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Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Stefanie Lyn Kaufman-MthimkhuluStefanie Lyn Kaufman-Mthimkhulu is one of two presenters for the free public event “Non-carceral Approaches to Mental Distress in the Post-secondary Context,” on Zoom on Tuesday, Feb. 15.

Event to examine caring approaches to mental distress

Carly Boyce and Stefanie Lyn Kaufman-Mthimkhulu will discuss “Non-carceral Approaches to Mental Distress” on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
film clapper with cashAn online session for UWindsor alumni Feb. 16 will offer information on Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch funding program.

Webinar promises info on film funding program

An online session for UWindsor alumni will offer information on Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch funding program.

Lindsay MorcomLindsay Morcom of Queen’s University and Ardoch Algonquin First Nation will conduct a Feb. 10 colloquium on language revitalization.

Colloquium to consider language revitalization

Lindsay Morcom of Queen’s University and Ardoch Algonquin First Nation will conduct a Feb. 10 colloquium on language revitalization.

Robert SmallUWindsor alumnus Robert Small is a Toronto artist and creator of the annual Legacy Poster which celebrates the achievements of African-Canadians and other prominent Black people around the world.

UWindsor alumnus named Officer of the Order of Canada

Artist Robert Small, creator of the annual Legacy Poster, has been named to the Order of Canada.

book “The Fabric of Civilization”Students who sign up to participate in the Reading Liberty group will receive a free copy of Virginia Postrel’s “The Fabric of Civilization.”

Reading Liberty group primed to resume sessions

The Reading Liberty book for this semester is Virginia Postrel’s The Fabric of Civilization.
samples of an Elizabethan bookUnder ultraviolet light, the title page of a collection of Horace reveals a record by Anthony Munday that he purchased the volume from Shakespeare for four shillings in 1598: “Ex Libris the player W / Shakesper 4 shills A: M / 1598.”

Researcher to discuss Shakespearean sources

Professor Robert Weir will lead a webinar on books owned by William Shakespeare, Tuesday, Jan. 25.