News & Announcements
Carmen J. Nielson’s “Caricaturing Colonial Space: Indigenized, Feminized Bodies and Anglo-Canadian Identity, 1873-94,” offers a superb illustration and provocative analysis of the visual trope of the indigenized and feminized body in Canada’s popular satirical magazine, Grip.
We, scholars of the languages, histories, cultures, and religions of South Asia, write as a group in recognition of the significance of the Canadian government’s apology for the Komagata Maru incident that will take place in Parliament by the Prime Minister on May 18, 2016.
Nancy-Angel Doetzel’s Sociology students incorporated service-related projects into their course assignments to raise over $2500 for Mount Royal University’s United Way campaign.
The Manmeet Singh Bhullar 'Sikhs in Public' Lecture is a new series at Mount Royal University in 2016.
Frank is the physical manifestation of the “elephant in the room” that bullying often is. Bright pink, life-sized and hard to miss, Frank is a bit of an enigma because even though he appears in classrooms, sports fields and arenas, workplaces and just about everywhere else, nobody talks about him.
Dr. Enrique Lopez, Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities, shares his feelings upon receiving the package from his publisher, containing copies of his new major book on Modern Spain
Young adult characters learn to carve their way in the world through the adversity of bullying and teenage troubles.
In the spring of 2015, MRU’s English program and United Active Living, managers of the Garrison Green seniors’ residence, embarked on a joint project to pair our students with resident seniors in a Life Writing project.