While Gandhi’s life will keep attracting well-wishers and critics, Gandhi 150 is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It should not be wasted and it should focus on Gandhi’s message.
Chandrima Chakraborty, a professor of English and Cultural Studies and Director of the Peace Studies Program, has been named to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
Hosted by McMaster Water Network, Global Water Futures, McMaster Centre for Climate Change, and the Canadian Young Hydrologic Society
Oil & World Politics: The Real Story Of Today’s Conflict Zones (Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Venezuela, Ukraine, and more)
This lecture will analyze four major arguments that Gandhi had in his lifetime—on non-violence vs violence, on the abolition of Untouchability, on inter-faith harmony, and on alternate routes to the elimination of poverty…
McMaster’s next Open House, May@Mac, will take place on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Join us for a special presentation and panel discussion on the Central American migrant crisis.
All members of the McMaster community are invited to a facilitated discussion on white privilege and whiteness. This event is one of a series of events to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21).
The Department of History presents Dr. Bonny Ibhawoh , Department of History | Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University
For students to meet with professors and instructors in the program. Join us as we build a community within the program!