Transmissions – Graduate Student Lecture Series
The TransCanada Institute hosts a regular series of research papers presented by the graduate students at College of Arts, University of Guelph.
The goal of the series is to showcase and workshop innovative and exciting new research by graduate students in the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph; create a forum for intellectual dialogue across disciplines at the University of Guelph; and provide an oppurtunity for SETS graduate students and faculty to think aloud about the challenges facing the profession today. In addition to the open invitation to all faculty members, the Transmissions organizing committee may extend individual invitations to faculty members with expertise in the research areas to be discussed during a given session.
Anyone interested in presenting at an upcoming Transmissions session should email questions or a 200 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
Transmissions is organized by doctoral students affiliated with TransCanada Institute, in collaboration with and under the mentorship of TransCanada Institute’s Director.
Fall 2012 – Cameron Kroetsch, Shannon Maguire, Hannah McGregor
Fall 2011 – Hannah McGregor and Nicholas Murphy
Fall 2010 – Hannah McGregor and Jodie Salter
Fall 2007 – Spring 2010, Rob Zacharias
Transmissions Series Four
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Transmissions Series Three
Transmissions Series Two