In this guest blog post, Brianna Henshaw, Virginia Larose, and Katia Zuppel — all undergraduate English students at Bishop’s University — describe the immersive Shakesperience Summer Institute theatre course they took with Professor Jessica Riddell last summer. Editor’s note: If you or your students have a memorable teaching and learning […]
The Homing Place: Indigenous and Settler Literary Legacies of the Atlantic By Rachel Bryant Can literary criticism help transform entrenched Settler Canadian understandings of history and place? How are nationalist historiographies, insular regionalisms, established knowledge systems, state borders, and narrow definitions continuing to hinder the transfer of information […]
Congratulations to David Williams (University of Manitoba) for winning the Priestley Prize, announced at this year’s meeting of ACCUTE at Congress. David wins for his essay, “Film and the Mechanization of Time in the Myth of the Great War Canon” published in ESC 41.2-3. Thank you to the […]
Celebrity Cultures in Canada, edited by Katja Lee and Lorraine York, was recently published by Wilfrid Laurier UP (May 2016). Description (from WLUP website): Celebrity Cultures in Canada is an interdisciplinary collection that explores celebrity phenomena and the ways they have operated and developed in Canada […]
Late Victorian Into Modern (Oxford UP, 2016), edited by Laura Marcus, Michele Mendelssohn, and Kirsten E. Shepherd-Barr, will be available at the Congress Book Fair at Ryerson University.