Welcome to the Department of English and Drama. We offer three English programs that are the same as those on the St. George campus and three Drama programs unique to U of T Mississauga. Faculty expertise includes all literary forms; their historical, social and material contexts; literary and performance theory; theatre history; and creative writing. English and Drama is also the home of Canadian Studies at UTM.
|Stag and Doe: UTM playwright debuts first play at Blyth Festival|
|Theatre and Drama Studies Summer Newsletter [pdf] for 2014!|
|Announcing Theatre Erindale for 2014-15: “Lovers in a Dangerous Time”|
|Theatre Erindale Production Photos by Jim Smagata
|SHERIDAN-UTM STUDENTS WIN AWARDS IN UofT DRAMA FESTIVAL|
|Check out the first issue for the department's online journal of critical writing by students, With Caffeine and Careful Thought. Note that students do need to register (a brief and painless process) in order to view the journal.|
|Congratulations to Cherylann Cawthorn for being the recipient of the 2013 V.A. De Luca Book Prize for "Labelling 'Insanity' in How I spent My Summer Holidays by W. O Mitchell and Coming Through Slaughter by Michael Ondaatje", written for ENG353Y5Y, taught by Professor Brent Wood.
|Congratulations to Victoria MacFarlane for being the recipient of the 2013 Harold Sonny Ladoo Prize for Creative Writing for the submission of the novella/long story "Sparks Fly Up".
|Congratulations to Luke Sawczak for an Honourable Mention for the 2013 Harold Sonny Ladoo Prize for Creative Writing for the collection of poems entitled "Mississauga in Sepia."