To celebrate the one-year anniversary of “Engedering the Stage,” check out this 5 min video showcasing the amazing artists at our Stratford Festival PaR workshop: For more exciting information about the project, check out https://engenderingthestage.humanities.mcmaster.ca
Join us in offering a huge congratulations to PhD Candidate Emma McKenna on the publication of her first collection of poetry, Chenille or Silk.
Mark your calendars for two exciting events featuring our very own Professor Eugenia Zuroski, reading from her chapbook Hovering, Seen in March!
ECS graduate Dr. Sandra Muse Isaacs has been appointed Assistant Professor of English Language, Literature & Creative Writing at The University of Windsor. Professor of Indigenous Literature, Sandra Muse Isaacs is of Eastern Cherokee descent (Ani-tsisqua, Bird Clan) and Gaelic heritage (Clan MacRae). She is an alumnus of the University of Windsor (BA, English; MA,…
A reminder that our the Centre for Community Engaged Narrative Arts’s (CCENA) first long table of the year will take place this Thur, January 18, 3:30-5:30 pm. at McMaster’s Centre for Continuing Education, 1 James St. North, Room 206: Here’s the exciting lineup! Simon Orpana, Matt McInnes, & Friends discussing the Brightside Project: Simon and Matt have…
The Department of English & Cultural Studies, Indigenous Studies, and the McMaster Indigenous Research Institute present: Robert Henry – Re”image”ing Indigenous Gang Involvement: Utilizing Photovoice Methods in Street Gang Research January 17, 2018 1:30 – 2:30 pm L.R. Wilson Hall – Suite 1811 Light Refreshments will be served
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Each year we host the John Douglas Taylor Conference. Find out what we have planned for this year.
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