“Murmurations at the Ends of the World”
2022 Brock University English Graduate Student Colloquium
Just as our world is filled with constant beginnings, so too are there endings—some mundane, some world-shaking. What do we do when we confront these endings, whether they be imposed by limitation of space and place, the mind, or time itself? How do we make sense of the constellations of subjectivities and ideas that make us who we are, and further, what do we do when they all fall apart?
Featuring English MA’s:
Emma D’Amico, Emily Franzo, Katrina Garofalo, Hugh Hunt, Burke MacGillivray, Derek Novosad,
Kira Robb, Nancy Shoalts, Alex Wedler, Genevieve Wilson, Maddie Young and
GPD Gale Coskan-Johnson
View the students projects below:
Making Kin: Collective Healing in The Overstory
Dreaming California: Style, Genre, and the Didion Gaze
Langtoft’s Chronical of England and Edward’s Colonial Agenda
Each year the Brock University English Language and Literature Graduate Program hosts a graduate student colloquium. This annual event invites graduate students to present their Masters Research Project. This year’s event will be held in a hybrid format where those who are unable to attend in person can visit the student virtually via TEAMS. Those who can attend in person can visit the student at Sankey Chambers.