department of english theatre film and media News Archive
March 22, 2022 —
The University of Manitoba Theatre program is gearing up to present their final mainstage show of the 2021-22 season – Arcadia by English playwright Tom Stoppard. Catch this student production March 30 to April 3.
February 28, 2022 —
Enjoy livestream midday recitals, cheer on the Bisons track and field team, learn how water purification is sustained in the Climate Series Webinar, and more
January 31, 2022 —
Ariel Gordon is the newest Writer-In-Residence at The Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture (CCWOC) at the University of Manitoba. Gordon will work with students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the public from February to April 2022.
October 6, 2021 —
The Faculty of Arts welcomes several new members with appointments beginning July 1, 2021.
September 10, 2021 —
Frances Koncan [BA/2010] is the newest Writer-In-Residence at The Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture (CCWOC) at the University of Manitoba. Koncan will work with students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the public from September to December 2021.
March 5, 2021 —
Are you a current Arts student or thinking about becoming one? Are you still deciding what to choose as your major? Or, are you already wondering what to do after graduation? If any of this sounds like you, you’ll want to attend the Discover Your Future in Arts series to see how earning a Bachelor of Arts degree can lead to an exciting career.
January 22, 2021 —
Katherena Vermette is the newest Writer-In-Residence at The Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture (CCWOC)
January 18, 2021 —
Alumnus and UM instructor's novel about a Marvel supervillain has received a lot of attention around the globe for its focus on a character that may soon burst onto the silver screen
December 9, 2020 —
You could just read about English coffeehouses that began opening up in the 1600s. But wouldn’t it be more enriching to live it?
The Conversation: First World War poet Wilfred Owen, treated for shell shock, carried readers into the horror of war
November 6, 2020 —
Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est' has an unambiguous anti-war message, and it works skillfully to immerse the reader in a subsuming, visceral representation of the lived experience of the frontline soldier