Celiese Lypka


Celiese  Lypka Title: Instructor


Celiese Lypka is a Métis scholar from Treaty 1 territory. She has a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Calgary, specializing in women’s writing, modernist literature, feminist and critical theory. She is a current SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at the University of Manitoba working on world making and identity politics in Métis women's writing.


Teaching Areas:
women’s writing, critical theory, 20th- & 21st-century British literature, Métis literature.



With David Sigler. “Time/frame: Rewriting the Mirror Stage in Lacan’s Anxiety Seminar.” English Studies in Canada. Forthcoming.

With David Sigler. “Sense and Incompossibility: The Baroque Jane Austen and Deleuze’s The Fold.” Rhizomes, vol. 33, 2018, 33 para.

“Modern Machines: Intersecting Public and Private Spheres in Mrs. Dalloway.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany, vol. 88, 2016, pp. 16–18.

Book Chapter

“Anxiety, Aliens, Alliance: Femininity and Affective Divergence.” Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Feminism: Alliances and Allies. Edited by Cheri Carr and Janae Sholtz, Bloomsbury Press, 2019.

Edited Special Issues

Editor and Introduction. “Virginia Woolf: Mobilizing Emotion, Feeling, and Affect.” Spec. Iss. of Virginia Woolf Miscellany, vol. 97, 2020.

Book Reviews

Review of Feminist Theory After Deleuze, by Hannah Stark. Deleuze Studies, 2019.

Extravagant Postcolonialism: Modernism and Modernity in Anglophonic Fiction 1958 -1988, by Brian T. May and Prose of the World: Modernism and the Banality of Empire, by Saikat Majumdar. ARIEL vol. 47.1–2, 2016, pp. 397–9.