Congratulations to Cannon Schmitt on being awarded President's Award by the North American Victorian Studies Association.
Congratulations to Terry Robinson on winning the 2018 Ted Cohen Prize from the American Society for Aesthetics (ASA) for her essay "Eighteenth-Century Connoisseurship and the Female Body,” published in Oxford Handbooks Online. Oxford UP. Web. 10 May 2017.
Congratulations to Marlene Goldman on being awarded the Canadian National Institute for the Blind's Barbara Tuck-MacPhee Award.
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.
Read an excerpt from Randy Boyagoda's Original Prin in The Globe and Mail.
"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.
"Even in Toronto, my daughters are growing up being assessed according to the colour of their skin" Randy Boyagoda's Op-Ed in The Globe and Mail.
"How a library card launched George Elliott Clarke's literary career" in CBC Atlantic.
"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.
Professor of English and St. Mike's College Principal Randy Boyagoda on Canadian Cultural intangibles in the CBC News: The Current Review.
English Professor Nick Mount captures Canada's literature boom in Arrival. Read more at Arts & Science News.
Get tips from English graduate & instructor Elissa Gurman in Maclean's on creating University class schedule that won't destroy your soul.