About

IDIOM: English Undergraduate Academic Journal was founded in 2006 as the University of Toronto’s only journal of literary criticism written by undergraduate students. The purpose of IDIOM is twofold: 1) to recognize and showcase the scholarly achievements of the University of Toronto’s undergraduate literature students; and, 2) to provide the English undergraduate community with exemplars of high-quality academic work and writing. The Focus of IDIOM is scholarship on the texts and contexts of literature and literary studies.

We welcome essay submissions from any undergraduate student currently enrolled at the University of Toronto. Please see the “Submit” page for details.

IDIOM is the official undergraduate academic journal for the Department of English and is published under the jurisdiction of the English Students’ Union.

EDITORIAL BOARD 2016-2017

Victoria Evangelista, Editor-in-Chief

Maria Al-Raes, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Dina Ginzburg, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Benjamin Rabishaw, Managing Editor

Lola Borissenko, Associate Editor

Eden Church, Associate Editor

Emma Duffee, Associate Editor

Shrikha Khemani, Associate Editor

Leyland Rochester, Associate Editor

Shir Zisckind, Associate Editor

Elena Matas, ESU-IDIOM Liaison

EDITORIAL BOARD 2015-2016

Grace Gesualdo, Editor-in-Chief

Victoria Evangelista, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Mitch Cram, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Edward Sakowsky, Managing Editor

Maria Al-Raes, Associate Editor

Lola Borissenko, Associate Editor

Leelan Farhan, Associate Editor

Dina Ginzburg, Associate Editor

Ira Halpern, Associate Editor

Kary Cozens, ESU-IDIOM Liaison

EDITORIAL BOARD 2014-2015

Halyna Chumak, Editor-in-Chief

Grace Gesualdo, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Lauren Peat, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Charles Dalrymple-Fraser, Managing Editor

Martina Bellisario, Associate Editor

Mitch Cram, Associate Editor

Victoria Evangelista, Associate Editor

Ira Halpern, Associate Editor

Austin Washburn, Associate Editor

Nicholas Morra, ESU-IDIOM Liaison

EDITORIAL BOARD 2013-2014

Camille Viva, Editor-in-Chief

Halyna Chumak, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Sarah Iaconis, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Jingwei Chen, Managing Editor

Robert Frost, Associate Editor

Grace Gesualdo, Associate Editor

Lauren Peat, Associate Editor

Daisy Qin, Associate Editor

Nicholas Reynolds, Associate Editor

Ivana Tanzini, Associate Editor

Nicholas Morra, ESU-IDIOM Liaison 

EDITORIAL BOARD 2012-2013

Simon Bredin, Editor-in-Chief

Camille Viva, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Jingwei Chen, Managing Editor

Rida Ali, Editor

Emma Best, Editor

Halyna Chumak, Editor

Sarah Iaconis, Editor

Daisy Qin, Editor

Nicholas Reynolds, Editor

Ivana Tanzini, Editor

EDITORIAL BOARD 2011-2012

Zalika Reid-Benta, Editor-in-Chief

Simon Bredin, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Camille Viva, Associate Editor

Kate Fane, Associate Editor

Ivana Tanzini, Associate Editor

Daisy Qin, Associate Editor

Ami Xherro, Publicist

Jingwei Chen, Managing Editor

Prerana Das, Lay-Out Editor

EDITORIAL BOARD 2010-2011

Siobhan DaSilva, Editor-in-Chief

Zalika Reid-Benta, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Simon Bredin, Associate Editor

Mike Kryluk, Associate Editor

Julia Lewis, Associate Editor

Inna Rasitsan, Associate Editor

Camille Viva, Associate Editor

Patricia Riotte, Publicist

Jenny Porter, Managing Editor

Shannon Garden-Smith, Lay-Out Editor

EDITORIAL BOARD 2009–2010

Amanda Lord, Editor-in-Chief

Marie Nutter, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Meghan Parker, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Zalika Reid-Benta, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Anne Song, Associate Editor

Simon Bredin, Associate Editor

Siobhan DaSilva, Associate Editor

Julia Lewis, Managing Editor

Natalia Banoub, Publicist

EDITORIAL BOARD 2008–2009

Misha Teramura, Editor-in-Chief

Victoria Woolner, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Amanda Lord, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Marie Nutter, Associate Editor

Meghan Parker, Associate Editor

Anne Song, Associate Editor

Zalika Reid-Benta, Managing Editor

For more information, please contact idiom.journal(at)gmail.com

Keywords: IDIOM, UofT, University of Toronto, English, undergraduate, academic, journal, literature, literary criticism

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