Come to a reading and Q&A to celebrate the release of renowned Canadian-Caribbean poet Pamela Mordecai's collected poems, A Fierce Green Place, published by New Directions in 2022!
Speaker: Aleksander Franiczek
Respondent: Alex Fleck
Join us for this term’s Careers for English Majors event, virtual edition!
Hear English alumni working in a variety of sectors talk about their jobs and offer career planning advice. Learn about exciting opportunities for English grads in marketing and communications, technical writing, administration, higher education, and more.
Speaker: Dakota Pinheiro
Respondent: sarah currie
The Institute for Black Arts, Culture, and Literature is hosting a series of online events throughout October and November that will also be of interest to people in the English department. The series includes twenty-minute talks, readings, or performances followed by a twenty-minute Q&A. For more information on the events, see the links below. Contact Dr. Vershawn Young for Zoom links to the events.
The UWaterloo English Teaching Orientation for incoming and continuing graduate students happens on Wednesday, Aug. 31. All orientation workshops will be held online.
Incoming students (anyone entering the first year of their program at UWaterloo English, whether in an MA or PhD program, except for PhD students who did their MA at UWaterloo) have a series of required workshops: