Our journal touches upon many themes in the Caribbean at large, and we hoped for its subject matter to have a resonance in the Caribbean and in the urban West, a difficult thing to balance. Aside from essays and poetry, the journal has in the past showcased paintings, installations, and other types of media. Stitching together a series of experiences, at once Caribbean-based and diasporic, may be a critical step towards re-shaping beliefs on both sides. A self-critical, cross-national quilt which addresses the ills of both worlds can go a long way to making them more inhabitable. We hope that our journal, and the essays found within it, has moved a step forward in doing this.
Records of Early English Drama Newsletter was published 1976-1997 by The Records of Early English Drama Project (REED), University of Toronto, in association with McMaster University. The Newsletter published documentary evidence of early drama, items on records research, and requests by scholars for information. In addition, calls for papers, conferences, and notices of recent publications were regularly listed.
REED Newsletter is succeeded by the peer-reviewed journal, Early Theatre: A Journal Associated with the Records of Early English Drama.
REED Newsletter is now freely available online using the search and browse tools on this page.
University of Toronto Art Journal
The University of Toronto Art Journal is a journal created and edited by graduate students in the Department of Art, University of Toronto. The interdisciplinary aim of the journal is reflected by the scope of the papers published, submitted by graduate students of art and art history as well as graduate students of departments including history, literary studies, museum studies, and cultural studies.
Women in Theatre
Women in Theatre is a bi-annual on-line open source professional journal that features the work of women theatre artists from six continents: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. The journal is published twice a year in April and October.
Our goals are to
- publicize the work of women theatre artists internationally
- encourage networking between women theatre artists
- provide opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Toronto to gain experience in researching, writing and editing articles for the journal
- fundraise for Gailey Road Productions (www.gaileyroad.com), a Canadian independent theatre company that features and promotes the work of women theatre artists.