The list for the Centre for Community-Engaged Narrative Arts (CCENA)’s virtual Long Tables is now available on their website. All CCENA events are free and open to the public. Their events this year will all be held via Zoom.
The 2020-2021 Writer-in-eResidence welcome event video is now available online! Meet this year’s Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer in Residence, Janet Rogers.
PhD Candidate Stacy Creech will facilitate R3’s “Let’s Talk About Race!” Series Session titled “What’s in a Name, Or; What it Means to be Latin American in North America” on Wednesday October 28th from 11:30am to 1:00pm Eastern. Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour students, staff, and faculty can register for the session, which celebrates…
Information Session: Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (4:00-5:00pm EST), via Zoom
Presented by: Dr. Amber Dean and Dr. Sarah Brophy
Topic: Applying for graduate studies in English & Cultural Studies and scholarship funding (CGS-Master’s competition)
Dr. Grace Kehler‘s new article “Becoming Divine Women: Miriam Toews’ Women Talking as Parable” is out now in Literature and Theology. Abstract: This article attends to the ways in which Canadian Mennonite novelist Miriam Toews’ Women Talking crafts a feminist theological parable of women envoicing and incarnating pacifism in the context of a purportedly pacifist…
Meet the 2020-21 Writer-in-eResidence, author Janet Rogers, as she does a reading and live Q&A in an online reception event. Janet is the author of Splitting the Heart, Red Erotic, Unearthed and Peace In Duress, among other titles. Learn more about her role as a writer-in-residence, in helping aspiring writers through free, one-on-one consultations. Register…
Watch: PhD student Aisha Wilks and Dr. Eugenia Zuroski discuss antiracist pedagogies in a series sponsored by the University of Maryland.
ECS PhD graduate Sarah Olutola recently published an article in the Washington Post on what the history of colonial racism helps us understand about the racism of current police violence. Read it here.
Friends – all with a McMaster connection – collaborate on a new book highlighting Canada’s queer archives.
Janet Rogers, the McMaster University/Hamilton Public Library Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer in Residence, recently invited the Hamilton community to share their stories about what home means to them.