Department of English Language and Literature

Department of English Language and Literature

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TONIGHT: Lynn Coady!

Oct 23, Public Lecture with Lynn Coady: "On Storytelling and Discomfort."

Oct 23, Public Lecture with Lynn Coady: "On Storytelling and Discomfort." ... View more

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CORAL talk! All welcome.

Aaron Kaiserman on "The Jew that Shakespeare Drew" Oct. 24, 11am. DT 1811.

Aaron Kaiserman on "The Jew that Shakespeare Drew" Oct. 24, 11am. DT 1811. ... View more

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Prof. Sarah Brouillette

Read about Prof. Brouillette's recent work on "Unesco and the Book"

Read about Prof. Brouillette's recent work on "Unesco and the Book" ... View more

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Meet our new Co-op blogger: Alicia Haniford

Are you a current or prospective English student interested in the Co-op Program option? Interested in finding out what it’s like to do a placement? Read on. . . . Alicia Haniford is a third-year English major who ended up in the Carleton co-op program when she accidentally picked up the... More

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Co-op Experience

Co-op Program for English Students

The Co-op Program in English is based on the principle that academic study combined with alternating work periods is an effective method of professional preparation. Co-op English students interested in careers in the Arts, government, or business will find opportunities to acquire work experience... More

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Collaborative MA in English and Digital Humanities

English, in conjunction with a new collaborating MA in Digital Humanities, offers a program designed to add value to the existing MA in English by offering courses focused on the rapidly growing field of digital humanities.  Applicants must already be enrolled in the MA in English and, upon... More

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Collaborative MA in English and African Studies

The collaborative master’s program with a specialization in African Studies is especially designed for current Carleton master’s students in participating programs like English who wish to enrich their training by developing expertise in the field of African Studies through interdisciplinary... More

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