Documenting the Arts & Humanities @ Vancouver Island University
In concert with the A&H Colloquium Committee, the MRL captures public presentations made by Faculty members and teams of Faculty and Students through the Arts & Humanities Colloquium Series.
This vital archive helps share a snapshot of the depth and range of activities in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities. Through this archive, students in the MRL gain valuable experience in working with live events, connecting with ‘real-world’ partners, and editing and disseminating information.
A Tale of Two Playwrights: Writing Across Culture and Gender
The Importance of Being Seamus: Heaney as Local and Global Poet
A Jazz Birthday Party: One Hundred Years on Record
From Academic Article to Fantasy Novel: Medieval Alchemy and The Alchemists' Council
It’s the End of the World as We Know It: Archetypes, Gilgamesh, and the Fate of Civilization
Perfect Pitch: Gift or Curse?
Letters to Dr. Kelsey: Thalidomide and the Quest for Good Science in the Nuclear Age
Beyond the Boundaries of Image and Text: Telling Difficult Stories
Stories and Raspberry Pi's: An Innovational Approach to Experiential Learning
Gypsies, Tramps, And Thieves: The Contrapuntal Rantings of a Half-Breed Girl
Why We Care: Thoughts on Canada's Indian Residential School History
A Journey in Jazz: From Inspiration to Performance
MERIDIAN.IS: Collaborative Performance Research
The Truth and Nothing But the Truth?
Firing the Canon and Hiring the Reader - How to Win the Classroom War on CanLit