Research Colleagues

Sarah Henzi
Assistant Professor, U de Montréal

Département de littératures et de
langues du monde
sal.henzi@umontreal.ca

Sarah Henzi is a settler scholar and Assistant Professor of Indigenous Literatures in the Département de littératures et de langues du monde at Université de Montréal. Her research focuses on Indigenous popular culture, futurisms, and new media, in both English and French.

 

Susan Glover
Associate Professor, Laurentian U

Dept. of English
sglover@laurentian.ca

 

 

 

Christine Bold
Professor, U of Guelph
School of English & Theatre Studies
cbold@uoguelph.ca
“Indigenous Modernities: The Secret History of Vaudeville, 1880s-1930s” contributes to the recovery of a long-neglected community of Indigenous performers, a number of whom were also writers. Working, as a non-Indigenous scholar, with Indigenous research consultants, theatre artists, and archival permissions, she aims to recirculate some of the vaudevillians' scripts and stories through this site, returning these voices to the company of their Indigenous peers. (Photo by Pete Smith, Courtesy Harry Ransom Center)

 

Carole Gerson
Professor, SFU

Dept. of English
gerson@sfu.ca

Carole Gerson (FRSC) was co-editor of volume 3 (1918-1980) of History of the Book in Canada / Histoire du livre et de l’imprimé au Canada, and has published extensively on Canada’s literary and cultural history with a focus on early Canadian women writers, including two books and many articles about E. Pauline Johnson.

 

Sara Humphreys
Assistant Teaching Professor, UVic

Dept. of English

 

Sophie McCall
Associate Professor, SFU

Dept. of English
smccall@sfu.ca

Settler scholar Sophie McCall’s main areas of research and teaching are Indigenous literatures and studies in Canada, contemporary Canadian literature, and studies in reconciliation and transitional justice. Her most recent publication, with co-editors Deanna Reder (Cree-Métis), David Gaertner, and Garbrielle L’Hirondelle Hill (Métis), is a critical reader of 47 Indigenous short stories and essays from the Americas, Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous Stories from Turtle Island (2017).

 

Sarah Henzi
Susan Glover
Christine Bold
Carole Gerson
Sara Humphreys
Sophie McCall