Faculty of Arts

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Faculty of Arts


The Faculty of Arts serves the University of Regina, its students, faculty and staff, and the communities that surround and support us. Our goals are the creation, discovery and communication of knowledge.

We affirm the value of creative and critical thought, innovative research, free discussion, courageous inquiry and social change. We embrace the particular challenges facing the diverse communities, including the Indigenous communities, of our region. We foster an intellectual environment in which diversity is reflected and celebrated. We interpret our pasts and help to shape the futures of Saskatchewan and beyond.

For more information, visit the web site at: www.uregina.ca/arts/

Note that the Collections here, directly under the Faculty of Arts, are those coming out of the Office of the Dean. For collections sponsored by a subordinate unit of the Faculty, visit the specific sub-community.

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Recent Submissions

  • Banks, Brian; DeSantis, Gloria; Gilmer, Peter; Gingrich, Paul; Mulvale, Jim; Nelson, Kristin; Havelock, Joanne (Poverty Free Saskatchewan, 2012-10)
    Recently Saskatchewan has experienced an increase in economic activity – a “boom”, but this monetary gain has not been experienced by everyone. Many people struggle daily without adequate income, food, or housing. Poverty ...
  • Gingrich, Paul; Enoch, Simon; Banks, Brian (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2014-01)
    What annual income does a family require to maintain a decent standard of living? What is the Living Wage in Regina? The main purpose of this report to describe the concept of the Living Wage and calculate what is the ...
  • Enoch, Simon (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2012-12)
    The following study seeks to identify networks of corporate power in the province by documenting the inter-locking relationships between corporations, industry and trade associations, advocacy groups, policy institutes, ...
  • Sanden, Tracy; Desmarais, Annette Aurelie; Marsden, Dawn; Hansen, Yolanda; Qualman, Darrin (Community Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2014-01-29)
    The Environmental Scan is the first phase of work in the Regina Community Food Assessment, a collaborative, participatory process that brings people together from various sectors of the local food system to: analyze the ...
  • Vincent, Kara (2013-12-01)
    Poster for the lecture Theoretical and Cultural Interpretations of the Great War in the 1914: A Turning Point in History and Culture: Centenary Reflections at the University of Regina series.

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