FYP Letters — A Feast In Your Honour

FYP Letters — A Feast In Your Honour

FYP Letters is a series of non-curricular notes to keep us in touch over the next days and weeks. They are a combination of original writings and archival ones, including some re-printed FYP News items. — Dr. Susan Dodd, Interim FYP Director.


Lisa Gregory: What you are about to hear…
Neil Robertson: FYP Director’s Introduction to our collective Final FYP lecture
Roberta Barker: Greetings from Dalhousie
President Lahey: Congratulations and FYP Essay Prize Winners
Christopher Snook: Gilgamesh, “our year-long journey”
Susan Dodd: Homer, “The grace of the witch”
Neil Robertson: Dante, “equity, diversity, inclusion”
Thomas Curran: Titian, “devoted to the service of art…in honour of Dr. Jannette Vusich”
Kyle Fraser: Mary Shelley, “monster as metaphor”
Michael Bennett: Plato and Nietzsche, “on pleasure”
Hilary Ilkay: Virginia Woolf, “the final note”
Hamza Karam Ally: T.S. Eliot, “revelations”
Daniel Brandes: T.S. Eliot, “fragments”
Judyta Frodyma: William Cronin, “Wilderness here and there”
Stephen Boos: Kent Monkman, “infiltrating the museum”
Susan Dodd: FYP Interim Director’s Conclusion, “a feast in your honour…”

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