Western graduate student (MFA) Kim Neudorf has been announced as a semi-finalist by the Canadian Art Foundation in the 2011 RBC Canadian Painting Competition.
Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare’s multifaceted tragedy about two of the most famous lovers in history, will come to life in University College’s courtyard July 5-9.
Under the caps and gowns of today’s graduates stand the leaders of the most consequential generation in more than a century, says broadcast journalist Kevin Newman.
The departments of Philosophy, History, Geography and English are among the best in the world according to QS World University Rankings for Arts and Humanities.
You are standing on the edge of a railroad track. To your left is a runaway trolley heading in your direction. To your right is a fork in the tracks.
Lauded for their outstanding contributions to English literature and cancer research, Michael Groden and Ann Chambers will be honored this Friday (May 20) with the Hellmuth Prize, The University of Western Ontario’s highest distinction for sustained excellence in research.
Juan Luis Suarez, University of Western Ontario Hispanic studies professor, brings his ideas to Ideas this week.
Emma Donoghue, author of the highly acclaimed novel ROOM, will be at Brescia University College May 19 to discuss motherhood both in life and in her works.
The Hellmuth Prize for Achievement in Research spotlights faculty members with outstanding international reputations for their contributions in research.
What began as a small group of Arts and Humanities graduate students sharing a passion for the Romantic era has evolved into an international conference that will be held at The University of Western Ontario May 12-14.