Join us in offering a huge congratulations to PhD Candidate Emma McKenna on the publication of her first collection of poetry, Chenille or Silk.
All students in an Honours English & Cultural Studies program need to complete Level IV seminars as part of their program requirements (please check the Undergraduate Calendar for your specific program’s requirements).
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!
Mark your calendars for two exciting events featuring our very own Professor Eugenia Zuroski, reading from her chapbook Hovering, Seen in March!
Please join us for the latest ECS Visiting Speaker Series talk, “Grieving Empire: Affect Aliens, Disablement, and Aesthetic Catharsis,” at the Sherman Centre, Mills Library, Monday, February 11, 2019, from 3:30-5:00 pm.
Wednesday January 30th: My World’s on Fire, How ‘bout Yours? Unravelling the Politics and Culture of Climate Change
Congratulations to ECS Professor Eugenia Zuroski on the publication of her chapbook of poetry Hovering, Seen, available now from Anstruther Press!
The Centre for Community Engaged Narrative Arts, headed up by ECS professors Lorraine York and Daniel Coleman, is hosting its latest Long Table event on Wednesday February 6th titled Placing Attention.
Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies Amber Dean has released her latest book, Feminist Praxis Revisited, Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement.
Humanities course’s approach is just write New mandatory first year course provides students with an opportunity to improve writing By: Kian Yousefi Kousha As one word finds itself next to another, the ideas in our mind begin to fill pages. These words have the ability to further our imagination and change our lives. Whether conveyed…