Emma McTavish is a fourth year PhD candidate here at the Queen's University English Department.
An interview with Gabrielle McIntire, professor in the Department of English at Queen's and editor of The Cambridge Companion to The Waste Land, about T.S. Eliot's poem The Waste Land.
Profs. Maggie Berg, Shelley King and Patricia Rae dedicated careers to exceptional teaching and research.
English Department Colleagues Honoured at the Celebration of Teaching on March 24
The Black Studies Summer Seminar is a one-weeklong research-intensive seminar engaged with various themes in or connected to Black studies hosted by the University of Toronto Scarborough and Queen’s University.
The Netflix series 'Bridgerton' has sparked new interest in the Regency era. According to Rolling Stone's Sage Anderson, Queen's University's, Department of English professor, Robert Morrison's "dynamic style, as well as quotes from letters and diaries, will teach you all about how this period shaped the world we know today."
Armand Ruffo, on being awarded the 2020 Latner Writers’ Trust Poetry Prize.
The English DSC Council is pleased to announce the launch of our new interactive website, queensenglishdsc.com.
Queen's English alum Chris Gilmore has just released his first short story collection, Nobodies (Now or Never Publishing). Congratulations, Chris! Here's what a couple of accomplished writers have to say about it:
Margaret Aziza Pappano, Associate Professor in the Department of English, and Nicole R. Rice have been awarded the David Bevington Award for Best New…
Armand Ruffo, Associate Professor and Queen’s National Scholar, was honoured last week by the League of Canadian Poets with a prestigious Life Membership Award…
Graduate alum Leah Knight, currently Associate Professor at Brock University, has won the British Society for Literature and Science book prize for her book…