Recent Posts

New book co-edited by Dr. Laura Beard and featuring work by Dr. Joycelyn Moody

MLCS' Dr. Laura Beard is co-editor of the recently released book The Divided States: Unraveling National Identities in the Twenty-First Century which features a chapter by Dr. Joycelyn Moody.

The Transplanted Ironist

Iman Mersal’s feminism manifests not as a creed but as a tone, a disposition toward life and love.

Upcoming Event: Discussion with Dr. Iman Mersal

Join MLCS' Iman Mersal on Nov 29 for an online discussion of Mersal's new book, The Threshold.

She mostly hid her age at U of T. Now this 18-year-old has a master's degree

MLCS graduates Isabel Jewell and Sophia Jewell, 18 and 20 years old, recently graduated with master's degrees in Slavic languages and literatures from the University of Toronto.

MLCS Honors Meet and Greet

Join us on Thursday, November 17 from 2-4 pm for coffee, tea, treats, and conversation in the Arts Student Lounge.

Congratulations to Alla Nedashkivska!

MLCS' Alla Nedashkivska will be honoured as a local hero at an October 7 event.

Beautiful brain: exhibit illuminates the human connections behind neuroscience

Artists, scientists and people with lived experience of brain disease and mental health disorders contribute pieces reflecting their unique perspectives.

Upcoming information session

Learn more about studying abroad in La Rochelle, France.

Join us for Pizza, Pop & Translation!

Celebrate International Translation Day with games, activities, and free pizza and pop on Sept 29 from 4pm - 6:30 pm.

Comic Sans Art Gallery of Alberta Exhibition

Check out the Comic Sans exhibition from June 18 - October 2, 2022 at the Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA).

MLCS Students in Roger S. Smith Award Exhibition

Each student will have a poster about their research, that goes on display for one week in the Rutherford South Foyer between September 12 - 16.

Oleksandr Averbuch on poetry and the intercultural relations between Ukrainians and Jews

Oleksandr Averbuch, postdoctoral fellow in MLCS, discusses Ukrainian-Jewish literature with Oksana Lutsyshyna.

Congratulations to Tsugumi (Mimi) Okabe

Tsugumi (Mimi) Okabe is starting a new position as clinical assistant professor in the Asian Studies program at SUNY at Buffalo.

Congratulations to Jérémie Pelletier-Gagnon

Jérémie Pelletier-Gagnon, an interdisciplinary PhD in Digital Humanities and Comparative Literature, is starting a new position at the Université de l'Ontario français (French University of Ontario).

Arts Convocation 2022

Stories and highlights of students from the Faculty of Arts' convocating class of 2022.

Congratulations to Lily Foster

Congratulations to Lily Foster recipient of a grant from SLAM - University of Milan Language Centre.

DUSS UAlberta - Disrupted Ukrainian Scholars & Students Initiative

Support for Disrupted Ukrainian Scholars and Students (DUSS UAlberta Initiative) Launched at the University of Alberta

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