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Culture and Heritage Research at the University of Regina

Summary: Culture and Heritage Research
at the University of Regina
Culture and heritage is a central focus for research at the University of Regina. It builds
on our strengths in the applied arts and fosters a symbiotic relationship between applied
and scholarly research in many of our Faculties including Arts, Business Administration,
Education, Fine Arts and Social Work. For these reasons, the University established
Culture and Heritage as one of its thematic areas in 2000.
Our culture and heritage scholars have become national and international leaders in
community-based research, artistic expressions, language and translations, historical and
cultural beliefs, and related ethnographic studies. Additionally, the presence of the First
Nations University of Canada, the Gabriel Dumont Institute and the Institut français uniquely
positions our University to advance cultural research on three of the founding peoples of Canada ­
First Nations, Métis and francophone ­ and to further define our diverse artistic, literary and cultural
To complement this strong focus in culture and heritage research, our Canada Research Chairs
and research centres / institutes significantly advance our commitment to the collective whole
­ understanding the past to promote and foster a dynamic and culturally diverse future.
As a national leader in the area of culture and heritage, our
research initiatives include:
· Twostate-of-the-artfacilities­the New Media Studio


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics