The English Department would like to welcome Dr. Jonathan Kerr, McCain Postdoctoral Fellow,to Mount Allison for the Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 term. He will be teaching ENGL 3451A and ENGL 3951A in the Fall term, and ENGL 2301A and ENGL 3461A in the Winter term.
Dr. Sarah Fanning will be teaching ENGL 1201B and ENGL 1201D in the Fall 2018 term, and ENGL1201 G in the Winter 2019 term.
Dr. Geordie Miller will be teaching ENGL 1501A and ENGL 1801B in the Winter 2019 term.
Update for Winter 2019 Term - Dr. Amanda Jernigan, Mount Allison Alumna will be teaching
ENGL 3931 A Aspects of Postmodernism
English 4231: Chekhov and Company
Instructor: Dr. Karen Bamford
This intensive upper-level course examines the dramatic work of the great Russian playwright Anton Chekhov (1860-1904), and its profound influence on the twentieth-century stage. We begin with a study of Chekhov's four major plays-- The Seagull, Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters, and The Cherry Orchard -and then read a variety of international scripts that respond to or adapt Chekhov's. Authors studied include G.B. Shaw (1856-1950) and Brian Friel (1929-2015); as well as London-based Tom Stoppard (b. 1937) and Timberlake Wertenbaker (b.1956).
Previous courses in dramatic literature are an asset, but not necessary.
Students need primarily a willingness to read, think and talk about the texts.
For more information or permission to register, contact Karen Bamford ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
ENGL 4801: Canadian Women Writers in Their Times
Winter 2018, T/Th 2:30-5:20
Dr. Andrea Beverley
This course will look at how Canadian women writers have represented some of the most pressing issues of their day,
such as women's liberation, the threat of nuclear war, and settler-colonial violence.
We will focus on fiction and poetry, primarily from the contemporary period. The emphasis will be on open
and honest seminar-style discussions of our close readings. If you have questions
about the course or would like to enroll, contact Dr. Andrea Beverley at email@example.com .
Department of English Literatures: Summary of Scholarships and Prizes for April 2017:
The McKiel Scholarship
(Awarded annually to a 3rd-year student completing a Major or HONS in ENGL in his/her fourth year and who demonstrates high academic achievement)
2017-2018 winner: Cecilia Stuart
The Allison Watson Beveridge Prize
· Awarded to the Honours ENGL student with highest achievement in completing an ENGL program)
2017 winner: Renée Belliveau
The Jennie Robinson Quinn Scholarship
· Awarded to the female student with highest standing in ENGL in the university
2017 winner: Jessica Hawkes
The Grace Tomkinson Memorial Prize
· Awarded to the third year ENGL student with highest achievement
2017 winner: Cecilia Stuart
The Edwin Ernest Graham Prize
· A book prize (or cash equivalent) awarded to a second-year student for excellence in 2000-level ENGL
2017 winner: Ainslie Campbell
Graham Atlantic Writing Prize
· Awarded to a student who has submitted “the best and most worthy work of prose.”
2017 winner: Mathieu Gallant
The Roger Calkins Prize in Shakespeare Studies
· This prize, established by the English faculty in honour of Dr. Roger Calkins, is awarded to the student with the highest achievement in Shakespeare studies each year.
2017 winner: Emma Bush
The Carrie MacMillan Prize in Canadian Literature
· This prize, established by the English faculty in honour of Dr. Carrie MacMillan, is awarded each year to the student with the highest achievement in the study of Canadian Literature.
2017 winner: Mirelle Naud
MASU Departmental Prize
· Awarded by MASU each year to the Department’s choice for their most deserving student.
2017 winner: Kennedy Lundberg
Winter 2017 Course Magazine
This magazine was curated by 2 members of the class and includes creative
work inspired by the themes and concepts of the course.
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ENGL 3991A Winter 2017
An Ecopoetic Anthology: creative writing by members of the class inspired
by the themes and authors of the course.
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