The Humanities — Much Ado About Nothing?
From The Handmaid's Tale to Shakespeare's tragedies, Dr. Ben Faber considers the value of teaching literature.
Poetry and Ecology
Redeemer's Dr. Deborah Bowen explores in her public work and research how poetry can uniquely inspire us to care for the environment.
Christians in the Newsroom
This summer, Redeemer student Anna Bailey '21 attended The World Journalism Institute at Dordt College to learn storytelling and technical skills for the newsroom.
Nicholas Slagter awarded 2016-2017 Department of English Essay Prize
The essay, written on Donne's Holy Sonnet 14, is available to read online
Anything but Typical
Museum collections manager Michael VanHartingsveldt ‘11 has taught, travelled, worked and studied in five different countries since graduation.
Dr. Deborah Bowen retires
Well-beloved English professor retires from her post
When Art and Science Interface
Dr. Madhur Anand, professor of ecology at the University of Guelph, reads from her latest book of poetry at Redeemer.
Celebrating Canada’s Faith Communities Through Writing
Doug Sikkema ‘06 and Dr. Deborah Bowen spearhead the Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize for Faith and Writing
Local Hamilton authors launch books on campus
Brent van Staalduinen '01 and John Terpstra sign, speak and share excerpts from their new books.
Imitating Jesus in the Middle Ages
How an ordinary 12th century woman ruffled feathers by following Jesus, and inspires us to do the same
Connecting with Hamilton’s literary scene
Student Elise Arsenault and alumnus Brent van Staalduinen take part in the 2016 Short Works Prize
EcoAtwood meets EcoChristianity
Dr. Deborah Bowen explores environmental apocalypse and hope in Margaret Atwood’s "MaddAddam" trilogy.
Launching Brent van Staalduinen’s “Saints, Unexpected”
Several events to launch new novel
Brent van Staalduinen wins Short Works Prize
Redeemer front and centre at this year's Short Works Prize
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