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THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC & The Humanities Research Group (HRG)
Maestro Franz, Windsor International Film Festival Director Vincent Georgie and Professor of Theatre Erica Stevens Abbitt invite WSO ticketholders to join them for a free pre-show discussion about the power and significance of Dreyer’s 1928 film on the life and death of Joan – martyr, rebel, victim and saint.
Black History Month is Here!
Check out these resources from Leddy Library on Black History:
The University of Windsor's 60 day free trial to Routledge Handbooks Online is now active providing complete access to the platform at your institution until 12th March 2015. Visit https://www.routledgehandbooks.com to gain access.
The First World War: Personal Experiences from Adam Mattew is a wonderful collection of primary source documents drawn from archives across the globe. The documents are varied in scope and offer a remarkable window on the lives and experiences of men and women during the First World War. The resource is designed for both teaching and study, from undergraduate to research students and beyond.
Romanticism: Life, Literature & Landscapes offers students and researchers of the Romantic period unique access to over 2,500 art pieces as well as documents, manuscripts, correspondence, and travel journals of William Wordsworth and his fellow writers.