Our Working Groups bring together faculty and graduate students from different disciplines. The aims? To explore common research interests and encourage collaborative research projects. This year we are hosting ten interdisciplinary working groups.
The Calgary Atlas Project continues its mandate of seeking to document forgotten and lesser-known stories from Calgary's history by mapping them onto the city's geography and highlighting significant sites, events and people in Calgary's past.
Translation Studies is by nature interdisciplinary, not only the purview of philology and linguistics, but also of literary studies, history, philosophy, semiotics and cultural studies, as well as being a creative act in itself.