Meet Dal's new Canada Research Chairs
Rachel Chang (Physics and Atmospheric Sciences) and Karen Foster (Sociology and Social Anthropolgy) join Dalhousie's contingent of 50 Canada Research Chairs, studying fog patterns and rural economic structures, respectively.
A production truly for the birds
The first theatre production under the Fountain School of Performing Arts banner opens this week: a creative take on Aristophanes' "The Birds" with props and settings made almost entirely from recycled or re-used materials.
Considering "performance across boundaries"
This year's MacKay Lecture Series, all about the art of performance, kicked off with "Devices of Wonder" and continues in the coming weeks.
Understanding Digital Environments
October 24, 2014 3:30 PM
The Stokes Seminar: "The General Was a Gentleman: Green Revolution and Claims to the States in Ghana's 'Black Years,' 1966-82".
October 31, 2014 3:30 PM
MacKay Lecture Series - 2014-15 Lecture III "Precious Objects: The Material Culture of Nineteenth-Century Child Performers"
November 6, 2014 7:00 PM
The Stokes Seminar: "A Rich Man on Trial: Andrew W. Mellon, Tax Evasion and New Dealers (1933-1941)."
November 7, 2014 3:30 PM
The Stokes Seminar: "The Right to Fish - but not Quite Everywhere. The Idea of the Commons and Territoriality in the Canadian Lobster Fishery 1890 to 1939"
November 14, 2014 3:30 PM