From Montreal to Boston: Mystery Authors and a Secret Cache of 19th Century Canadian Writings
Jennifer Harris is Associate Professor of English at Mount Allison University and Vice-President of the Canadian Association of American Studies. Her essays have appeared in African American Review, Journal of American Culture, Resources for American Literary Study, and elsewhere. In addition to her editorial work (including eight volumes of the AlphabetCity cultural studies book series with MIT Press) she has been a Fulbright Fellow and SSHRC recipient.
THEMUSEUM and University of Waterloo’s Critical Media Lab are proud to introduce 7 new arcade games that challenge preconceived notions of how audiences interact with media. Join us for the grand unveiling of these entertaining and interactive games created by students in the Department of English at the University of Waterloo. Come and meet the student artists, enjoy a few snacks and indulge in the cash bar.
The Literature, Rhetoric, and Values Plenary will be a debate between bestselling author Christopher Hitchens and renowned rhetoric scholar Dr. Barry Brummett. They will debate the resolution.
Religion, as a literary value, is a force for good.
On January 27th, 2011, in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the University of Waterloo's English Department, the UW and SJU English Language and Literature Departments hosted alumnus David Morrell on the St. Jerome's University campus at the University of Waterloo. Despite the frosty winter temperatures Siegfried Hall was filed with people who came to hear Dr. Morrell talk about his experiences as a student at St. Jerome's in the 1960s, his subsequent move to the United States to attend graduate school, the early experiences that informed his writing and his decision to become a creative writer full time.
Please join the Chair of English and Research in Motion's hiring managers for a Co-op hiring information session.
RIM is interested in hiring English Co-op Students (both BA and MA, and in all our degree programs) for several positions for the Spring 2011 term and its hiring managers are coming to campus to tell you more.
Drop by for a FREE pizza lunch and an information session with RIM representatives to learn more!
We hope to see you there!