Congratulations to Dr. Henry Giroux, whose new book, The Terror of the Unforeseen, has just been published by LARB Books as part of their Provocations series. From the publisher’s website: In a searing takedown of the populist authoritarian vision of America, The Terror of the Unforeseen tackles the resurgence of fascism in the age of Donald Trump’s…
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Associate Professor Melinda Gough’s latest book, Dancing Queen: Marie de Médicis’ Ballets at the Court of Henri IV, was published this week by the University of Toronto Press!
Congratulations to ECS Professor Eugenia Zuroski on the publication of her chapbook of poetry Hovering, Seen, available now from Anstruther Press!
Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies Amber Dean has released her latest book, Feminist Praxis Revisited, Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Henry Giroux is set to receive the 2019 Professional Freedom and Responsibility Award, from the Cultural and Critical Studies Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Professor Daniel Coleman’s Yardwork took home the Non-Fiction Book Award and the Kerry Schooley Book Award, and PhD Candidate Shane Neilson won the Poetry Award for Dysphoria.
PhD Candidate Shane Neilsen has been awarded the SSHRC 2018 Talent Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement by a current SSHRC doctoral scholarship holder. For more information about Shane’s work, and this wonderful recognition, follow this link.
Casting women in men’s roles may seem like a radical departure of our times. So might portrayals of early modern characters by trans and non-binary actors. Yet playing with gender was in fact an exciting feature of early modern theatre practice across Europe.
Qwo-Li Driskill is a (non-citizen) Cherokee Two-Spirit and Queer writer, activist, and performer also of African, Irish, Lenape, Lumbee, and Osage ascent.
The Centre for Community-Engaged Narrative Arts (CCENA, co-directed by Daniel Coleman and Lorraine York) will hold its first gathering on March 1, 2016. CCENA understands society to be formed of various interpretive communities, whose outlooks and objectives are formed by the narratives through which they imagine themselves, their relationships, and their purposes.