News & Events
Until further notice, all College of Arts and Science in-person events are cancelled due the COVID-19 pandemic. Some events are going ahead in an online format. Visit updates.usask.ca for more information.
Mon December 31, 2018
No events scheduled today
Join the science outreach team in the Museum of Natural Sciences for free hands-on science fun for the whole family!
Reverse Ethnography: Decolonizing Approaches to Anthropological Research
A community-focused lecture series to mark the 50th anniversary of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Dr. Glen Gillis (PhD) presents a talk in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS)
A community talk by Dr. Dwayne Moore (PhD), Department of Philosophy
Reception at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery to take place on Jan. 18 from 7 - 10 pm
Constructing Identity: Women, Public Building, and Ummidia Quadratilla’s Entertainment Complex at Roman CasinumJan 17, 2019
Part of the Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) Colloquium Series
McMaster University associate professor is the author of the book The Creator’s Game: Lacrosse, Identity and Indigenous Nationhood
Event at Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre will include a roundtable discussion with editors and contributors
Watch the moon pass into Earth’s shadow from the campus observatory
Sixteen short films about research, scholarly and artistic work in the College of Arts and Science
Literature Matters: Through an Indigenous Woman’s Lens: Revitalizing Our Relationship with the Water Using Movement, Song and StoryJan 23, 2019
Through an Indigenous Woman’s Lens: Revitalizing Our Relationship with the Water Using Movement, Song and Story
USask alumnus is a recipient of the 2018 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts
Composer David Braid discusses his experience writing music for the film Born to Be Blue and performs with Professor Dean McNeill
Learn, make and play: get together to create a game from scratch over the weekend
A two-day festival for aspiring writers and anyone interested in books
Text and image come together to challenge the moral authority of the settler narrative
New exhibit at Diefenbaker Canada Centre described as "an unflinching redress of Canada's colonial narrative"