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2016 Killam Teaching Prize Recipient

2016 Killam Teaching Prize Recipient

Congratulations to Department of English professor Robert Rouse on being awarded a 2015-2016 UBC Killam Teaching Prize for the Faculty of Arts (Vancouver). The Killam Teaching Prizes are awarded annually to faculty members in recognition of excellence in teaching. […]

2016 Killam Teaching Prize Recipient

2016 Killam Teaching Prize Recipient

Congratulations to Department of English professor Robert Rouse on being awarded a 2015-2016 UBC Killam Teaching Prize for the Faculty of Arts (Vancouver). The Killam Teaching Prizes are awarded annually to faculty members in recognition of excellence in teaching. […]

2016 Killam Teaching Prize Recipient

2016 Killam Teaching Prize Recipient

Congratulations to Department of English professor Robert Rouse on being awarded a 2015-2016 UBC Killam Teaching Prize for the Faculty of Arts (Vancouver). The Killam Teaching Prizes are awarded annually to faculty members in recognition of excellence in teaching. […]

2015-2016 Graduate Teaching Assistant Award

Department of English PhD student and Teaching Assistant, Jonathan Newell has won the 2015-2016 Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award. […]

Jack Knowles Wins Siegel/McDaniel Award

Congratulation to PhD student JACK KNOWLES, whose essay, “Yeatsian Agony in Late Roth,” has been selected as this year’s Siegel McDaniel Award Winner. […]

Call for applications: Sessional Lecturer Position

The Department of English is requesting applications for a Sessional Lecturer for the academic year 2016-2017 to teach one 3-credit section of ENGL 312 “Discourse and Society,” an introduction to theories of language and culture, and to techniques for analyzing discourses in their social contexts. […]

The Garden Statuary: Thriving in Its 5th Year

The Garden Statuary: Thriving in Its 5th Year

The official English Undergraduate journal, The Garden Statuary, operated and peer-reviewed (largely by our Honours students and English Majors) and publishing both creative and academic work, continues to thrive online and in annual print versions.