Please join us for the Annual English Department Awards ceremony!
The 2015 award winners will be notified one to two weeks prior to the ceremony.
This dissertation develops the concept of embodied invention, an epistemology and design philosophy that treats multimodal media—such as comics and videogames—as heuristics for translating knowledges between bodies, communities, and cultures.
The English Student Society presents a student, faculty, and alumni mixer
Grab a drink, enjoy some appetizers, and interact with students and colleagues in an informal, enlightening evening.
A panel discussion and conversation with Tristanne Connolly, Kevin McGuirk, David-Antoine Williams, and Chad Wriglesworth.
Poetry can be intimidating for students, and they often come to university already resisting the genre. It can also be challenging to teach well, especially to early undergraduates.
Basille School of International Affairs--Professionalization Series
Are you interested in consulting work? Join us for a panel discussion on the “ins and outs” of starting and managing your own consulting business.
The next meeting of the Waterloo Renaissance Workshop will take place this Wednesday, March 9, from 3-4 p.m. in Hagey Hall 232.
Declare your English Major!!!
Featuring pizza & cinnamon buns!
Please join English Language & Literature at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, February 26 for a talk by Sharon Morgan Beckford-Foster (Rochester Institute of Technology), titled “From Nomad to Modern Citizen: New Literary Reflections on Blackness in Richard Wright’s Philosophy of History.”