Paul Vermeersch embodies the &; Wins everything!

Prof. Paul Vermeersch (Creative Writing & Publishing) has had quite a year. On top of welcoming this year’s incoming class of Creative Writing & Publishing students, he published three poems in the Mexican journal Periodico de Poesia, translated… Read More

Creative Writing & Publishing students launch Savant-Garde

Not even a year into the curriculum, a group of ambitious and energetic students in FHASS’s new Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing & Publishing have launched their own online digital publishing venture. You can check out Savant-Garde: An… Read More

Voices of South Asia

Voices of South Asia was held last May in honour of South Asian Heritage Month. It included such speakers as Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey, Dr. Alok Mukherjee, CBC journalist Piya Chattopadhyay, Dr. Vicki Bismilla, and internationally-acclaimed tabla player… Read More

Thea Lim’s new novel reviewed!

Congratulations to Prof. Thea Lim (Creative Writing) on the upcoming publication of her novel, An Ocean of Minutes (Viking/Touchstone). Check out an early glowing review of this highly anticipated novel from Kirkus Reviews here, and be sure to… Read More

Jessica Pulis and Alex Hollenberg win SSHRC Explore Grant

Drs. Pulis and Hollenberg were recently awarded a SSHRC Explore Grant – the only Explore Grant awarded at Sheridan College this year. Their research, in collaboration with the Elizabeth Fry Society of Peel-Halton, Ellen House, the Vanier Centre… Read More

Introducing the Research Skills Toolkit

By Kathleen Oakey, MLIS Over the 2017-2018 Academic Year, library staff delivered just over 115 hours of in-class instruction to more than 530 students across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. While library-led workshops are incredibly valuable… Read More

Intersections: Incorporating, not Indigenizing

By Prof. Anna Bartosik (ESL) I am not an expert on Indigenous knowledge. Neither are you, I am guessing. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued Calls to Action addressing federal, provincial, and territorial governments, in collaboration with survivors,… Read More

Intersections: ESL at the Art Gallery of Mississauga

By: Prof. Allyson Conrad (ESL) As a new professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sheridan, I endeavour to meet the challenge of bringing indigenous knowledge into my classrooms and build bridges of learning that… Read More

Student Spotlight: ESL student Samar Abdelrazzaq at the Art Gallery of Mississauga

By: Prof. Tahani Al Taha (ESL) This semester, the ESL Advanced students at HMC were accompanied by their instructor of Listening and Speaking, Allyson Conrad, to the Art Gallery in Mississauga (You can read more about this trip… Read More

Meet Prof. Hee-Seung Kang (ESL)

Hee-Seung Kang is a Professor of ESL in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sheridan. She received her MA in TESOL and Ph.D in English Language and Rhetoric with a special focus on second language writing… Read More