FASS in Dal News
How Canada’s new election law has silenced political debate
Canada’s new Elections Act may have prevented the type of mammoth election spending seen in the United States via super-PACs, but it's been at the expense of public debate, writes IDS prof John Cameron.
Representation matters: Dal students working on book about Nova Scotia’s 50 female MLAs
Sarah Dobson and Grace Evans are helping capture the experiences of Nova Scotia's female MLAs in a new book targeted for release in early 2020.
Canada’s backyard: The future of the Arctic region
This week's Dal-hosted Arctic Research Symposium brought together experts from different fields to share their thoughts on the Arctic and to discuss major issues surrounding the region.
Pulling back the curtain on the Dalhousie Arts Centre expansion
Members of the Dal community dropped by the Arts Centre last week for a look at its expansion and renewal project set for completion in fall 2021.
News from FASS
The Cuban Revolution at 60 conference
Forty internationally renowned Cuba scholars, policy-makers and policy analysts gathered at Dalhousie University in Halifax to take the measure of “The Cuban Revolution at 60.”
FASS women in research featured on Dal YouTube
FASS researchers featured in YouTube videos celebrating Women's History Month
Response to the Scholarly Panel to Examine Lord Dalhousie’s History on Slavery and Race
Dalhousie University’s response to the report of the Scholarly Panel to Examine Lord Dalhousie’s History on Slavery and Race is now available online. You can find it alongside the full report at the Lord Dalhousie Panel’s website: dal.ca/LordDalPanel.
Edward Snowden to discuss global privacy at Dal Alumni Days event ‑ May 30
FASS Dean Frank Harvey to moderate the talk
Stokes Seminar - "Women's Rights and the 17th Century High Commission for Ecclesiastical Causes"
January 24, 2020 3:30 PM
Stokes Seminar - "The Portuguese Immigrants of British Guiana and the wider Caribbean in the 19th Century"
January 31, 2020 3:30 PM
Stokes Seminar - "Report on Lord Dalhousie's History on Slavery and Race: A University Engages with its History of Exclusion"
February 14, 2020 3:30 PM