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Interview with Trent Alumni Affairs Communications Coordinator: Donald Fraser

Hi Public texts comrades! As we move into the second reading week of the year (it’s February already?!) those of us that are in the MRP or Internship stream of the program need to start thinking about what we intend to do after graduation, especially if our career aspirations are outside the realm of academia. […]

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Blogosphere, meet Lewis.

Hey everyone! My apologies for the lengthy absence, I hope you guys weren’t too distraught. I’ve actually been pretty busy; I’m no longer in Peterborough, as I’ve started the Creative Book Publishing portion of my degree at Humber College. It’s intense, but I’m loving it—I really feel like I’ve started the “grown up” part of […]

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Blogosphere, meet Kelly :)

It’s time for Round 3 of the Public Texts personality profiles, and this time I’ve invaded the privacy of none other than my supervisor, Kelly McGuire. I was pretty excited to see Kelly’s answers, because she’s honestly one of the sweetest, most playful and thoughtful people that I’ve had the privilege of working with. She’s […]

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Blogosphere, meet Mike!

Oh hey internet, remember that time I said I wanted to showcase the personalities of Trent’s English MA Public Texts faculty, and then I did by asking my professor a bunch of questions which demonstrate my lack of boundaries? Well I did it again, and this time I’d like to thank Dr. Michael Epp for […]

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Blogosphere, meet Zailig.

When I was applying to different graduate programs, I spent a lot of time scrolling down various English Department Faculty web pages trying to figure out if these were the kind of people that I wanted to spend the next year and a bit learning from, looking up to, researching with, hysterically weeping in front of whilst […]

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Originally posted on The Expendable Citizen:
I am going to be publishing a version of my lecture notes for a theory course as blog posts, because, let’s face it, the writing style for blogs is more entertaining than academic writing and it’s vastly easier to include images and video in this space than in, for…

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