Professor John Mcleod, University of Leeds
Burke Theatre A
Saint Mary's University and Halifax Public Libraries Present
The Culture of Bollywood with Rohini Bannerjee
This course will analyze popular Bollywood films and contextualize South Asian cinema as both commercial and cultural text—particularly in the context of cultures, diaspora, and globalization.
January 4 - March 29, 2018*
*No course February 22
Halifax Central Library | Paul O'Regan Hall
Registration is not required.
Questions? Call the Library at 902-490-5706.
In partnership with Saint Mary's University
An examination of the practical and theoretical connections between law and politics. The course will concentrate on contemporary public law issues and constitutional reform in liberal-democracies.
Event location: Paul O'Regan Hall
Reading Series: Dr. Rohini Bannerjee - From Meno-pause to Meno(play): New Delhi and the Indian Tango
Dr. Rohini Bannerjee of Modern Languages and Classics will be here to discuss her latest article, 'From Meno-pause to Meno(play): New Delhi and the Indian Tango', as part of our popular Faculty Author Series.
Refreshments will be served.
Event: Author John Cousins will be dropping by to discuss his latest book, New London: The Lost Dream, the Quaker Settlement on PEI’s North Shore 1773-1795, shortlisted for the 2017 Democracy 250 Atlantic Book Award for Historical Writing
Time: Wednesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m.
Place: Room LI135, Patrick Power Library, Saint Mary’s University