Kenyan Children and Childhoods during the Mau Mau Uprising: Working Towards a Research Agenda
Erin Bell, PhD Student
Indian Ocean World Centre
McGill University Department of English, Drama and Theater Program presents:
The Revenger's Tragedy by Thomas Middleton
Directed by Patrick Neilson
November 21-24 - 7:30PM
November 31-December 1 - 7:30PM
Tickets 514 398 6070
AWAKE, RISE, OR BE FOR EVER FALL'N!
Come and join us in Arts 160 on Tuesday, November 27th for an all-day reading of Milton's Paradise Lost.
People are welcome to drop in any time to read or simply listen. Bring your own book if you can, though there will be some spares available.
Refreshments will follow exile from the garden!
The Graduate Program in English is pleased to announced an upcoming PhD Oral Defense by Hillary Havens entitled: Novels of Frances Burney
Thinking about applying to a graduate program? MA, MFA, or PhD? Do you have questions about the application?
Prof. Ned Schantz, Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of English, will lead a workshop for students who are thinking about applying to graduate programs.
Topics to be covered include:
A Public Lecture by
Department of English, University of Virginia,
Director of the NINES Project
Friday, September 21, 2012
at 5:00 p.m.
Leacock Building, Room 232
The Department of English Year-Opening Party will take place on Thursday, September 13. The event will begin in Moyse Theatre at 5 pm, with a reading by Steven Heighton. A reception will follow from 6-8 in the Arts Building foyer. All graduate and undergraduate students, staff, administrators, donors, alumni, faculty, and friends of English are invited to attend.
A Grant Workshop led by Professor Ned Schantz will be held on Friday, September 14, 2012 from 1:30 to 2:30 in Arts 230.