Department of English

Book Launch - Mother Muse by Lorna Goodison

10Jun202216:00
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Join Véhicule Press, the Department of English and the Montreal International Poetry Prize for the launch of Mother Muse, a poetry collection by Lorna Goodison/englishCategory: Faculty of Arts...

Experts: Pride Month | June 2021

Published: 8Jun2021

June is Pride Month in Canada. It is a time when we celebrate diversity and LGBTQ+ communities, acknowledge their history, the hardships they have endured, and the progress that has been made. (CBC...

Experts: Escalating violence between Israelis and Palestinians

Published: 13May2021

Israel hit three multi-storey towers as it hammered the Gaza Strip with airstrikes, and militants in the territory fired barrages of rockets at Israel, in the most severe outbreak of violence since...

Life after (and during) a PhD – a project designed to change expectations & the culture of the academy

Published: 12Jun2019

For the past four years a cross-Canada project developed by McGill University, TRaCE, has been gathering stories and data about life after (and during) a humanities PhD....

The 2019 John G. Diefenbaker Award

Published: 12Jun2019

The John G. Diefenbaker Award allows a distinguished German scholar in the social sciences or humanities to conduct research in Canada, and spend brief periods gaining further experience at...

Seminar: Caroline Levine

28Mar201910:00
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Caroline Levine will conduct a seminar for interested students and faculty on the morning of Thursday, 28 March. All are welcome to attend. /englishCategory: Faculty of Arts Dept. of English Seminars

The Revenger's Tragedy - The first Moyse Hall production of the 2012-13 Season

21Nov201219:30

McGill University Department of English, Drama and Theater Program presents:The Revenger's Tragedy by Thomas MiddletonDirected by Patrick NeilsonA853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA...

Bob Dylan Awarded Nobel Prize in Literature

Published: 13Oct2016

The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2016 is awarded to Bob Dylan "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition". (NobelPrize.org)

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