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Social Media Coordinator, Faculty of Humanities, Brock University

Reflections on finishing a degree during a pandemic

In this special blog post, Social Media Intern, and now Brock grad, Hayley Wilhelm reflects on her experience finishing her degree in the midst of a pandemic.  By Hayley Wilhelm (BA ’20) As I walked through the newly built Rankin … Continue reading

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Day of Digital Humanities 2020

To celebrate Day of Digital Humanities (#DayofDH2020) today, April 29, we’re sharing a piece by Dr. Aaron Mauro, an Assistant Professor with our Centre for Digital Humanities. Digital humanities is an exciting field at the intersection of humanities research and … Continue reading

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Brock students celebrate Black History in Niagara

By Elizabeth Vlossak, Associate Professor of History On Sunday, Feb. 9th, more than thirty Brock students, staff and faculty members of the Seedling for Change in History Brock Collective (SCH) enjoyed an academic community engagement field trip to the R. … Continue reading

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IASC intern gets behind-the-scenes experience in social media

By Mackenzie Roe Over the past semester, I had the opportunity to participate as this year’s Social Media Intern for the Faculty of Humanities at Brock University. As a Social Media Intern, I was able to manage Brock University Faculty … Continue reading

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Bringing the ancient world to life in CLAS1P92

Ancient history may have a reputation for being dry, but one Brock University professor has found a way to show it is anything but. Katharine von Stackelberg, an associate professor in the Department of Classics, noticed the difficulty students sometimes … Continue reading

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Guest lecturer talks history of Labatt’s Brewing

Author and scholar Matthew Bellamy chats with third-year History student Cody Smith while autographing a copy of his book Thursday, Nov. 21. Bellamy, an Associate Professor of History at Carleton University, was at Brock to talk about the history of … Continue reading

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Classics students host annual symposium

Twenty five students, friends and faculty gathered at Brock last week for the annual Brock University Archaeology Society student symposium Nov. 23. Organized by students for students, the symposium gives undergraduates the opportunity to present essays written for Classics courses … Continue reading

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Pipeline to a Better Way

Brock’s Walker Cultural Leaders Series and the St. Catharines-based theatre company Suitcase in Point co-sponsored a series of events on equity, inclusion and diversity Nov. 9-10. Events included a  include a staged reading of Pipeline, a 2017 play by Dominique Morisseau, the … Continue reading

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Classics prof on lecture tour

Professor Allison Glazebrook (right) of the Department of Classics is currently touring Western Canada for the Classical Association of Canada’s lecture tour. She will be visiting and speaking at eight institutions, including the Universities of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Alberta, Lethbridge, Victoria, … Continue reading

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Día de los Muertos celebrations in Niagara

Brock students and Niagara community members are coming together to celebrate Día de los Muertos this year. Here, third-year history student Nathan Harch (left) and Fonthill resident Duncan McNaughton (right), a participant in Associate Professor of History Maria del Carmen Suescun … Continue reading

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