Keri Ferguson, Western News, October 22, 2021
Visual Arts alumna, BFA '80, and award-winning artist and author accredits Western with the "beginning of where I am now"
ICARDA Communication Team, ICARDA, October 14, 2021
Study reveals rural women in Tunisia are more actively involved in grazing livestock, livestock rearing, and crop production than broadly assumed.
October 07, 2021
Coyote's extension will allow them to continue to inspire creativity in our students and Western community until July 2023
October 06, 2021
The Global Undergraduate Awards announces winners with Faculty of Arts & Humanities students receiving four prizes
September 30, 2021
The show, running October 2- January 23, 2022 features a large cohort of Western graduates and current PhD students
Inayat Singh, CBC News, September 27, 2021
Tegan Moore (MFA 2014) interviewed for exhibit that features work from Synthetic Collective involving professors Kirsty Robertson and Kelly Wood
Keri Ferguson, Western News, September 22, 2021
Postdoctoral associates help students view artificial intelligence from social, ethical lens
The London Free Press, September 17, 2021
Venesoen was a prolific writer specializing in 17th Century French literature. He was with the Department of French Studies from 1967-95
September 16, 2021
Recent president of The Coterie at Western wins prize at The Global Undergraduate Awards
Globe and Mail, September 15, 2021
Western English professor and alumna, FIMS Dean, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Catherine Ross, leaves a legacy of research in reader experience
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, September 13, 2021
Degrees in French and Spanish helped launch a 32-year career in Canadian intelligence as well as a prolific foray into writing and consulting
Keri Ferguson, Western News, September 09, 2021
Exhibit at McIntosh Gallery brings attention to bison eradication
Joe Belanger, London Free Press, September 07, 2021
AlvegoRoot Theatre showcasing "Tales for a Reaney Day" featuring Reaney's short stories, "The Bully" and "The Box Social" from Sept. 10-12
Keri Ferguson, Western News, September 07, 2021
Philosophy professor and chair receives prestigious honour for her research and work
Zalika Reid-Benta, Western News, September 02, 2021
Toronto-based and award-winning author joins Western this fall to work with writers in the community
Keri Ferguson, Western News, August 27, 2021
Sydney Warner Broomnan, BA'18 English, penned their collection of short fiction, The Pump, while studying at Western
Artforum, August 26, 2021
"Double Dribble", featured at The Bentway in Toronto, transforms the space into a rainbow-hued basketball court that encourages participation
Indie 88, August 24, 2021
English and Theatre Studies double major Camille Intson (BA'19), creates beautiful music during COVID
Globe and Mail, August 16, 2021
Shakespearean scholar, and author of many publications and books, retired in 1988
August 12, 2021
New courses for the 2021/2022 school year - keeping up with developments and advances in pedagogy
August 05, 2021
Esteemed English professor was a scholar of Sir Thomas More and Desiderius Erasmus
July 29, 2021
MFA'97 alumna features "Thinking of You" exhibit from August 3 -14
Mari-Len De Guzman, Western News, July 23, 2021
Solga's project focuses on Innovations in Interdisciplinary Pedagogy, Within and Beyond Arts and Humanities
Connor Garel, The Walrus, July 12, 2021
Visual Arts BFA'14 exhibition "To Play in the Face of Certain Defeat" at the Art Gallery of Hamilton until August 15, 2021.
Francesca DeNoble, Western News, June 29, 2021
Neuroscience and psychology student brings diverse perspective and leadership skills to her role
June 23, 2021
A review of the 2-day virtual event focused on Anti-racist, Decolonizing, and Indigenizing Pedagogical Practices in Arts & Humanities
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, June 17, 2021
Jade Williamson, Visual Arts, builds portfolio of wildlife with proceeds going to conservation
Mari-Len De Guzman, Western News, June 16, 2021
Alice Munro Chair in Creativity and award-winning author Ivan Coyote to give address
Paul Duhatschek, CBC News, June 14, 2021
Nicole Hill-Dolson, BA'13 (Philosophy and First Nations Studies), works to become judge to help Indigenous communities
Jeff Renaud, Western News, June 11, 2021
Read an excerpt from our Alice Murno Chair in Creativity's latest work
Yahya Kharrat, June 10, 2021
Yahya Kharrat, assistant professor of Arabic Studies, recounts the vigil held to honour slain Muslim family
June 10, 2021
The 4th year SASAH Capstone Seminar will focus on Defining Beauty integrating the classroom and community
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, June 07, 2021
Michelle Banik, BA ’92 (English) and current SASAH advisory council member, brings her diverse leadership experience to Western's Board of Governors
June 03, 2021
The 2020-21 contest explores themes of: Literary Escapes, Intercultural Moments, Intimate Spaces Across Cultures, and Journey of Languages
Shirin Ghaffary, Vox, June 03, 2021
Google struggling with its commitment to ethical artificial intelligence
May 28, 2021
Associate professor in the Department of French Studies recognized for his leadership and advocacy on behalf of Ontario's faculty and academic librarians
Francesca DeNoble, May 27, 2021
The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Western rewards seven outstanding educators each year for the project-based fellowships
The Brandon Sun, May 19, 2021
Dr. Kofi Campbell, PhD 2005, takes role of provost and vice-president (academic)
Keri Ferguson, Western News, May 18, 2021
The teaching and research hub focuses on environmental and social justice and developing exhibitions and artworks with low carbon footprints
Embassy Cultural House, May 17, 2021
The 3rd year SASAH/English student and English professor to collaborate in a community project to highlight the public humanities and connect the university to the city of London and beyond.
Keri Ferguson, Western News, May 14, 2021
John A. Schweitzer, BA Honours Visual Arts '73, hopes to inspire others to give
May 13, 2021
Professor Louis Charland was a cherished and long-standing member of the Department of Philosophy
May 12, 2021
The SWIR fosters exchange among aspiring student writers and contributes to the culture of creativity across campus.
May 11, 2021
Baruah's current research projects focus on understanding how to reconcile economic security, environmental protection and gender equality in the post-pandemic world.
University Press of Mississippi, May 10, 2021
"Race in Young Adult Speculative Fiction" offers a sustained analysis of race and representation in the YA genre.
Leo Charney, Penn Today, May 06, 2021
Award-winning professor, Karen Defletsen (MA'95 Philosophy) named University of Pennsylvania Vice Provost for Education.
CBC News, May 05, 2021
Contributors to the Museum London virtual exhibit include A&H professors, past Writers-in-Residence, a graduate student and the President of Western.
CBC Books, May 04, 2021
Alice Munro Chair in Creativity nominated in the nonfiction category for their personal essay collection "Rebent Sinner".
May 03, 2021
Congratulations to Kyle Gervais, Classical Studies, and Angela Mendelovici, Philosophy, on receiving the Graham and Gale Wright Distinguished Scholar Award.
Greg De Souza, April 29, 2021
Film Production 3368 awards the Film Aesthetic RGB Trophy in 6th annual festival
KC Hoard, Hamilton Spectator, April 25, 2021
BFA'14, Esmaa Mohamoud's exhibition "To Play in the Face of Certain Defeat" at the Art Gallery of Hamilton until August 15, 2021.
April 20, 2021
Department of Philosophy and Rotman Institute of Philosophy aim to keep up with growing trends in artificial intelligence
Keri Ferguson, Western News, April 15, 2021
Theatre Studies professor, Kim Solga receives the Edward G. Pleva Award for Excellence in Teaching and Visual Arts professor, Anna Madelska the Angela Armitt Award for Excellence in Teaching by Part-time Faculty.
Jillian Horton, Maclean's Magazine, April 09, 2021
Jillian Horton remembers one of her most influential teachers and friend, Michael Groden, and the small creative gambles he made possible.
Lauren Medeiros, The Gazette, April 01, 2021
Matthew Dawkins on his upcoming book, 'Until We Break', to be released Winter 2022
March 29, 2021
Western community mourns loss of renowned scholar, professor, mentor and colleague.
Marcia Steyaert, Western News, March 27, 2021
Four A&H Faculty members will be part of the newly formed equity, diversity and inclusion advisory council.
Keri Ferguson, Western News, March 24, 2021
Michael Anderson (Philosophy), Ileana Paul (French Studies/Interfaculty Program in Linguistics), and Manina Jones (English) work on CAS lab is an interdisciplinary network encouraging cross-campus collaboration.
Crystal Mackay, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, March 23, 2021
Philosophy professor and Pand bioethicist, Dr. Charles Weijer, contributes to British Medical Journal.
Rachel Condie, Western News, March 16, 2021
Arts & Humanities alumna, Basia Bulat (BA'06, English) nominated for Juno Adult Alternative Album
Keri Ferguson, Western News, March 08, 2021
'Written on the Earth' exhibit coordinated by SASAH Director and professor, Patrick Mahon, also includes his own work.
March 05, 2021
The Student Writer-in-Residence (SWIR) is a collaborative program held in partnership through the USC and the Department of English.
Gabby Glasier, The Gazette, February 26, 2021
Eternity Martis, BA '14, joined us on February 22 to speak to her experience on a predominantly white campus when she was an undergraduate student.
Brooklyn Neustaeter, CTV News, February 25, 2021
Michael Iannozzi, Graduate TA in French Studies, speaks of the new words that "reflect what people are feeling" amid the pandemic.
February 24, 2021
This year, we honour two winners - Jo Devereux (English and Writing Studies) and Ana García-Allén (Languages and Cultures).
February 23, 2021
The John H. McDonald Awards for Excellence in Student Journalism took place on February 21, 2021.
February 22, 2021
Congratulations to first-year student Laiba Saqlain (Film Studies) for winning the second place at the 2021 Western Smartphone Film Festival.
CBC News, February 12, 2021
Lois Mang-Benza, created the non-profit Jeuns Pionniers, to inspire youth and adults to create social change.
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, February 09, 2021
The month is an opportunity to 'use the lessons of history as a force for change now and into the future'.
Danni Olusanya, The Ubyssey, February 04, 2021
Alumna, Eternity Martis (BA '14), as UBC Journalist in Residence addresses the experience of being a young Black woman on campus.
Debora Van Brenk, Western News, February 03, 2021
The pandemic prompted a show of 'separate togetherness' at Western's Artlab.
CBC The Current, February 02, 2021
Department of English and Writing Studies alumna, Dr. Jillian Horton talks with Matt Galloway about her upcoming book 'We Are All Perfectly Fine' and doctor burnout during the pandemic.
CBC Books, February 02, 2021
Western alumna, Eternity Martis ('BA 14) and Alice Munro Chair in Creativity, Ivan Coyote make the list of 10 finalists for the 2021 Evergreen Awards.
January 29, 2021
Please join us online as Indigenous Awareness Week (IAW) goes virtual for 2021.
Keri Ferguson, Western News, January 21, 2021
Documentary film project led by SASAH professor Laurence De Looze is one of four funded for fostering Indigenous learning and community partnerships.
Jeff Renaud, Western News, January 19, 2021
Ivan Coyote, Western’s Alice Munro Chair in Creativity, launches a highly interactive senior-level class to the Faculty of Arts & Humanities that is also a public performance series.
Western Communications, January 13, 2021
On December 30th, 2020, Stan Dragland was named as a Member of the Order of Canada, "for his contributions to Canadian literature as a writer, publisher and editor, and for his distinguished career as an English professor." Dragland taught at Western for 29 years before retiring in 1999 and relocating to Newfoundland.
The Walrus Conversation Piece, January 11, 2021
Alumna and host of CBC’s "As It Happens" Carol Off, BA’81(English Language and Literature), LLD’17, urges us to take a step back and look at where we came from. During this period when we can’t get on a plane, travel to see loved ones, or start our next adventure, we can stay connected by sharing stories from different times and places.
Marsha Lederman, Globe and Mail, January 08, 2021
Alice Munro Chair, Ivan Coyote's forthcoming book 'Care Of' is one of The Globe and Mail's "5 Canadian Books We Can't Wait to Read in 2021".