Join us on the 7th floor Kaneff Tower for "What is Heritage?" Visiting Professor Susan Ashley (Northumbria University) shares some personal experiences on 'what is heritage' and how tangible and intangible heritage is valued. When: Wednesday November 20, 2019, 1-2:20 PM Where: 7th floor Event Space, Kaneff Tower
Calling all Northern Researchers! Each year, recipients of the Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP) at York University gather to share the results of their amazing research experiences in the North at our annual Northern Research Symposium. This year, we are opening our […]
Join us at the Robarts Centre on Wednesday September 25 for a Meet and Greet (2-3 pm). Faculty and students interested in Canadian Studies are invited to meet members of the Centre on the 7th floor Kaneff Tower (right outside the Robarts Centre offices). Light refreshments will be served.
This special issue calls for articles that investigate the relation between vulnerability and agency in Canadian literature. The very notion of Canadian-ness has been traditionally associated with certain forms of vulnerability, be they historical, geographical, cultural, or ecological. At the same time, many Canadian texts seem to engage with modes of exposure that, in their […]
The talks from our 2018-19 Visiting Professors in Canadian Studies are now available on the Robarts Centre Youtube channel Professor Paul Halferty, School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin Theatrical Protest Before Decriminalization: The Gay Politics of John Hebert Fortunes and Men’s Eyes at Toronto Central Library Theatre Analyzing the theatrical development of […]