PhD3 Colloquium

Wednesday, December 6, 2023 09:15to14:30
Ferrier Building Room 408, 840 avenue du Docteur-Penfield, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G2, CA

The PhD3 Colloquium 2023 will take place on Wednesday 6 December in Ferrier 408, beginning at 9:15 AM. All faculty, instructors, and graduate students in English are welcome to attend. Students in the PhD3 cohort will present their research-in-progress, stemming from their Compulsory Research Project, and there will be time for questions after each presentation. Lunch will be provided. For the speakers and topics, please see the schedule below/attached. We hope to see as many people as possible at this important annual event in the research life of our department.

Schedule [Download as PDF]

9:15AM Arrival and Welcome

9:30 | Taylor Rousselle

“The End of Reason, is Truth: The End of Fancy, is Fiction”: Hermaphroditic Utopias and Proto-Feminist Idealism in Margaret Cavendish’s Closet Dramas

10:00 Emily McConkey

Women Reading Ovid: Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Metamorphoses

10:30 | Martin Breul

Outside the Garrison: Canadian Short Fiction in the German Democratic Republic

11:00 | Richard Joseph

Criticism, Novels, and Ambition in Contemporary Anglo-American Literature

11:30 | Lunch, Ferrier 410

12:30 PM Cath Marceau

Punk Manifestoes in 1980s–1990s America: A Case Study of Straight Edge Lyrics

1:00 | Charlotte Frank

Tactics of Obliquity in Female Life Writing: A Comparative Analysis of Four Contemporary Writers

1:30 | Sainico Ningthoujam

(Re)Imagining the Past: Narrating Life from Peripheries

2:00 | Iris Pintiuta

A Portal Towards Excess: The Bath in Trans Cinema

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