Getting involved with your program’s student association is a great way to connect with like-minded peers. Through guest lectures, seminars, career workshops and social events, you’ll get to network and enrich your education experience. Scroll down to see the various student associations affiliated with the humanities department.
Culture: An Undergrad Journal
Culture is a peer-reviewed undergraduate humanities/interdisciplinary journal created by the Humanities Student Association and the humanities department at York.
We welcome any papers from the humanities disciplines (humanities, Black studies, Indigenous studies, gender & sexuality studies, philosophy, history, English, etc.) regarding culture in its many forms. Selected papers will be published in print and online. We define culture to include anything from Marxist critiques of celebrity, to comparative analysis of modern & postmodern art, to the critical analysis of life experiences. If it relates to a social sphere of interaction, we deem it relevant!
If you are interested in joining us as an editor or have any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Humanities Student Association is a student-run association for the benefit of all York students. Anyone interested in the humanities, or needing help with a general education course is welcome. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive environment. We also facilitate engagement, collaboration, and mutual support between humanities students.
The CCYSA's objectives are to help York students gain further knowledge of children and their cultures; to advocate for children’s rights; to build lasting friendships and partnerships in the community through social and cultural events, advocacy projects, and information sessions; and to provide resources for its members such as mentoring, leadership training and volunteer opportunities.
We promote students' interest in Classical Studies by organizing social events, providing a meeting place for students interested in classics and serving as a liaison between students in Classical Studies courses and the professors teaching them.
The Culture & Expression Student Association facilitates a community of students with interests in Culture & Expression. CESA hosts social events and academic discussions to help our members network. We welcome Culture & Expression students and other majors to socialize, network, and establish personal and professional relationships through our organization.
The Indigenous Students' Association at York is dedicated to executing campus initiatives to enhance awareness and appreciation of Indigenous people and politics while offering advocacy support for the student body.