 23.

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McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences ranked in Top 50

McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences ranked in Top 50

For the seventh year in a row, McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences has been ranked as one of the Top 50 Faculty of Social Sciences in the world.

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