AP/EN 4999 3.0M (S2): Special Topics: American Antislavery Writings Course Director: Dr. Pia Wiegmink Visiting Professor from Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany Please click here for the course description. For more information about Dr. Pia Wiegmink, including her current research and teaching areas, click here.
The family history business is booming. English Professor Julia Creet explores the bigger picture behind the ancestry industry in her new documentary, Data Mining the Deceased: Ancestry and the Business of Family. Filmed in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Iceland, the documentary takes a look at people’s motivations behind the business of […]
Professor Gobert received this honour at Convocation in autumn 2016. Congratulations!
Starting from the notion that every act of speaking is a translation between worlds, writer, scholar and critic Goldstein’s Lost Originals comprises a collection of elegies for a series of “lost originals” – objects, images and experiences whose ghostly traces can only be evoked through language. Click here for the complete story on yFile.
Long-time English and Creative Writing Professor Patricia Keeney has launched the first of two new books this fall with a standing-room-only reading at the Women’s Arts Association in downtown Toronto recently. The new book, a novel called One Man Dancing is based on the true story of a professional acting company in Uganda doing politically […]
Congratulations to Prof. B.W. Powe on the publication of his latest book "Decoding Dust" a new collection of poems (NeoPoiesisPress, 2016).
Communal eating can shape or destroy relationships. That’s what York English Professor David Goldstein found while researching and writing Eating and Ethics in Shakespeare’s England, published by Cambridge University Press. His book recently won the Shakespeare’s Globe Book Award for 2014. The award is given to a work which makes an important contribution to the […]
“Canada’s coolest poet,” York English Professor Priscila Uppal (BA Hons. ’97, PhD ’04), has received one of the country’s highest forms of recognition – election as a Fellow to the Royal Society of Canada (RSC). Uppal has accomplished a great deal in her 39 years. She has published 10 collections of poetry, two novels, a […]