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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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Olivia’s Blog – An Ode to Self-Deception: Written in the Afterglow of Exams, 2014

This past semester has come and gone with a speed that has developed into its own cliché. We can’t believe it, how did all that work get done, it’s all such a blur, et cetera, et cetera. The many-hued pronouncement is closely followed by a sigh of relief, a lifting of the shoulders, and a... More

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English Grad/Professional Photographer Interviewed on Travel Photography

Graduate of the Department of English Language and Literature, Dave Lemke has creatively applied the skills learned in his BA degree towards his successful career as an international professional photographer. Lemke was recently interviewed about his life, career… and how to take good travel... More

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Greek and Roman Studies Prof. Releases New Book on Interactions between Rome and the Peoples on the Arabian and Egyptian Frontiers in Late Antiquity

Peeters (Leuven) has published Inside and Out. Interactions between Rome and the Peoples on the Arabian and Egyptian Frontiers in Late Antiquity, edited by Greg Fisher (Greek and Roman Studies) and Jitse Dijkstra (University of Ottawa). Inside and Out collects eighteen original papers addressing... More

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An Invitation from the Royal Society

One of Canada’s most longstanding and prestigious scholarly institutions is evolving to embrace a broader demographic, and Carleton professors Stuart Murray and Sheryl Hamilton have answered the call to help make that change happen…Read in Research Works... More

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