UMoncton, MtA launch educational collaboration to challenge understanding of NB literature

The Université de Moncton and Mount Allison University have launched an educational collaboration that brings together professors from three disciplines to challenge students’ understanding of New Brunswick literature. Students enrolled in UMoncton’s Comparative Literature course taught by Dr Andrea Cabajsky, MtA’s English Literature class taught by Dr Andrea Beverley, and MtA’s French Literature course taught by Dr Kirsty Bell have come together to collaborate on group activities and initiatives. The course used avant-garde, Indigenous, queer, and other kinds of texts to challenge students to look for intersectionality within literature. The course included guest speakers to enhance student engagement and enable students to hear from different perspectives. MtA| UMoncton Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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