Check out Shoilee Khan’s Bluegate Reading Collective

FHASS professor Shoilee Khan extends an invitation to a themed reading series she has organized called the Bluegate Reading Collective which is set to take place at Studio 89 in Mississauga. Shoilee is curating and hosting the event… Read More

Mirjana Cutura discovers her creek!

Mirjana Cutura, an ESL partial load professor in FHASS, recently entered the Discover Your Creek photo contest organized by the Oakvillegreen Conservation Association. She was awarded the third prize, and her photo, along with other winning photos, was… Read More

Diaspora Dialogues at Davis

The 905 Road Show: A Creativity Cabaret is coming to Davis Campus as part of a three-city tour of the 905 region: Markham, Mississauga and Brampton. A mash-up of readings, art, music, and drama by Sheridan students, faculty,… Read More

Williams and Read on Brick Books Blog

FHASS Professors Ian Williams and Robyn Read were recently featured as part of Brick Books year-long Celebration of Canadian Poetry 2015. Overseen by Brick publisher Kitty Lewis, the celebration consists of weekly blog posts by readers, writers, editors,… Read More

ACCUTE Conference Reminder

A reminder to those of you teaching and researching in the literary arts: The deadline to submit panel proposals for next year’s ACCUTE (Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English) conference at the University of Calgary… Read More

Jaime Ginter on Sheridan’s Curiosities Blog

Check out the spotlight on FHASS Professor Jaime Ginter, “Reading the Bones,” in the June 23, 2015 edition of Sheridan’s Curiosities blog: http://curiosities.sheridancollege.ca/reading-the-bones/ Well done, Jaime!

AAAL Call for Proposals

The 2016 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) will be held at the Hilton Orlando Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Proposals are invited for individual papers, posters, roundtable discussions, and colloquia, particularly those having to do… Read More

Community Research Café: Sharing local research for Peel’s child and youth sector

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Sheridan Undergraduate Research invite the entire Sheridan community to participate in a morning of sharing research and projects that support the child and youth sector in Peel. This is not just about sharing research… Read More

Freedom’s Story Exhibit Opens at Trafalgar Learning Commons

As part of Sheridan Reads’ ongoing exploration of Lawrence Hill’s The Book of Negroes, and in conjunction with Library and Learning Services, the Sheridan Reads Steering Committee very excited to announce the opening of Freedom’s Story. Coordinated by… Read More

Invitation to the Teaching ESL Workshop Series

The School of Communication and Literary Studies is pleased to announce a new joint initiative between the ESL and Communication programs: the Teaching ESL Workshop Series.   During the week of March 16th, we will be hosting a… Read More