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Call for Submissions!

The Channel Undergraduate Review is looking for student academic papers to publish online!

The deadline for submissions for online publication is Sunday, March 10th.

The Channel accepts submissions of essays written by students in the English Department across all three streams – English Literature, Theatre, and Cultural Studies – for a 300 level or higher class, which have received an A- or higher. Essays from the Winter 2018 semester and summer courses are eligible for submission in addition to essays written during the current, 2018-19 academic year.
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“She Ever Fed it with Thin Tears:” The Convergence of Necrophilia and Nurturing in Keats’ “Isabella”- By: Julien Gagnon The thematic dynamics at play between life and death, and especially the inevitable convergence of these apparent binaries, are evoked by likening…
Staging the Revolution: 1970s Québecois Feminist Theatre- By: Sophie Brzozowski The 1970s in Quebec were characterized by a sentiment of rebellion and empowerment amongst francophone Québecois, who had harbored resentment toward Canadian…
Representations of Temporality in the Narrative of the Fragmenting Family- by Ronny Litvack-Katzman James Merrill’s The Broken Home and Michael Ondaatje’s Letters & Other Worlds both cast doubt upon the idea of a perfect family.…
‘Otherness’ Reinforced through Queer Temporality: A Queer Reading of “Drown” and “Quarantine:”- by Sanjna Navani Temporality is “a mode of implantation through which institutional forces come to seem like somatic facts”; in heteronormative society, these forces “are…