Staff

Split Britches Presents: “RETRO(PER)SPECTIVE” A Performative Artist’s Talk

7Nov201316:30

Founded in 1980 by Lois Weaver, Peggy Shaw, and Deb Margolin, Split Britches creates “vaudevillian satirical gender-bending performance” to revolutionize our understandings of queer identity,...

THE NATURE OF DIALOGUE IN FICTION, SCREENPLAYS, AND DRAMA

30Oct201316:00
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The Department of English and the Department of French Language and Literature present a conversation between the 2013-2014 Mordecai Richler writers in residence: Anosh Irani and Marc Zaffran 

A Reading by Anosh Irani: The 2013-14 Mordecai Richler Writer-in-Residence

23Oct201316:30

Anosh Irani was born and brought up in Bombay, India, and moved to Vancouver in 1998.  He is the author of the novels The Cripple and His Talismans and The Song of Kahunsha, the latter of which was a

10th Annual John Jacob Spector Lecture: A public lecture by Sarah Brouillette,

29Oct201318:00

“UNESCO and the Book in the Developing World” A public lecture bySarah Brouillette,Associate Professor of English at Carleton University

Prof. Cedric Tolliver, Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in American Literature—NEW COURSE

Published: 28May2013

Prof. Cedric Tolliver will be in residence in the English Department as Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in American Literature. His research deals with diasporic cosmopolitan culture defined by...

Transnational Imaginations / Futures of African Studies

29Apr201312:00
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12-1pm: Lunch and Welcome Remarks 1-2:45 pm: Roundtable on Transnationalism and African Studies Chair: Elizabeth Elbourne (McGill)

2013 Dept. of English Undergraduate Honours Symposium

26Apr201315:30
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Featuring the following presentations: Stephanie Adjemian, “Critical Structures: Daily Life, Elegy, and the Sonnet Form”

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare

11Apr201319:30
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Directed by Sean Carney Production Management and Set Design by Corinne Deeley

Talk by Massimo Rizzante - "The Essay and the Novel: Notes about a massacre"

14Mar201316:00
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Massimo Rizzante is a professor of 20th century Italian literature and comparative literature in the Department of Philological and Historical Sciences at the University of Trento.

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