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Bad Men, Poor Men, and the Ethnography of Religion and Prison-March 12 2:00 HH109

Joshua Dubler, University of Rochester Religious Studies/Anthropology Colloquium

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Dead Sea Scrolls Scholar McMaster's newest Senator William McMaster Chair of Social Sciences

Dead Sea Scrolls Scholar McMaster's newest Senator William McMaster Chair of Social Sciences

Professor Eileen Schuller named Senator William McMaster Chair in the Study of Religion.

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The Public Intellectual: Neil McLaughlin

The Public Intellectual: Neil McLaughlin

Sociology Professor Neil McLaughlin is one of the country's leading experts on public intellectuals.

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Indigenous Health Research: Indigenous Knowledge & Applied Perspectives Mon Jan 27 11-12:30 MDCL 3012

Indigenous Health Research: Indigenous Knowledge & Applied Perspectives Mon Jan 27 11-12:30 MDCL 3012

Panel Presenters: Dr. Dawn Martin Hill, Dr. Janet Smylie, Bernice Downey, Amber Skye

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Learning how to sell the self: The Integration of un(der)employed professional immigrants in Toronto Canada Feb 5 MDCL 1116 1:30

Labour Studies Talk "Learning how to sell the self: The Integration of un(der) employed professional immigrants in Toronto, Canada-Kori Allan, University of Toronto, Canada

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Anthropology Colloquium-Public Square as Medium: Reflections on an Indonesian Plaza Jan 28 CNH 607 3:30-5:00

Anthropology Colloquium-Public Square as Medium: Reflections on an Indonesian Plaza Jan 28 CNH 607 3:30-5:00

January 28 Colloquium-Public Square as Medium: Reflections on an Indonesian Plaza-Joshua Barker, University of Toronto

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 “New Pilgrims on a Medieval Route: Mobility and Community on the Tro Breiz”

“New Pilgrims on a Medieval Route: Mobility and Community on the Tro Breiz”

Religious Studies Department lecture on Wednesday January 22nd, at 1:30 pm in UH 122 by Dr. Ellen Badone (McMaster University).

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Anthropology professor maps origins of plagues

Anthropology professor maps origins of plagues

Professor Hendrik Poinar makes international headlines with discoveries related to cholera, the Black Death and the earlier Justinian plague.

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PhD candidate to study potential challenges as ministry promotes post-secondary differentiation

PhD candidate Roger Pizarro Millan receives Ontario Human Capital Research and Innovation funding.

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Skeletons from Roman Empire to provide important socio-economic information

Skeletons from Roman Empire to provide important socio-economic information

Vitamin D levels in skeletons from across the western Roman Empire to be analyzed.

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Division of Judaism and Christianity set to be challenged

Division of Judaism and Christianity set to be challenged

100-years of research to be challenged in new study focusing on early roots of Christianity and Judaism

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Department of Economics Launches First Fully Online Course

Department of Economics Launches First Fully Online Course

Assistant Professor Bridget O'Shaughnessy delivers the Department of Economics' first online course.

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Skeletons to provide clues to social environments in Roman Empire

Skeletons to provide clues to social environments in Roman Empire

A team of McMaster researchers are analyzing more than 2,000 skeletons to gain insight into the lives of citizens living in the Roman Empire.

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McMaster Political Science professor leads country in e-voting expertise

McMaster Political Science professor leads country in e-voting expertise

Political Science professor Nicole Goodman gears up for upcoming municipal elections

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Looking for mummies

Looking for mummies

Whether it's Hallowe'en or not, McMaster's Andrew Wade wants to know if you have seen a mummy.

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Sociology student becomes face of 4-H

Sociology student becomes face of 4-H

Fourth-year sociology student Kathryn Ringelberg is the face of 4-H as they celebrate their 100th anniversary.

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Sociology PhD candidate's research featured in media

Sociology PhD candidate's research featured in media

Research focuses on gay-straight alliances in Windsor high schools.

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Event unites Social sciences researchers with community organizations

Event unites Social sciences researchers with community organizations

The event Connecting the Knowledge ignites conversation between researchers and community organizations

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Four social sciences graduate students named Vanier Scholars

Four social sciences graduate students named Vanier Scholars

Four graduate students in the Faculty of Social Sciences have been awarded the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

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HIV project earns Social Work grad student a $150,000 scholarship

HIV project earns Social Work grad student a $150,000 scholarship

School of Social Work graduate student awarded prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

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