Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Canadian premiere of song cycle on offer Friday

The Canadian premiere of a seven-song cycle based on Norwegian poetry is featured on the program of a concert Friday, October 20, in Assumption Hall’s Heritage Auditorium.

Soprano Jennifer Swanson will join clarinetist Trevor Pittman and pianist Michael Karloff of the University of Windsor in performing Nattsanger (Night Songs), composed for her by Abbie Betinis with texts by Rolf Jacobsen.

Inclusive media subject of Thursday presentation

David BobierMedia artist David Bobier will lead participants in a workshop Thursday to develop an artistic work that has accessible tools built into it.

Media artist David Bobier will lead participants in a workshop Thursday to develop an artistic work that has accessible tools built into it.

Author steps into Windsor's storied past

UWindsor instructor and author Marty Gervais has released a new book where he explores Windsor's five original towns on foot.UWindsor instructor and author Marty Gervais has released a new book where he explores Windsor's five original towns on foot.

UWindsor instructor Marty Gervais has published a new book, Five Days Walking Five Towns, where he explores Windsor's original towns on foot.

Prison education program subject of Persons Day presentation

bars of jail cellA program offering post-secondary education to prisoners is the subject of a free public presentation Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

A program offering post-secondary education to prisoners is the subject of a free public presentation Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Decanal candidate to make public presentation

Marcello GuariniMarcello Guarini, shortlisted candidate for the position of dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, will make a presentation to the university community on Thursday.

The search committee for dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has shortlisted one candidate: acting dean Marcello Guarini.