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.
The MSU Teaching Awards recognize and encourage excellence in teaching at McMaster University, by acknowledging the contributions and hard work of professors and teaching assistants.
This community report back will go over the full report summary from the Anti-Racism Action Initiative that was held on November 25th, 2016 (to be released on March 18th), as well as community updates of race-related happenings in the city.
Congratulations to Amber Dean, recipient of the Faculty of Humanities Donald Shepherd Book Prize for her book Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women: Settler Colonialism and the Difficulty of Inheritance (University of Toronto Press, 2015).
Dr. Clare McManus (Department of English, University of Roehampton)
Dr. Peter Cockett (SOTA, McMaster) and Dr. Melinda Gough (Department of English and Cultural Studies/Gender Studies and Feminist Research).
On behalf of the Whidden Committee at McMaster University, we would like to remind you that this year’s Whidden Lectures will be moved to next week due to inclement weather. We are very excited to be joined by Professor Daphne Brooks of Yale University.
Join us for CCENA’s year-end symposium: Community Engaged Narrative Arts “What have we learned so far?” on Thursday, March 30, 3-5 pm.
The Department of English Early Modern Reading Group presents: “Women’s Performance and the Dramatic Canon: New Directions in Early Modern Studies” on April 11, 11-12:30 in CNH 332.