Faculty and students from the English Department are involved in many special events throughout the year, from receptions and colloquia to public lectures.
- Literary and Dramatic Arts Showcase Competitions (Any Genre)
- Undergraduate Colloquium
Friday, January 15, 2021
Spotlight on Research – Emotional Labour in Victorian Culture
Prof. Jan Schroeder (Chair of the Department of English) has recently published two essays on the topic of emotional labour in Victorian culture. “‘A Thousand Petty Troubles’: Margaret Hale’s Emotional Labour in North and South,” which appeared in a 2020 issue of the journal Women’s Writing, examines Margaret Hale’s unpaid emotional...
Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Please note that courses will only run if they reach a minimum of twenty students. Students will be notified via Carleton email if a course in which they are registered is cancelled. We will endeavour to notify students of any cancellations as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Course...
Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Spotlight on Research – The Origins of the Bible and Early Modern Political Thought
Travis DeCook's book The Origins of the Bible and Early Modern Political Thought will appear in early 2021 with Cambridge University Press. In this book, DeCook explores the theological and political innovations found in early modern accounts of the Bible's origins. In the charged climate produced by the Reformation and humanist historicism,...
Friday, November 27, 2020
Spotlight on Research – The Prince and the Penny Chartist: The Great Exhibition in Reynolds’s Newspaper
Jenna M. Herdman, PhD candidate in English, has recently published an article in Victorian Periodicals Review titled "The Prince and the Penny Chartist: The Great Exhibition in Reynolds's Newspaper." This article studies the response of the radical Victorian press to the Great Exhibition of the Works of All Nations in London, 1851. Using original...