The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism & Community
The event will take intimate conversations about experiences of racism and incorporate them into the development of a report that specifically outlines the demands of Hamiltonians when it comes to racism in their city.
An interdisciplinary group of scholars and activists spreading from the History Department to across campus have organized a teach-in in response to the recent US election.
Is there a window of opportunity for peace in Syria with a change in US administration?
The Peace Studies department at McMaster University is sponsoring a screening of The Prison in Twelve Landscapes, an award-winning documentary on the American prison industry
Dr. Susan Smith, Founder and Director of Atzin in Mexico, will share stories, insights and photos from years of work in international development.
Hack the City is an interdisciplinary case competition with the goal of fostering disruptive innovation and targeting it towards three different industries within the City of Hamilton (Health and Technology, Transportation, and Energy Sustainability).
Engler, dubbed “Canada’s version of Noam Chomsky” (Georgia Straight), reveals why most Canadians believe their country is a force for good in the world, despite a long history of supporting empire, racism and exploitation.
Students can book online by going to: www.lifetouch.ca/hamiltonregion
A public lecture by Dr. Catherine Nolin (University of Northern British Colombia).