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Drama professor Erica Stevens AbbittDrama professor Erica Stevens Abbitt, director of the Humanities Research Group, is one of the University personnel presenting at BookFest Windsor.

Literary festival to showcase UWindsor faculty and alumni

A number of University of Windsor instructors and graduates are among the featured authors and presenters during BookFest Windsor.

final issue of “Rampike” magazineThe final issue of “Rampike” magazine will enjoy a public launch October 16 at the Capitol Theatre.

Journal finale at heart of literary festival

The final issue of “Rampike” magazine will enjoy a public launch October 16 at the Capitol Theatre.

R.J. Reilly, who taught 20th century American and English literature at UWindsor in the early 1970s, has recently published both a collection of short stories and a novel – with four more ready for release.R.J. Reilly, who taught 20th century American and English literature at UWindsor in the early 1970s, has recently published both a collection of short stories and a novel – with four more ready for release.

Former English instructor launches literary career in his nineties

A former UWindsor English instructor who is now in his nineties has recently published both a collection of short stories and a novel 

English professor Dale Jacobs realized he could use his training in composition and rhetoric to think about comic books. English professor Dale Jacobs realized he could use his training in composition and rhetoric to think about comic books.

Comics, a medium that’s all grown up

The revival of comic books and graphic novels in the 21st century has seen the medium transition from a children’s pastime to a subject of academic study.

UWindsor’s first Cartoonist-in-Residence  Scott Chantler will take his post in September. UWindsor’s first Cartoonist-in-Residence Scott Chantler will take his post in September.

English Department colours outside the lines with Cartoonist-in-Residence Program

The English Department’s Writer-in-Residence program is shifting gears this fall with the introduction of UWindsor’s first Cartoonist-in-Residence, Scott Chantler, who will take his post in September. UWindsor is thought to be the first Canadian university to step into the realm of cartoon study with its Writer-in-Residence program.