English Program students are invited to enjoy a free pizza lunch. A great opportunity to socialize with fellow English program students and faculty in a relaxing atmosphere.
- Wingfield Unbound, a new play by Dan Needles (Contract Lecturer; Creative Writing, Orillia Campus), will appear at the Orillia Opera House on October 17th at 8:00 p.m.
English Majors are invited to enjoy free pizza and other refreshments. A great opportunity to socialize with fellow English students and faculty.
This is a great opportunity for Department of English Faculty and English Program students to socialize and enjoy a pizza lunch together.
Dr. Monica Flegel's newly-published Pets and Domesticity in Victorian Literature and Culture examines the role played by the domestic pet in delineating relations for each member of the family home, from the couple at the head of the house, to the children who make up the family's dependents, to the common familial "outcasts" who populate Victorian literature and culture: the orphan, the spinster, and the bachelor. Her talk, "Love me, Love my Dog: The Role of the Pet in Victorian Courtship" will draw on one of the chapters from her book.
A reception to follow on the Thunder Bay campus in AT5033. Books will be available for purchase and signing on the Thunder Bay campus
or visit the publisher's website: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138832831
The Department of English is proud to present a McLeod Lecture Series:
John Schwetman (University of Minnesota Duluth):
“‘My Punishment Is Greater Than I Can Bear’: Blood, Earth and Territorial Claims in Twentieth-Century U. S. Travel Narrative.”
Light refreshments will be served on Thunder Bay campus.
Join the ESA for the Artery Release Party! We will be launching the newest edition of the Artery, Winter 2015. $5 at the door gives you entry and a copy of the Artery. There will be open mic, prizes and opportunities to share your written work! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Come out to GenderF*cked, a night of gender-bending, slam poetry and open mic! There will be prizes, a slam competition, a Walk-Off and an opportunity to share your work. The event is held in the Study Coffeehouse from 7-10pm and is co-hosted by the GIC, Pride Central, and WORD writing club.
English Student Association will have a table at the Campus Market selling "Blind-Date-With-A-Book and buttons.
This is your Brain on Shakespeare? Diagnosing the Recent Trend in English Studies
by Mark Keathler, University of Guelph