Humanities Week, Nov. 11 through 15, promises a series of diverse events in casual settings. Hosted by the Humanities Research Group, activities are intended to foster discussion and a better understanding of the humanities.
This year’s schedule includes:
- Monday, Nov. 11
Advice from the Real World: Recent graduates from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences talk about work and careers
1 p.m. in the Collaboratory Space, Leddy Library
- Tuesday, Nov. 12
The invented crisis: lecture on Universities and the demise of free speech by law professor Richard Moon
6 p.m. at the Performance Hall, Armouries Building, 37 University Ave. E.
- Wednesday, Nov. 13
Great Scots: Douglas Gibson discusses Canadian Fiction Writers with Links to Scotland
6 p.m. in the Multimedia Studio, Alan Wildeman Centre for Creative Arts, 360 Freedom Way
- Thursday, Nov. 14
Play reading and discussion: HRG fellow Michelle McArthur will lead a staged reading of Erin Shields’ Millennial Malcontent
7 p.m. at the Hatch Studio Theatre, Jackman Dramatic Art Centre
- Friday, Nov. 15
30 Years Celebration: featuring the winner of the 2019 Why Humanities? contest
5 p.m. at the Green Been Café, 2320 Wyandotte St. W.
All the events are open to the public and free to attend. Learn more on the HRG’s website.