Faculty of Arts

Food festival at UWinnipeg celebrates compassion for animals and the planet

Winnipeg VegFest will be held on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 at the Axworthy Health and RecPlex at the University of Winnipeg. Admission is free and open to the public. Doors open at 9:00 am. The first 150 attendees will receive a commemorative swag bag loaded with goodies. WINNIPEG, MB – Winnipeg VegFest aims to foster …Read more >

Rhetoric professor pens critical analysis of “Blade Runner”

Dr. Matthew Flisfeder’s new book introduces readers to key concepts in postmodern theory and demonstrates how it can be used for a critical interpretation and analysis of “the greatest science fiction film.”

New writing certificate first of its kind in Manitoba

Beginning this September, The University of Winnipeg is offering a new Certificate in Writing designed to boost students’ practical writing skills.

Pioneering appreciation for young people’s texts and cultures

The faculty profile on Dr. Mavis Reimer was originally published in the commemorative 2017 edition of UWinnipeg Magazine.

Creating reconciliation: Youth United@Winnipeg students present

Students reflect on their North End summer experience WINNIPEG, MB – Since May, 20 University of Winnipeg students have gone to work and class every day in the North End as participants in a unique learning program aimed at building greater understanding and reconciliation. Tomorrow, Thursday, August 10, they gather to share their experiences in …Read more >

Trolling ourselves to death in the age of Trump

With Trump, we fully expect the lies as surely as we expect the sun to rise and fall. How did we get here?

UWinnipeg Prof tackles fake news

                                   Dr. Jason Hannan represents Canada at Global Media Forum in Germany What happens if we stop valuing the truth?  What are the consequences? That is a topic that UWinnipeg’s Dr. Jason Hannan (Rhetoric, Writing and Communications) tackled as one of three speakers representing Canada at the recent Global Media Forum in Bonn, Germany. …Read more >

New book on Remembering Air India: The Art of Public Mourning

‘Remembering Air India: The Art of Public Mourning’ (University of Alberta Press), is co-edited by UWinnipeg’s Canada Research Chair in Culture and Public Memory, Dr. Angela Failler.

Learning about Indigenous foods in the field

As a part of The University of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Food Systems field course, a group of ten UWinnipeg students has just returned from Fisher River Cree Nation where they learned how to catch and process fish, among other skills. From May 23 to 27, 2017, the students collaborated with Charles Sinclair School students and teachers …Read more >

New French placement test aims to boost student success

Are you interested in studying French at UWinnipeg, but aren’t sure how your current language skills will translate at a post-secondary level? The University’s French Studies Program in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures has created a new placement test to help ensure student success. This new French Placement Test will match incoming students …Read more >