Tommy Mayberry (BA 2010 Fine Arts and English Honours and currently finishing a PhD in English Language and Literature at Waterloo) and Tommy Bourque (BA 2017 Fine Arts and currently finishing a MFA in Visual Arts at Western University) are co-presenting three creative sessions at the upcoming Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) virtual conference.
These sessions, on March 13 and 14, are titled Speculative Figures and Futures: Our Uncanny Postapocalypse – Part 1: Sights and Sounds | Part 2: Critical Self/-ves | Part 3: Posthuman Worlding. A link to the convention's schedule can be found here.
This is NeMLA's 52nd Convention, virtual for the first time. The theme, "Tradition and Innovation: Changing Worlds Through the Humanities," asks how evolving traditions in the humanities have helped us understand our changing worlds, both real and imaginary.