Professor M.J. Kidnie wins prestigious 2013-14 OCUFA Teaching Award!
Gary Barwin is this year’s Writer-in-Residence.
Steven Slowka is this year’s Student Writer-in-Residence.
We are inviting all creative writers to contribute their work in a public performance project that will reclaim the Corridor of Excellence as a space for promoting the Arts and Humanities. Read more.
Read more about the Alice Munro Chair in Creativity.
Professor Julia Emberley's study of The Testimonial Uncanny: Indigenous Storytelling, Knowledge, and Reparative Practices has just been published. This book, which is her fourth, explores Indigenous literary and artistic practices from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, with a focus on the ways Indigenous storytelling discloses and repairs the traumatic impact of social violence in settler colonial nations.