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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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The Ever-Resilient Vipers: Exploitation and Empowerment in Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill Vol. I”- By: Emily Ferguson In Resilience & Melancholy: Pop Music, Feminism, Neoliberalism, Robin James names and defines the phenomenon by which hegemonic structures and their members…
“Glorious Works”: An Analysis of Creative Narcissism within John Milton’s Paradise Lost- By: Rebecca Dillon Havelock Ellis’s observation that “all creation is essentially an exercise of Narcissism” becomes especially intriguing when considering the representation of creation in…
Into the Dark: The Freeing Power of Darkness in Charlotte Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper”- By: Meghan Farbridge Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” is a tale of “female confinement and escape,” which depicts the narrator’s experience of a “nervous…
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Re-inscribing the Self in Genre: Patterns of Idiosyncrasy in the Modern Sonnet- By: Alicia Lapeña-Barry As a poetic form which occupies a significant amount of space in the English literary canon, the sonnet is a genre which…