Congratulations to Dr. Sharlee Cranston-Reimer, a recent graduate of our department, who received an award from the Canadian Studies Network – Réseau d’études canadiennes (CSN-RÉC) for her dissertation Building New Worlds: Gender and Embodied Non-Conformity and Imagining Otherwise in Contemporary Canadian Literature. In her dissertation–named by the CSN-RÉC as Best PhD Dissertation in Canadian Studies (2015)–Dr. Cranston-Reimer…
The Department of English & Cultural Studies Graduate Professionalization Committee invites students to a session on the importance of attending and participating in academic conferences.
The Department of English and Cultural Studies welcomes Kim Echlin as the 2015 Writer-in-Residence.
The John Douglas Taylor conference this year is titled “History, Memory, Grief: A 30th Air India Anniversary Conference.”
Join us September 23rd at 3:30 pm for lecture and reading by Padma Viswanathan.
This exhibition stems from student work produced over five years during a graduate course in cultural studies called The Archive and Everyday Life at McMaster University.
Performance as Research in Early English Theatre Studies: The Three Ladies of London in Context
The Department of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University and the Hamilton Public Library are pleased to welcome Hal Niedzviecki as the Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence
Level IV Seminar Ballots are now available in the Department of English & Cultural Studies and online
Bryan Prince Bookseller,McMaster University Library, Penguin Random House Canada, and the Hamilton Arts Council are pleased to announce a special literary event with a touch of Hamilton.