Please join us in congratulating Daniel Coleman on the hugely successful launch of his new book, Yardwork: A Biography of an Urban Place (Wolsak & Wynn).
Amber Dean’s Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women and Shawna Ferris’s Street Sex Work and Canadian Cities were recently awarded the Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes (WGSRF) Association’s Outstanding Scholarship Prize.
Emma McKenna recently won an honourable mention for the 2017 Marta Danylewycz Prize from the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) and Canadian Committee on Women’s History (CCWH-CCHF)!
Kaitlin has been recognized as a Vanier Scholar for her research in the area of Social and Environmental Decay.
On Thursday, May 18th students in the CSCT M.A. program will be presenting from their research projects-in-progress.
Please join us in congratulating Daniel Coleman, Professor of English, on the release of his new book of literary non-fiction, upcoming with Wolsak & Wynn in mid-May.
Chandrima Chakraborty, Associate Professor of English, has been named a University Scholar for the next four years at McMaster University.
You are all invited to attend the Exhibition and Colloquium: The Archive and Everyday Life, where the students in English/CSCT 739 will be presenting their research projects.
Screening Co-Sponsored by the Department of English and Cultural Studies.
“Resilience in a Multispecies World,” McMaster University John Douglas Taylor Conference, April 21 – 23, 2017. Featuring Keynote Speakers: Madhur Anand, Daniel Coleman, and Nicole Shukin.