FASS in Dal News
A safe space for heroes of all stripes
For Theatre alum Jay Aaron Roy, Cape & Cowl Comics is more than just a place for sharing his geek pride: it's place that proudly advertises as a trans-owned business, and which is going above-and-beyond in creating a space space for youth in the community.
Taxing the matter: Dal prof wins top history award
Shirley Tillotson, professor emeritus in the Department of History, has recently been named the 2019 recipient of the Governor General’s History Award for Scholarly Research for her book "Give and Take: The Citizen-Taxpayer and the Rise of Canadian Democracy."
Cuban compassion: Training doctors for a Pacific island nation running out of time
Cuba is offering a compelling example of how we can take care of each other during the climate crisis with its work training doctors on Kiribati. Dal prof Robert Huish and colleague Sharon McLennan look more closely at Cuba's work in a nation being devastated by climate change.
New federal funding empowers Dal's Dallaire Initiative
The Government of Canada is investing in the Dal-hosted Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative — a partnership set to help the Canadian Armed Forces better prevent the recruitment and use of child soldiers around the world.
News from FASS
Edward Snowden to discuss global privacy at Dal Alumni Days event ‑ May 30
FASS Dean Frank Harvey to moderate the talk
Winners of the 2019 FASS Essay Competition
This year's winners are students from the departments of History and Sociology & Social Anthropology
FASS celebrates award recipients and retirees
Several FASS faculty members honoured at awards reception
Shauntay Grant's play The Bridge opens at Neptune Theatre