Folk & fairy tales, social justice & feminism, vampires in popular culture, monstrosity in literature & film, science fiction & fantasy, young-adult literature, contemporary fairy tales, fairy-tale film, social media, television, film & pop culture
Gender, sexuality, texts, creative nonfiction, the novel, fiction, memoir, English literature, academic writing
Jewish Law and Ethics; Hebrew Bible; Rabbinic Judaism; Biblical Hebrew; Talmud; Midrash; Gender & Judaism
Victorian drama, Oscar Wilde, British culture, British children’s literature (fantasy), British royal family
Biography, Modernism, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Ezra Pound, Leonard Cohen, Philip Roth, Oriental Modernism
television, popular culture, women and popular culture, eighteenth-century theatre and fiction, eighteenth-century depictions of indigenous women
Indigenous knowledge and Aboriginal health, oral tradition and storytelling, Indigenous teacher education
English Renaissance and 17th century literature; English Reformation and church history; Edmund Spenser; Richard Hooker; John Donne; The Metaphysical Poets; John Milton; early modern devotional poetry and prose; T.S. Eliot; opera
Japanese literature, medieval Japanese history, women’s writing, Japanese women’s history, Japanese women’s education, travel writing, autobiography, diaries, wet nurses, narratology
First Nations and Indigenous (Aboriginal) literature, First Nations issues, gender and First Nations cultures, violence against Aboriginal women, prison writing in Canada.
Timothy Findley biography; representations of Canada in WWI and II; Malcolm Lowry Archives; Canadian literature and arts; the Canadian North; the visual arts; theatre; literature; Autobiography & Biography; Sharon Pollock; Canadian women’s writing including drama
Latin America, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Central America, Mexico, politics, political theory, cultural studies, literature, culture, film, history, the Left, revolution, revolutionary movements, populism, civil society, affect, habit, multitude, posthegemony, educational technology, blogs, Wikipedia
Catholic and American literature; Thomas Merton; Daniel Berrigan;Flannery O’Connor; Mary Gordon; Robert Lowell; Walker Percy.
Eighteenth Century, Romantic, Britain, Scotland, Home, Poverty, Novel, Poetry, Drama, Fiction, Domestic, Jane Austen, Walter Scott, Laurence Sterne, Henry Fielding, Gothic, Picturesque, Aesthetics
French culture; fashion and French culture; North American reception of French culture; French; teaching French in Canada and U.S.; French literature; European Studies.
Women filmmakers, Auteurship by women filmmakers, Margarethe von Trotta, Films by Margarethe von Trotta, Margaruerite Duras, Maya Deren, Representation of terrorism and media collusion in 1970s Germany, Second Language Acquisition for Adults, Program Development in Languages, Cultures & Travel, Non-credit university language programs,
German and Estonian; Theory; Figurational Sociology and Norbert Elias