Professors Louis Cabri, Thomas Dilworth, and Jeremy Worth offer reading suggestions for lockdown.
Humanities Week, Nov. 11 through 15, promises a series of diverse events in casual settings.
Professor emeritus Walter Temelini has produced a book on the settlement of Italians in southern Ontario.
Campus flags will be lowered Friday, July 19, in memory of retired languages instructor Ingrid Helbing, who died July 12.
Humanities Week promises events every day, March 25 to 29.
The notions and ideas that poured out of conversations with a renowned French philosopher are just as poignant today as they were in 1972. And for the first time, those words transcribed by Jean-Paul Sartre, Philippe Gavi, and Pierre Victor in It Is Right to Rebel have been translated into English, thanks to two retired University of Windsor professors.
A competition invites students to answer the question “What do the humanities mean to you?”
The 1967 Ambassador yearbook included a tribute to French professor Gustave C. Dispas, killed by a drunk driver while saving two women.
A lecture Wednesday will explore modern attempts to retract the ancient journey in the Odyssey.