Professor Sky Gilbert, School of English and Theatre Studies, is a teacher, writer, director, filmmaker. His current work includes teaching a class of undergraduate students about the pleasures and benefits of learning to write like Shakespeare.
On behalf of the School of English and Theatre Studies, congratulations to Megan Wilson who was among the top 25 in the SSHRC Storytellers competition. This is a tremendous honour. Megan, a research assistant on Mark Lipton's Privacy Stories, will enter the MA program in the Fall.
Mariah Hudec earned her BA (Hons) in History from Cape Breton University in 2013, and an MSc by Research in Scottish History from the University of Edinburgh in 2014.
Kent Smith earned a BAH (2014) and MA (2015) in English Literature, and is currently in his first year of the PhD program at the University of Guelph.
Professor Judith Thompson returned to Queen’s University on November 17 where she received an honorary degree.
Congratulations to Tony Berto whose play ROW was a winner in the Arch and Bruce Brown Playwriting Competition.