Dept. of English news
MARCH 11, 4-7PM ARTS 160 Five McGill graduates talk about how their education helped them in their careers: Anna Asimakopulos, former longtime TV arts reporter and News Assignment Editor for CBC Montreal Amahl Hazelton, 2005-2009 Lead Project Manager, Quartier des spectacles Partnership; Urban Strategist--Moment Factory Declan Rankin Jardin, co-founder and Chief Beekeeper, Aleveole Urban Beekeeping and Honey Company
Come to either of the sessions below and find out: - How to apply - How to plan for it - What Honours offers - What the Honours Essay entails § Whether Honours is for you - THUR., March 10 - 3:35 - 4:25 - in Arts W-220 - MON., March 14 - 12:35 - 1:15 - in Arts 160 Students now completing the Program will share their experiences and answer your questions.Professor Monica Popescu, Director of the Honours Program, will introduce the program requirements.
Prof. Erin Hurley directs a segment of Picturesque: Voices From Beaver Hall — Fourteen Dramatic Works Celebrating the Painters of Beaver Hall featuring DESA President Clara Nizard and Psychology Major Sophia Metcalf Read more about it on The Gazette
The Department of Englih is pleased to announce a new course on creative writing by the winner of the 2014 Scotiabank Giller Prize and this year's Richler Writer-in-Residence Sean Michaels. ENGL 364 will be offered in the Winter 2016 semester as a weekly workshop.
Fall applications to ENGL434: Independent Theatre Project and ENGL495: Individual Reading Course are due on 12 September.
This award provides an opportunity for undergraduate students in the Department of English to attend plays in performance at a Canadian venue as an adjunct to course work at McGill.
The Shakespeare and Performance Research Team, Department of English, McGill University, seeks a postdoctoral fellow to join a research program (2012-2016) entitled, “Shakespeare and the Play of Story.”
This May, study Renaissance Literature and Painting in Florence with the course, ENGL 347: Great Writings of Europe 1 - Passions of the Renaissance (taught in English).
Kathleen Winter, author of Annabel, will be the inaugural Mordecai Richler Writer-in-Residence in the Department of English at McGill in the winter semester 2012.