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FASS in Dal News
DalOpera double bill showcases opposing forms, enduring themes
Mese Mariano and La Chanson de Fortunio, two operas in a double bill this week, tell stories about different forms of love: one familial and romantic, the other tragic and hilarious.
Jazzin' it up with a classic ensemble repertoire — and the next generation
Collaboration came to life Wednesday night as the Dalhousie Jazz Ensemble offered a performance of Gershwin, Shorter, Ellington, and Monk, with special guests from the Halifax Regional Arts Senior Jazz Band.
Can democracies get a grip on climate change? Takeaways from this year's Stanfield Conversation
A former federal MP and current head of WWF-Canada, an award-winning former mayor, and one of Canada's leading energy policy experts came together during Dal's annual panel series to probe the question: Can democracies meet the challenge of climate change? Here's what they had to say.
New Dal major uncovers long‑hidden Black experience in Canada and beyond
Dal’s Black and African Diaspora Studies major — the first of its kind at a Canadian university — will touch on everything from experiences of oppression and racial injustice to narratives of resilience and empowerment.
Scholars' showcase: A look at some of the latest publications and creative work emerging out of FASS
An award-winning book about the influence of tuberculosis on the modern stage, a deep dive into the archives of Apartheid, and a novel about the threat of nuclear war — the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences contains multitudes as illustrated at this year's celebration of research, publications, and creative activities.
Everyday life reimagined in Fountain School season opener Middletown
DalTheatre’s production of Will Eno’s Middletown brings an ensemble of final-year acting students together for a performance that shows just how profound day-to-day life in a small town can be.
Israeli hostages will undoubtedly be used as human shields in brutal Hamas‑Israel war
The Israeli hostages in Gaza are living a nightmare. They’re likely to remain displaced, under duress and will be the human shields of this war, writes Robert Huish.
A major international conference on slavery is coming to Halifax: Here’s what you need to know
Dalhousie University and the University of King's College have partnered with the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia to host a groundbreaking meeting of the Universities Studying Slavery consortium this month — the first ever USS event to be held outside of the United States.
News from FASS
Book launch event: The Halifax Explosion: 6 December 1917, at 9:05 in the Morning, by poet laureate Dr. Afua Cooper
Dr. Afua Cooper, a Professor in Dal's Department of History, extends an invitation to the Dal community to the launch event for her new book which commemorates the Halifax Explosion
DalOpera's upcoming double‑bill performance was recently featured by CTV Atlantic
The Fountain School of Performing Arts' performance of Mese Mariano by Umberto Giordano and La chanson de Fortunio by Jacques Offenbach will be on stage from November 30 - December 2
Michael Halpin, assistant professor in Dal's department of Sociology & Social Anthropology, featured in several interviews
Sociologist Michael Halpin has been interviewed by several media outlets about his research which probes the online communications of the involuntary celibate community
Political Science professor David Black talks to CTV Atlantic about human rights issues and the FIFA World Cup in Qatar
David Black, of Dalhousie's Political Science department, spoke to CTV News Atlantic about the human rights issues in Qatar that are casting a shadow over play at the FIFA World Cup.
Lesley Choyce travels further afield for the subject of his latest book
University Teaching Fellow in the Department of English and Creative Writing program, Lesley Choyce, releases new book, Around England With a Dog
IDS faculty member Robert Huish has recently been featured by several media outlets
The International Development Studies associate professor has been interviewed on a wide range of topics