Congratulations to Christina Turner on winning the Canadian Literature's 60th Anniversary Graduate Student Essay Prize.
Congratulations to Heidi Craig on being appointed on a tenure-track Assistant Professor position at the Texas A&M University.
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Congratulations to Al Moritz on being appointed Poet Laureate of Toronto.
Congratulations to Nancy Kang (African-American, 2007, Hutcheon) on winning the Canada Research Chair (II) in Women and Gender Studies at the University of Manitoba.
Professor Marlene Goldman discusses sequel to "The Handmaid's Tale" on CTV News.
Anthony Oliviera of English talks about the sentencing of Bruce McArthur. More in CTV News
Daniel Scott Tysdal's poem received runner up Morton Poetry Prize.
George E. Clarke comments on the recent performance of The Merchant of Venice at an Ontario private school in the CBC Radio: Metro Morning.
English professor Ian Lancashire turns to neuroscience to detect Alzheimer's disease by analyzing texts. Read more in Arts and Science News.
"Randy Boyagoda's new novel is both deeply Catholic and Deeply funny" in The Walrus.
"U of T's Lost River" read about Professor Andrea Most's course Ecocriticism in the Faculty of Arts & Science News.
Read Chris Kelleher on "An American in the Promised Land (of Canada)" in the University Affairs.
"Ideas to Live by: A Conversation with Mari Ruti" by Tajja Isen and Philip Sayers in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Read Adam Hammond on "Why running a marathon is a terrible reason to travel" in The Globe and Mail.
"Smartphones and the abdication of parental responsibility" Read Ira Wells in the Globe & Mail.
Read English Professor Tom Keymer on 'How to be a great Journal Editor" in the Times Higher.
Read Mandy Pipher on consequences of devaluing a humanities degree in the Toronto Star.
Get tips from English graduate & instructor Elissa Gurman in Maclean's on creating University class schedule that won't destroy your soul.
MA CRW Alumna Jesse Ruddock's debut novel Shot-Blue was reviewed by The New York Times.
Professor Nick Mount explores the rise of our literary canon in the 1960s and argues we’ve moved beyond it to a better place. Read more abut his book Arrival: The Story of CanLit in The Toronto Star.
Read the Accolades page for news regarding our faculty.