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Research Supervisors

Name Research Interests
Al-Kassim, Dina postcolonial , anti-colonial, feminist, queer theory, psychoanalysis, subjectivity, comparative literature: Arabic, English, French
Anger, Suzy Victorian Literature, Literature and Philosophy, Victorian Literature and Psychology, Victorian Literature and Science, Hermeneutics
Antwi, Phanuel critical black studies; settler colonial studies; black Atlantic and diaspora studies; Canadian literature and culture since 1830; critical race, gender, and sexuality studies; and material cultures;
Arnovick, Leslie Katherine Oral tradition, business and technical writing, history and structure of the English language, linguistics
Badir, Patricia Medieval and reformation dramatic entertainment
Briggs, Marlene war and conflict; cultural transmission and reception of the First World War (1914-1918) in modern and contemporary British literature
Brinton, Laurel Modern English Grammar, History of the English Language, English Usage, English Dictionaries, Pragmatics of English, Discourse Markers, Language Change, Computers and Language Study, History of English
Burgess, Miranda British and Irish Romanticism, riparian and oceanic studies, poetics, history of media and mediation, history of feeling (affect, emotion, sensation), history of literary form
Cavell, Richard Anthony media studies, media theory
Chapman, Mary Ann Social Networks, American Literature, Asian American Literature, Asian Canadian Literature, Suffrage
Dalziel, Pamela Victorian-literature, Victorian-culture, visual-representation, illustration, gender-studies, religion, interdisciplinary-studies, textual-criticism, scholarly-editing, Thomas-Hardy, Charles-Dickens, George-Eliot
Dancygier, Barbara Linguistics, grammar
De Villiers, Jessica Linguistics
Deer, Glenn discourse studies, the rhetoric of power in narrative fiction, and postmodernism and Canadian Literature
Dick, Alexander British Romanticism, Scottish Enlightenment, Literature and Economics, Literature and the Environment, Literature and Science, Scottish Literature
Dollinger, Stefan
Earle, Bo British Romanticism, Critical Theory, Philosophy and Literature
Echard, Sian History of the book, Medieval literature, Arthurian literature, Anglo-Latin literature, Manuscript studies
Frank, Adam Nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, media, and poetics, science and technology studies, theories and histories of affect and feeling, rhetoric of science
Guy-Bray, Stephen Renaissance poetry
Hill, Ian rhetoric, persuasion, argumentation, technology, weapons, interrogation, political economy, war rhetoric, conflict rhetoric, dissent, mass movements
Hodgson, Elizabeth English Renaissance
Hudson, Nicholas James social class, studies of race, studies of language, literature and history
Justice, Daniel Aboriginal, First Nations, Metis, Indigenous, Aboriginal literature, Aboriginal cultures, Aboriginal history, Aboriginal Studies, First Nations Studies, badgers, animal studies, cultural studies, GLBT issues, Queer Studies, sexuality, First Nations Studies Program, Indigenous Literature and Expressive Culture
Kesler, Roland Lincoln First nations
Kreisel, Deanna Victorian literature, 19th-century British literature, George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, feminist theory, Victorian literature and culture
Kroller, Eva-Marie Canadian literature, comparative literature, travel writing, cultural semiotics (for example, the new Canadian embassy in Berlin)
Lee, Christopher Asian North American literatures and cultures, Asian diaspora studies, American Studies, race and ethnicity, aesthetic philosophy, critical theory
MacKenzie, Scott Eighteenth Century British Literature, British Romantic Literature, Prose Fiction, Poetry, Scotland, Jane Austen, Walter Scott, James Hogg, Laurence Sterne, Henry Fielding, Ann Radcliffe, Gothic, Picturesque, Aesthetics, Home/Domesticity, Poverty, Scarcity, Ecologies, Political Economy, Edmund Burke, Animal Studies, Literary Theory
Mackie, Gregory Victorian Literature, drama, and book history
McNeilly, Kevin Literary theory, music history
Moss, Laura Public poetry, public policy, strategic nationalism
Mota, Miguel Post-1945 British literature, print culture
Nadel, Ira Bruce Biography, the Victorians and such Modernists as Joyce, Pound and Beckett
Nardizzi, Vincent Renaissance literature , ecotheory, queer and disability studies
Paltin, Judith Modernist Studies, Cultural Theory, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Pareles, Marissa
Partridge, Stephen Middle Ages
Rouse, Robert medieval, crusades, Chaucer, middle ages, monsters, medieval islam, medieval maps, medieval sexuality, spatial theory, historical racism, medieval law, arthurian literature, , Medieval romance, English national identity
Rymhs, Deena First Nations and Indigenous (Aboriginal) literature, First Nations issues, gender and First Nations cultures, violence against Aboriginal women, prison writing in Canada., Indigenous writing and art, Canadian literature and criticism, spatial theory, mobility and gender
Segal, Judy Public discourse and personal experience(health and illness)
Severs, Jeffrey postmodern and contemporary U.S. fiction; Thomas Pynchon, David Foster Wallace, and John Edgar Wideman;
Tomc, Sandra Nineteenth-century US literature, twentieth- century US entertainment and film, gothic literature and film, screenwriting, affect and psychoanalytic theory, fear and horror, film and image theory
Troeung, Y-Dang
Vessey, Mark classical/Christian literary culture in late antiquity; European Renaissance; church fathers (i.e. Augustine, Jerome); Erasmus; bible and book history, Biblical and classical traditions, very early Latin middle ages, intellectual history, 16th century English literature, history of books
Weir, Lorraine Indegenous studies
Wong, Danielle
Zeitlin, Michael American literature, twentieth century and contemporary, Faulkner, Psychoanalysis, Vietnam, the Gulf, Iraq, Afghanistan