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Dig into history for a glimpse of the future. Explore your identity in the modern world. Research conservation to inspire the next generation. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences has a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs that aim to inspire, challenge and empower students to help shape our ever-changing world. 

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The question I seem to get most often these days is “What happens after July 1st?” The answer is easy: administrative leave, and lots of writing.  At least two books, I hope, and some shorter things; and a chance to decompress a bit. The past ten years have been the most interesting and... More

Thursday, March 26th, 2015 in Dean's Blog Feed for all posts filed under Dean's Blog

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CU in the City: Superheroes and Literature – Dr. Brian Johnson (Department of English Language and Literature)

Superheroes and Literature – A talk by Dr. Brian Johnson Although superheroes have become mainstays of comic books, television, and film since the debut of Superman in 1938, their presence in literary fiction like Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier... More

Thursday, March 26th, 2015 in English Feed for all posts filed under English, Events Feed for all posts filed under Events, FASS News Feed for all posts filed under FASS News

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Upcoming Events: March 24, 2015 -

VERSeFest at Carleton University Daphne Marlatt, award-winning poet, dramatist, and novelist Host Professor Brenda Vellino Wednesday, March 25, 2015, 3:00 pm Gordon Wood Lounge, 1811 Dunton Tower Free event open to the public More information School of Canadian Studies The Vickers-Verduyn Annual... More

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 in Events Feed for all posts filed under Events, FASS News Feed for all posts filed under FASS News

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Three Minute Thesis Video – “Cubicles For Artists” (Video)

Janna Klostermann’s (SLaLS) third place Three Minute Thesis presentation examines how artists may be pressured to produce institutionally-sanctioned art. More information about who made the finals is available on our 3MT website…Read more... More

Monday, March 23rd, 2015 in FASS News Feed for all posts filed under FASS News, SLaLS Feed for all posts filed under SLaLS

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