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Until further notice, all College of Arts and Science public events are canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit updates.usask.ca for more information.

Wed February 12, 2020

Today's Events

How Civilizations Heal: Toni Morrison on the Prairies

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-01-27
Feb 12, 2020

This free talk explores Toni Morrison, healing and the prairies.

Literature Matters

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2019-12-23
Feb 12, 2020

This free talk by Wallace, Nyaekye and Crape explores Toni Morrison, healing, and the prairies.

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Upcoming Events

Indigenous Storytelling Research Presentation by Dr. Suzanne Steele

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-02-18
Feb 25, 2020

Steele shares her research program as candidate for the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Storytelling

River Volta Readings Feb 27 with Kaylee Gryba & Shannon McConnell

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-02-11
Feb 27, 2020

Come out for an evening of creativity and inspiration at the Feb 27 River Volta Readings & Open Mic

Inaugural Peter Millard Lecture

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-02-12
Feb 28, 2020

Professor Emeritus David Carpenter will present a talk titled "A Tribute and a Story" on Feb. 28

Book Club - Lands of Lost Borders by Kate Harris, Weds March 4

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-03-02
Mar 4, 2020

The College of Arts and Science Book Club presents Kate Harris, author of Lands of Lost Borders.

The Future of National Myths in an Era of Globalisation - Gérard Bouchard

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-02-18
Mar 9, 2020

Acclaimed Quebecois scholar Bouchard discusses new book - Les nations savent-elles encore rêver? Les mythes nationaux à l’ère de la mondilisation (Éditions Boréal, 2019).

Movies that Matter: And With a Smile, the Revolution! March 10

Posted by Diana Tegenkamp on 2020-03-03
Mar 10, 2020

Alexandre Chartrand documents Catalans' self-determination referendum.