Wed October 2, 2019
Part of the Mahatma Gandhi 150th Anniversary Events
Arnold August is the author of Democracy in Cuba and the 1997–98 Elections, Cuba and Its Neighbours: Democracy in Motion and Cuba–U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond
The beading in USask's Health Sciences is an expansion of Ruth Cuthand's work with the Indigenous Artist-in-Residence program of the University Art Galleries
Exhibition surveys Marie Lannoo’s artistic practice from the past five years, including recent painting, sculpture and installation
Artists Jianzeng Fu and Shawn Zheng, as well as the directors of the Confucius Institute, will be in attendance at a reception on Sept. 27
A collaborative musical showcase by the USask Jazz Ensemble, Greystone Singers and Wind Orchestra.
Exploring the beautiful complex of the National Doukhobor Heritage Village and its profound connection with Saskatchewan’s Doukhobor community
Learn about travelling abroad while earning USask credit!
Enjoy the spectacle of Frankenstein’s Monster as he was first portrayed on the London stage
The title of this community lecture is "A Defense of Belief Without Evidence"
Everyone is invited to view the graduating students' artwork and celebrate their success in completing the certificate program
Dr. Mark Boland (PhD) discusses the history, present status and possible future options for the CLS
The title of this community lecture is "Burning Words: Cases from the History of Text-Burning"
Professor Mark A. Drumbl will give a talk entitled "Youth, War, and Violence: Reimagining Child Soldiers"
Prof. Lawrence Blough is the inaugural 2018-19 Structurist Fellow and recipient of a new Creative Research Grant from the University of Saskatchewan
The Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Colloquium Series presents Dr. Tracene Harvey (PhD), director and curator of the Museum of Antiquities at the University of Saskatchewan
A public lecture will be delivered by T. Paul Young, executive director of the Bauhaus Chicago Foundation, on Oct. 18 at USask
A free event to share perspectives and explore the animal-human relationship
A panel of experts will dissect the results from election night and discuss the impact on Canadians
A guest lecture on the visual and literary depictions of movement in the late 19th and early 20th century
Join us for the official opening of USask's home of digital scholarship
From award-winning director Jamie Kastner and executive producer Mark Anthony Jacobson comes There Are No Fakes, a journey into the largest art fraud scam in Canadian history
Following the screening of the One Week Job documentary, three recent USask graduates will discuss how they continue to navigate their way toward fulfilling careers
Public talks by Department of History faculty members, followed by questions and discussion.
All are welcome to attend the free event on Oct. 31 in the Neatby-Timlin Theatre