Student profiles

MA students

Name
Anderson, Lucas
Bedard, Oliver
Bonney, Kaylyn
Boyko, Kira
Burgess, Olivia
Carelse, Michael
DeGaine, Lauren Elle
Doyle, Jennifer
Fontenot, Tyler
Fralick, Kaitlyn
Fukushima, Kailey
Graham, Ellen
Greene, Talia
Higgins, Stefan
Hill, Joanne
Howard, Ashley
Jenks, Adrianne
Karve, Ria
Liou, Yu-hsuan
Lopez-Segarra, Hector 
McBride, Matthew
Michalofsky, Jessica
Ogilvie, Deborah
Oliver, Sean
Ormiston, Ruth
Paterson, Darren
Poordakan, Farhad
Poulin, Aubry
Rizun, Hannah
Ryan, Faith
Simonson, Logan
Sourisseau, Hannah
Thibeault, Matthew
Thomas, Brooke
Usselman, Emma
Waddell, Ian
Yates, Quinton
Zabel, Jamie

PhD students

NameAreaContact
INTD
Open scholarship, open access, digital humanities
PhD Candidate
English
Post-apocalyptic, dystopic, speculative, and science fiction, contemporary cli-fi, 20th and 21st century American and British prose fiction, metamodernism, posthumanism, ecocriticism, reconstructive approaches to history, political and cultural theory, climate change, ruined islands.
Alumna
Office: Sedgewick Bldg, Rm B108
English
Early Canadian literature and culture, performance studies, pedagogy
PhD Candidate
English
Contemporary Canadian Literature Speculative and Science Fiction Gender and Technology Studies Space/Place Studies Special Interest Authors: Margaret Atwood, Ursula K. le Guin, Ethel Wilson
PhD Candidate
English
early modern literature; Shakespeare; reformation theology and controversy; soteriology; the Bible and literature
PhD Candidate
English
Victorian literature; nineteenth-century literature; literature and religion; biblical criticism; hermeneutics
PhD Candidate
English
Science and Technology Studies, Critical Technical Practice, Network Protocols, Algorhythmics.
PhD Candidate
English
early modern literature, geospatial humanities, community mapping, software prototyping, open scholarship
PhD Candidate
English
Canadian literature; poetics; criticism; cultural history; editing.
PhD Candidate
English
Victorian fiction, nineteenth-century British fiction, monster narratives, the literary vampire.
PhD Student
English
Material textuality; Legal manuscripts; Medieval literature; Law and/in literature; Quantitative Humanities; Digital Humanities; Public Humanities.
PhD Candidate
English
Discourse analysis and rhetoric; animal studies; environmental humanities; 19th C American literature, poetry, and letters; literature of the American West; political and cultural theory; philosophy and literature; continental philosophy; genealogy; neoliberalism; biopolitics; parrhesia
Alumnus
Office: CLE D328
English
Victorian literature and culture; Victorian poetry and poetics; verse novels; nineteenth-century feminism; women writers; libraries and archives; digital scholarship
Alumna
English
postcolonial theory, global literature, settler colonial studies, indigenous studies.
PhD Student
English
Victorian literature, 19th-century British fiction, garden spaces, garden design and landscape history, children's literature, the novel
PhD Candidate
English
20th-Century U.S. Literature; Disability Studies; Animal Studies; Affect Studies; Biopolitics
Alumnus
Office: CLE D328
English
Literature and philosophy, 20th/21st century fiction, aesthetics, modernism/postmodernism, romanticism, continental/analytic philosophy, literature and neoliberalism, irony theory, theories of the avant-garde, theories of affect.
Alumnus
Office: CLE D328
English
Literary Studies-Jane Austen, narratology, the Romantic novel, women writers,Print Culture-edition building, history of copyright, Romantic-era manuscript culture,Digital Humanities- digital pedagogy, distant reading, network theory, stylometry, text encoding.Open Social Scholarship- group dynamics, online learning environments, social annotation
PhD Candidate
English
DH, TEI guidelines, digital editing, toponyms (place names), narratologies, historiographies
PhD Student
English
20th century British literature, modernism, critical theory
PhD Candidate
English
Literary modernism; aesthetics; form; anaesthesia; numbness; medical humanities
PhD Student
English
British Romantic literature, Gothic literature, literature and economics, women’s writing, book history, digital humanities, Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Scottish studies, digital editions, text analysis, web ontologies
PhD Candidate
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