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Dr. Ajay Heble Wins Prestigious Killam Prize Worth $100,000!

Dr. Ajay Heble, faculty member in the School of English and Theatre Studies as well as the founding director of U of G's International Institute for Critical Improvisation has been awarded a 2023 Killam Prize, among the most distinguished research awards in Canada. 

To read more about this incredible achievement, read the U of G's news release.

Congratulations, Dr. Heble!

Amarllyis, written by Pascal Brullemans


Location: Arts Performance Theatre, Alumni Walk MacKinnon Building Guelph

Evening Performances: November 17, 18, 19 @7:30pm

Matinee Performance: November 19 @2pm

Director: Kim McLeod

Scenography: Troy Hourie & THST 3&4 Production Students


The Where From Here Conference

Where From Here (Sept 15th-16th) was an interdisciplinary conference that sought to engage the fractious, productive debates over nation & literature to ask what comes next for Canadian literary & cultural studies. Special thanks to Paul Barrett, Sarah Roger, the keynote speakers, the participants, & all the volunteers who helped ensure the two days were filled with such generative, engaging conversations, thought, & scholarship.