Students very active at Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences!

Terrance McDonald, Malcolm Matthews, Andrew McEwan, and Julia Polyck-O’Neill will be presenting their research at the upcoming congress of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences at Ryerson University. Details below.


Terrance McDonald will present the paper “Cowboy Stories: Cinematic Influences on the Narrative Structures of the Western Media Genre” on  May 27 at the annual meeting of the Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC).

Malcolm Matthews will present the paper “Why Sheldon Cooper Can’t Be Black: A Visual Rhetorical Analysis of the Portrayed ‘Autism Aesthetic on May 28 at the annual meeting of the Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC).


Andrew McEwan will present the paper “Stuck Poetics: Post-Recession Positions of Depression in Canadian Poetry” at the annual meeting of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE) on May 29.

Julia Polyck-O’Neill will present the paper “Feminist Digital Media Poetics and Non-Dualistic Thought: Conceptualism, Electronic Literature, and Language as Affective Object” at the annual meeting of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE) on May 30.

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