Political Science

Jane Philpott and Jody Wilson-RaybouldIndependent MPs Jane Philpott and Jody Wilson-Raybould speak with the media in the foyer of the House of Commons in Ottawa, April 3.

Violence a barrier to women entering politics, say researchers

Despite the impression that women have made great progress in Canadian politics, they remain under-represented and violence is one barrier they face.

table full of world flagsAbout 50 high school students will role-play international diplomats in a Model United Nations on the UWindsor campus this weekend.

Campus to play host to high-school diplomats

About 50 high school students will role-play international diplomats in a Model United Nations on the UWindsor campus this weekend.

Douglas Kneale, Rima Asfour, Kim Nelson“Why Humanities?” competition winner Rima Asfour (centre) accepts congratulations from UWindsor interim president Douglas Kneale and Humanities Research Group director Kim Nelson.

Poetry pressed into service by Why Humanities? competition finalists

Political science student Rima Asfour won the “Why Humanities?” competition with an impassioned poem inspired by a horrific terrorist attack.

Michael RobertoHistorian Michael Roberto will discuss the 1920s and ’30s rise of fascism in the United States in a free public talk March 25 at the SoCA Armouries.

Origins of American fascism subject of public lecture

Historian Michael Roberto will discuss the 1920s and ’30s rise of fascism in the United States in a free public talk March 25 at the SoCA Armouries.