Join us Thursday February 14, 2019 for "Why was Glenn Gould Canadian? A Japanese Perspective on the Pianist's Mind." Professor Junichi Miyazawa (Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo) reconsiders dismissed or forgotten but relevant realities of Canada to confirm Gould's Canadian identity. When: Thursday February 14, 6:30 PM Where: 373 ACE (Accolade East)
The History of Indigenous Peoples (HIP) Network, based at York University and housed in the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, and the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation (OCF), located on Manitoulin Island, is pleased to invite applications for the Manitoulin Island Summer Historical Institute (MISHI), August 19-25, 2019. MISHI is an annual event in Anishinaabe Studies that […]
We are very excited to announce the relaunch of the Odessa Prize for the Study of Canada. The Odessa Prize is a major award ($1000!) given to the best paper on a Canadian topic in a fourth-year course (the paper can be written in English or French). Check out the announcement in today's yFile. Faculty […]
2018 Northern Studies Research Symposium Friday November 2, 2018 749 Kaneff Tower; 9:30AM Join us on Friday to hear research reports from the 2018-19 Northern Scientific Training Program grant recipients.
Join us Thursday November 29, 2018 for J. Paul Halferty (School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin). Professor Halferty is a Robarts Centre Visiting Professor this semester and will discuss his research on "Theatrical Protest Before Decriminalization: The Gay Politics of John Hebert's Fortune and Men's Eyes at Toronto's Central Library Theatre. When: Thursday […]