The grades are all posted on D2L and also with the Registrar. If you think there are any errors, please let me know. Next time I am on campus, I will put your essays in the Hum&Lang office to be picked up. You were a great class and I enjoyed our meetings. I hope you … More Adieu!


A little extra

Some links to do with tomorrows readings, in case any of you have some spare time: An annotated online edition of Thomas Gray’s poem “Poem of the week: ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard by Thomas Gray‘,” Carol Rumens, The Guardian, Jan. 17, 2011 “Poem of the week: ‘The Deserted Village by Oliver Goldsmith‘,” Carol … More A little extra

Be warned!

The British Apostrophe Protection society may have closed its doors, but its spirit lives on in your professors as they mark your papers. [Image from The Guardian]

2nd papers

Those who have not yet picked up their second essays may find them in the Hum&Lang office (HH100) on the shelves, in envelops with your names on them. Any questions or issues with the next paper, blog it or email me!


Here is the link to “Mapping Northanger Abbey,” the website I showed you last class. It is more or less finished, though there is always tinkering to be done. If you have any suggestions, comments, or questions, or find any typos (!!), I would be grateful if you would let me know either in person, … More StoryMap


I have uploaded, I believe, all the slides I have shown you, thus far, to D2L; if there are any that I have missed please let me know and I will add them. Each set of slides has been uploaded in three formats: Powerpoint, Keynote, and PDF. [Image: late-18th-c silhoutette]

PSA: Vote!

Here is an article from Samantha McCready at The Brunswickan, the UNBF student paper: “We have a voice and we can be heard”: Why the student vote matters” (Oct. 10, 2019). And here is Elections Canada information about voting: how to make sure you are registered, how to vote if you are away from home, … More PSA: Vote!