The UAlberta Faculty of Arts has left its mark on Alberta: the research conducted by our talented, diverse and creative people in areas such as language preservation, violence, gender roles, labour mobility, and the history of Aboriginal peoples has a lasting impact on our understanding of and engagement with our province and society. That impact reverberates throughout Canada and the world — but it starts right here in Alberta.
Below is a small snapshot of how Arts is making a difference in Alberta.
Researcher explores close prehistoric relationship between human and dog
Modern Languages & Cultural Studies prof John Eason teaches Scandinavia from A(BBA) to Q(ueer)
The Flood is both sculpture and print, a duality that Caulfield welcomes
Philomina Okeke-Ihejirika uses a golden opportunity to challenge gender roles in African universities
Linguistics professor Antti Arppe creates software that may help speakers of Plains Cree use the language in all aspects of modern life
CSL’s new executive director reflects on experiences that transform students’ education and career paths
Stephen Kent’s collection of cult documents and testimonials span 30 years
New UAlberta study finds it gets better as we age, refuting old claims that happiness slumps in mid-life
Margot Challborn knows firsthand the exclusive nature of political policies on non-traditional families. Now, her research aims for inclusion
Writing collective aims to get to the heart of issues in creative ways
Arts philosopher Rob Wilson is helping draw attention to the history of forced sterilization in Alberta
“Old Stories in New Ways” is an interdisciplinary project led by Drama professor Jan Selman for communities in Kenya