Three areas in the Faculty of Social Sciences will host a series of lectures and seminars from visiting H. L. Lyman Hooker Fellows throughout March that will focus on issues of health, international relations and globalization.
Visit us at the Faculty of Social Sciences Level II Programs Fair on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 in the MUSC Marketplace from 12:30 - 3:30 pm
Tuesday March 4th 3:30-5:30 HH 102
The collaboration ACCESS (Arts-Centred Community-Engaged Social Sciences) has lined up an impressive range of free public presentations.
Joshua Dubler, University of Rochester Religious Studies/Anthropology Colloquium
Professor Eileen Schuller named Senator William McMaster Chair in the Study of Religion.
Sociology Professor Neil McLaughlin is one of the country's leading experts on public intellectuals.
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
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
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
Religious Studies Department lecture on Wednesday January 22nd, at 1:30 pm in UH 122 by Dr. Ellen Badone (McMaster University).
Professor Hendrik Poinar makes international headlines with discoveries related to cholera, the Black Death and the earlier Justinian plague.
PhD candidate Roger Pizarro Millan receives Ontario Human Capital Research and Innovation funding.
Vitamin D levels in skeletons from across the western Roman Empire to be analyzed.
100-years of research to be challenged in new study focusing on early roots of Christianity and Judaism
Assistant Professor Bridget O'Shaughnessy delivers the Department of Economics' first online course.
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.
Political Science professor Nicole Goodman gears up for upcoming municipal elections
Whether it's Hallowe'en or not, McMaster's Andrew Wade wants to know if you have seen a mummy.