Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Philip AdamsonPianist Philip Adamson will perform three sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven in a recital Friday to benefit music student scholarships.

Piano recital to support student scholarships

Pianist Philip Adamson will perform three sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven in a recital Friday to benefit music student scholarships.

photo by Cyndra MacDowall of women playing hockeyVisual arts professor Cyndra MacDowall will discuss her use of photography to explore gender in sports, March 7 at the Art Gallery of Windsor.

Photographer to discuss exploration of gender in sport

Visual arts professor Cyndra MacDowall will discuss her use of photography to explore gender in sports, March 7 at the Art Gallery of Windsor.

Tracey RaneyIn a public lecture March 7 on the UWindsor campus, Tracey Raney will overview efforts to combat violence against women in politics.

Events to observe International Women’s Day

A series of events celebrating International Women’s Day will run through the week on the UWindsor campus.

John Stuart MillJohn Stuart Mill is the subject of a lecture Wednesday by philosophy professor Bruce A. Russell of Wayne State University.

Social justice subject of philosophy lecture

John Stuart Mill is the subject of a lecture Wednesday by philosophy professor Bruce A. Russell of Wayne State University.

image from God of Carnage poster -- set of dentures with teeth knocked outArts student Alice Sacharoff won Tuesday’s DailyNews trivia quiz and its prize of two tickets to the University Players production of God of Carnage.

Student artfully wins UP trivia contest

Arts student Alice Sacharoff won Tuesday’s DailyNews trivia quiz and its prize of two tickets to the University Players production of God of Carnage.

student and professional cellists perform side by sideStudent musicians will sit alongside their professional counterparts for performances Wednesday at the Capitol Theatre.

Concert to pair professional and student musicians

Student musicians will sit alongside their professional counterparts for performances Wednesday at the Capitol Theatre.

Jennifer SwansonSoprano Jennifer Swanson presents “In Her Own Words,” with pianist Michael Karloff and cellist Karen McClellan, Saturday in the SoCA Armouries.

Soprano to recite stories of women’s lives and loves

Soprano Jennifer Swanson presents “In Her Own Words,” with pianist Michael Karloff and cellist Karen McClellan, Saturday in the SoCA Armouries.

Lecture to take measure of 21st Century poetics

The Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing presents Miriam Nichols delivering her free public lecture “Big Poetry: Memory, Measure, and Meaning in the 21st Century” Monday, March 4, in Katzman Lounge, Vanier Hall.

An associate professor at the University of the Fraser Valley, Dr. Nichols has published widely on Canadian and American poets with particular attention to the writings of Robin Blaser, a poet who participated in the Berkeley Renaissance of the 1940s and ’50s.