Brandon University professor Dr. T. Keith Edmunds has co-written a boo about fun, play, playfulness, and positivity in teaching.
Brandon University (BU) professor Dr. Patricia Harms has been named winner of the 2021 CALACS Book Prize by the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, recognizing the most outstanding book from the previous year.
Ladina Social Activism in Guatemala City by Dr. Patricia Harms won the 2021 CALACS Book Prize.
A book by a former Brandon University (BU) instructor, and featuring an essay by a current BU professor, is once again receiving critical acclaim.
Perception, by KC Adams, features an essay by Brandon University professor Cathy Mattes.
BRANDON – A book by Brandon University (BU) professor Dr. Corinne L. Mason has been recognized with a national award.
Mason was the recipient of the Outstanding Scholarship Prize, presented by the Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes Association (WGSRF), at last week’s Congress for the Social Sciences and Humanities in Vancouver.
BRANDON – The research of a Brandon University (BU) professor has provided new insight into Métis leader Gabriel Dumont and the North-West Resistance.
Denis Combet’s updated book on Gabriel Dumont features added perspective drawn from the pages of Father Gabriel Cloutier’s journal.