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Department of Classics and Religion

News and Announcements

Exploring religion in historic central Italy an immersive academic experience

Second successful year running for UCalgary students

Canadian Innovation Week celebrates researchers accelerating positive change through collaboration

Join the conversation May 16 to discover how UCalgary faculty are leveraging their expertise to tackle social issues

The Animal Kinship Project – a glimpse into the world of animals through music

Classics and Religion instructor Dr. Craig Ginn draws attention to Indigenous histories and worldviews through music

UCalgary Giving Day

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Appointments - Office of the Dean

The Faculty of Arts announces interim Associate Dean, Research roles

In the Media

In the News Harjeet Singh Grewal, Classics and Religion, in Global News

Sikh and Indo-Calgarians react to Canada’s allegations against Indian government

In the News Harjeet Singh Grewal, Classics and Religion, in CBC News

What is Khalistan: The Sikh separatist movement behind tensions between Canada and India

In the News Harjeet Singh Grewal, Classics and Religion, in The Washington Post

How Canada got caught up in the Sikh struggle in India

In the News Harjeet Singh Grewal, Classics and Religion, in CBC News

A U.S.-based Sikh group is rallying the diaspora in B.C. to vote for an independent state in India


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Nickle Galleries

Numismatic Collection

The Nickle Galleries’ Numismatic Collection is the largest and most important academic coin collection in Canada.

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Embedded Certificate in Geographic Information Science (GIS)

Learn to apply technological solutions to solve a wide range of real-world issues. All courses in this embedded certificate program integrate hands-on experience.

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