Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

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.
Rosemary NixonRosemary Nixon will kick off a term as UWindsor writer-in-residence with a public reading online Thursday, Jan. 27.

Author to open residency with public reading

Rosemary Nixon will kick off a term as UWindsor writer-in-residence with a public reading online Thursday, Jan. 27.

Christine VanderkooyEducation professor Christine Vanderkooy is a featured pianist in the digital concert series being launched today by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Pianist excited by innovative symphony concerts

Education professor Christine Vanderkooy is a featured pianist in the digital concert series launched today by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Joshua QuinlanSet and costume designer Joshua Quinlan has been selected as a Siminovitch Prize Protégé.

Recognition opens new stage in career for drama grad

Drama grad Joshua Quinlan (BA 2013) calls his selection as a protégé by set and costume designer Gillian Gallow a “liminal moment” in his career in theatre.

In December, Gallow was named the 2021 laureate of the Siminovitch Prize, Canada’s largest and most prestigious theatre award. In addition to the $75,000 award, she received $25,000 to support an emerging artist of her choice. She named two: Quinlan and Joyce Padua.