Michel Deguy receives Honorary degree at the University of King's College Encaenia 2016
Michel Deguy was born in Paris, France, and has occupied a unique place on the French intellectual scene since the late 1950s. His work as a professor, writer, editor, translator, public intellectual and director of journals and cultural institutions has been recognized in France, Europe, and worldwide. An ambitious poet who coined the phrase “geopoetics” in 1960s, Deguy continues to energetically pursue a life-long quest for the “extreme referent”. He is recognized for the range and originality of his work, and for his prolific and inventive contributions. From winning the Prix Mallarmé for his poetic oeuvre to the Prix Diderot-Universalis for his journal Po&Sie; from the John Hopkins colloquium of 1968 which launched “French Theory” in America to and ongoing participation in the European Graduate School; from his direction of the Collège international de Philosophie to his monthly philosophical chronicles on the radio network France-Culture; from the erotic poet to the mourning philosopher; from the lyrical traveler to the outraged citizen, few bodies of work today equal the passionate, lucid and selfless engagement of Michel Deguy’s evolving corpus. Deguy is the translator of Sappho and of Heidegger, the interpreter of Pseudo-Longinus and of René Girard, Emeritus professor at Paris VIII, recent Honorary Doctor of the University of Athens, and is defender of the university and of its highest theoretical and philosophical standards.
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L'aventure des 24 écrivains francophones qui ont participé à la rédaction d'une œuvre sur Samuel de Champlain à bord du train l'Océan a pris fin à Toronto.
Congratulations to all of our 2015/16 graduates! We are very proud of your accomplishments.
Convocation brunch with our newest graduands: Jacqueline Smith, Isabel Patterson, Minette Murphy and Yasmin Beydoun.
April Awards Ceremony
Félicitations to this year's scholarship and prize winners:
- Marcelle Cendres Sandhu Memorial Prize: H. Pinsent, M. Wedge
- Ruth Murray Scholarship: D. Castrilli, R MacIntosh
- French Department Scholarship: Deborah Castrilli, Sara Heembrock
- Prof. & Mrs. Robert Lloyd McIntosh Prize in French: M. Apostolides
- Sabah Metlej Scholarship in French: T. Richardson, N. Slaunwhite
- Prix de l'Ambassadeur de Suisse: M. Murphy
- Prix du Consul Honoraire de Liban: M. Frith
- Prix de l'Alliance Française: S. Bassil
T. Richardson celebrates with her family
M. Gray receives her award from Dr. Iris Black
Selling Schelling Short ‑ PhD candidate John Mitton awarded the 2016 Bernard Brodie Prize
Contemporary Security Policy awards the Bernard Brodie Prize annually to the author of an outstanding article published in the journal the previous year
Dr. Yuri Leving and Dr. Julia Wright have been granted University Research Professorship appointments
FASS faculty represent two of the five Dal faculty members awarded this appointment
Appointment of Frank Harvey as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Dalhousie is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Frank Harvey as Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, commencing July 1, 2016.
Dr. Afua Cooper receives Human Rights Award
Dr. Warren Heiti has been selected as Dalhousie's nominee for the 2015 Canadian Association of Graduate Studies CAGS/UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award