The English Department has offered graduate instruction at the Master’s level since 1960 and at the doctoral level since 2006. Our PhD program in the Production of Literature is unique in Canada for its innovative conjoining of book history with theoretical questions about the sociology of literary production, circulation, and consumption. At the graduate level we remain committed to balancing what is best in the traditional range of historical periods and national literatures with newly emerging areas of academic research and scholarship.
For general information please view our Graduate Programs in English Brochure. For a comprehensive overview of our graduate programs, please consult the links in the sidebar, as well as either the MA Program Guidebook or the PhD Program Guidebook.
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This cutting-edge specialization is designed to add value to the existing MA in English by offering courses focused on the rapidly growing field of digital humanities.
Learn more about the department’s numerous areas of research interest and expertise.
This exciting specialization is designed for students enrolled in the MA in English who wish to enrich their training by developing expertise in the field of African Studies through interdisciplinary dialogue.
For information on how to apply, choose the appropriate graduate program:
If you are an international student, please contact the Graduate Administrator, priya kumar, before applying to either the MA or the PhD Program.