Honours Colloquium: Friday, February 15. 1:00 p.m.

The Mount English program gives its honours students the unique opportunity to do a full-year course of independent research under the supervision of a faculty member. Students develop their own research topics and then write a thesis, which is a major piece of scholarship in several chapters. Along the way, these students present their work to faculty and any interested students at the annual Honours Colloquium. All are invited to attend this year’s event on Friday, February 15 at 1:00 p.m. in Seton 404, where you can hear the following:

  • Jessalyn Burke: “Portraits of Death: The Gothic in Harry Potter
  • Courtney Church: “Is There Room Enough for Two? Surveillance and Identity Within the Room in Paul Auster’s City of Glass.”
  • Krista Hill: “The Crawling Dead: Abjection and the Monstrous Womb in The Walking Dead
  • Kae-Lin Larder: “Taming Kate in Hollywood: Shakespeare’s Shrew on Screen.”

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