The University of Waterloo knows that you can't learn everything from books. That's why we work hard to bring in local and best-selling authors to talk about their latest works.
Dr. Vershawn Young and Dr. Frankie Condon
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
4:30pm in the Book Store
Join Drs Young and Condon as they discuss their recent work "Performing Antiracist Pedagogy in Rhetoric, Writing, and Communication". Presented by the Writing and Communication Centre and the Book Store.
The Writing Centre at 40 Celebration & Speaker Series:
Terry Fallis "Writing in the Digital Age"
A two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, Terry Fallis is the award-winning author of five national bestsellers.
Reading the Humanities: How I Lost My Modernity
Launch of John Greenwood’s newly released Reading the Humanities: How I Lost My Modernity.
Anne Innis Dagg "Smitten by Giraffe"
Launch of Anne Innis Dagg's newly released autobiographical book "Smitten by Giraffe".
The Writing Centre at 40 Celebration & Speaker Series: Nora Young, host of "Spark" on CBC Radio
The Writing Centre’s 2016-2017 Speaker Series highlights the broad field of communication and its intersections with politics, culture, media, technology, and our digital lives. It examines ways that communication helps us craft ourselves as social beings in a digital world, looks at how we engage with media and our social networks, and explores how we move through and communicate with the world.
"Democracy in Disappearing Ink: The Politics of Exclusion in Germany before Hitler"
Arriscraft Lecture: Nathan Storring
"Vital Little Plans: Jane Jacobs on Cities, Economics and Ethics"