Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence Christine Pountney and 11 aspiring authors from the McMaster and Hamilton communities gave readings of their work at a recent event hosted by McMaster University Library.
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To celebrate Freedom to Read Week, Library intern Madeline Donnelly has put together three short videos that ask the question: what if these great thinkers of history were on social media when they challenged the intellectual norms of their time?
Peter C. Newman, a renowned author and journalist was on campus Monday to celebrate the launch of his latest book and to be recognized for the ongoing contribution of his archives to McMaster University Library.
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The McMaster community and members of the public are invited to join McMaster's new Writer-in-Residence, Christine Pountney for a welcome reception and reading to take place at the Hamilton Public Library, Central Branch on Monday, September 26, 2016 at 7:00 pm.
Visiting scholar Micki Kaufman will discuss how she is using digital research methods and data visualization techniques to study the Digital National Security Archive (DNSA)’s Kissinger Collections which detail the former US National Security Advisor and Secretary of State’s correspondence during the period 1969-1977.
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Dr. Goldie Morgentaler will be at McMaster on June 9 to speak about her mother, writer Chava Rosenfarb’s three- volume novel, The Tree of Life based on her experiences as a prisoner in the Lodz ghetto.