Andrew Burke, Associate Professor
Areas: Victorian literature and culture; contemporary British literature and culture; critical and cultural theory; film studies
Brandon Christopher, Assistant Professor
Areas: Early modern literature and culture, early modern drama (esp. Shakespeare), textual history, early theories of information
Paul DePasquale, Associate Professor
Areas: Aboriginal studies; Aboriginal literature; early modern colonial literature; historical approaches to literature; cultural materialism; cultural studies
Murray Evans, Professor
Areas: Medieval literature, manuscript studies, children's literature, Coleridge, sublime theory
Naomi Hamer, Assistant Professor
Areas: Children's and adolescent literature; picture books, film and the visual cultures of young people; New Literacies and trans-media storytelling; cultural theory and audience studies.
Catherine Hunter, Professor
Areas: Creative Writing; contemporary Canadian poetry and fiction.
Zbigniew Izydorczyk, Professor
Areas: Medieval religious literature (OE, ME, Latin, Polish); New Testament apocrypha; manuscript studies (writing technologies, textual practices); textual criticism; translation theory and practice (medieval and modern).
Karen Malcolm, Associate Professor
Areas: Linguistics (communication linguistics and phasal analysis), language and culture, stylistics.
Peter Melville, Associate Professor
Areas: Romanticism, critical theory.
Heather Milne, Assistant Professor
Areas: Queer literature and culture, feminist theory, women and literature, Canadian literature, poetics.
Kathryn Ready, Assistant Professor
Areas: British eighteenth-century and Romantic literature.
Mavis Reimer, Professor
Areas: Theories of children's literature and culture, Canadian children's literature, Victorian culture.
Candida Rifkind, Associate Professor
Areas: Canadian literature; modernism; reading publics; graphic novels.
Deborah Schnitzer, Professor
Areas: transformative, experiential, and popular education.
Heather Snell, Assistant Professor
Areas: Postcolonial, cultural, and globalization studies.
Margaret Sweatman, Assistant Professor
Areas: Creative writing; Canadian literature; the short story; the novel; poetry.
Catherine Tosenberger, Assistant Professor
Areas: Children's and adolescent literature and culture, folklore, fandom studies, new media
Alden Turner, Department Chair
Areas: Literature and film; screenwriting; early North American literatures and cultures.
Kathleen Venema, Associate Professor
Areas: Canadian literature and culture, especially early Canadian literature and culture; historiographical Canadian texts; life writing; literatures of peace and war.
Jenny Wills, Assistant Professor
Areas: American literature and culture; race and ethnicity; transnational and diasporic studies; the politics of identity; genre fiction.
Doris Wolf, Assistant Professor
Areas: Canadian literature; German-Canadian literature; Aboriginal children's literature; feminist and cultural materialisms; sociology of culture; literary history.