Seminar on zombie and vampire literature

Amidst this year's celebrations of the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein's publication, AU's MAIS program, together with Empire State College in New York, is offering a seminar on zombie and vampire literature in the upcoming Fall 2018 semester. AU's Dr Mark A. McCutcheon and Empire State College's Dr Dana Gliserman-Kopans will team-teach a course they've designed and called The … [Read more...]

New Course: Creating Life Histories

Creating Life Histories, Athabasca University, #AthaU, AU, Memoir, Oral History, Autobiography, research, recording, life history, ethics, reflection, individualized study, MAIS, MA-IS

This is the course graduate students have asked for — if you are a student in Writing and New Media, Heritage and Social History, or Cultural Studies, this course is for you! Writing and New Media 605: Creating Life Histories Opening in June, WRNM 605: Creating Life Histories, focuses on the methodologies of oral history, memoir and autobiography. It examines the processes of … [Read more...]

Exciting new graduate course with a famous author

Indigenous Course Athabasca University

Join us this fall for an exciting opportunity to take MA-IS 752, a graduate seminar taught for the Master of Arts-Integrated Studies (MA-IS) by internationally known Canadian poet and author Di Brandt. “Poetry and Drama of the Canadian Prairies and the North” addresses an extraordinary collection of exciting, challenging, inspiring, beautiful, diverse works by Aboriginal and … [Read more...]

The Digital Nexus

An exciting new book called The Digital Nexus: Identity, Agency, and Political Engagement has just been published by AU Press. Edited and introduced by MA-IS professor, Dr. Raphael Foshay, this cutting-edge set of reflections emerged from a symposium of the same name, hosted by the MA-IS Program. More than a half-century ago, in The Gutenberg Galaxy (1962), Marshall McLuhan noted … [Read more...]