Talks for Winter 2022
You can register through Eventbrite for this online event, here:
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Panel
with Yvette Nolan, Skye Brandon and Peter Robinson
Wednesday, Apr. 13
Free and open to the public
A new site, and a new performance space for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. Now, what are we going to put in it?
Fri, Jan 14
Peter Robinson, "Australian Outlaw Tales."
Fri, Feb 18
Jenna Hunnef (panel discussion), "A Tribute to Lee Maracle."
Fri, Mar 18
Kai Orca McKenzie, "Representations of Hunger in Canadian Trans and Two-Spirit Coming of Age Novels."
Yvette Nolan and Skye Brandon, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan panel, organized by Peter Robinson.
Reading, studying, and talking about literary works helps us to make sense of the world around us. Since 2012, the Department of English has sponsored its literature in the community series, Literature Matters, featuring talks about our research for the Saskatoon community. Presenters are members of the department, including professors, sessional lecturers, and graduate students. All events are held on Wednesdays between September and May at 7:30 p.m. in the social hall of Grace-Westminster United Church, 505-10th Street East, Saskatoon. Everyone is welcome.
Please note: For the Winter 2022 term, Literature Matters will be delivered on Zoom, with registration via Eventbrite.
For our upcoming Fall 2022 lectures, please watch for our Facebook and front page event postings for more detailed day/time information or contact email@example.com.