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Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

two people walking in snowy woodA new book by three of Windsor’s poets laureate provides a portrait of the Ojibway Prairie complex. Photo by Marty Gervais.

Book documents natural gem

A new book by three of Windsor’s poets laureate provides a portrait of the Ojibway Prairie complex.
Chile Eboe-OsujiChile Eboe-Osuji will receive the American Society of International Law’s Goler T. Butcher Medal for outstanding contributions to international human rights law in April.

Professor honoured for contributions to international law

Chile Eboe-Osuji will receive the American Society of International Law’s Goler T. Butcher Medal for outstanding contributions to international human rights law in April.

Kristoffer RomeroUWindsor neuropsychologist Kristoffer Romero is developing a cognitive assessment that can be used online, making these tests more accessible to aging Canadians.

Project aims at effective online tests for aging memories

A UWindsor neuropsychologist is developing a cognitive assessment that can be used online, making these tests more accessible to aging Canadians.
Students rehearse a scene of “Good White Men.”Students rehearse a scene of “Good White Men,” one of four plays performed via Zoom as part of a research project. Led by dramatic arts professor Michelle MacArthur, the study showed it is possible to have a communal theatre experience despite the audience and actors being in lockdown. Photo by Sébastien Heins.

Live theatre over Zoom? Study shows it works

Theatre can provide a communal experience even when the audience and actors are in lockdown, says drama professor Michelle MacArthur.