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Student Projects

In addition to developing excellent written and verbal skills through essays and presentations, students taking English courses at Ryerson have many opportunities to fulfill course requirements through assignments that allow creative expression and encourage work in digital and other media. Here are just a few examples of course work students have produced in recent years.

View work by the following courses: 

ENG 503: Science Fiction

Creative assignments in image, word and text by undergraduate students. 


ENG 633: 19th Century Literature and Culture 
ENG 222: Fairy Tales and Fantasies

Children's Literature Archive Project Gallery

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LM8942: 19th Century Visual Culture 

Creative assignments in image, word, and text by graduate students

The artworks in this online exhibition were created by the LM8942 class, Modernity and the Visual: Nineteenth-Century Image and Text, taught by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra.

Each artwork takes as its starting point a nineteenth-century verbal text (poetry or prose) and creates an interpretative visualization of it, using a variety of media and methods.

Each work is accompanied by an Artist's  Statement articulating the rationale behind the choices of text, layout, illustration, typography, and media.