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M.A. THESES COMPLETED SINCE 1995 Student Name

Title of Thesis

Supervisor

Danielle Wilson

“Maybe home is an uneasy place”: Dionne Brand’s Uneasy Home Spaces

Cynthia Sugars

2009

Jillian Richardson

"Marking Territory With London's East End: Arthur Morrison and the Imagination of Modern Borders"

Keith Wilson

2009

Rachel Conlon

“Muriel Spark’s Comic Manifesto:Wit as Weapon, Tool, and Cure”

Keith Wilson

2009

Tania Aguila-Way

“Returning the Gaze: Reappraisals of the Griersonian Documentary in Livesay and Marlatt”

Janice Fiamengo

2008

Matthew McDonald

“Publishing the Private: Romantic Productions of Literary Confessions”

Ina Ferris

2008

Rory Tanner

“Roger Crab and the Rhetoric of Reclusion”

Nicholas von Maltzahn

2008

Philippe Villeneuve

“Three Early Nabokov Novels”

David Rampton

2008

Siobhan Dunbar

“(Un)Silencing the Voices of the Country Girls: A Journey into Twenty-Century Irish Girlhood through the Fiction of Edna O’Brien”

David Jarraway

2008

Andrew Taylor

2008

David Jarraway

2005

Andrew Taylor

2004

Maxwell, Felicity

Dhrodia, Reshma

“Nicholas Love’s Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ: Continuity and Cultural Change” “Have You Met Miss Jones?: Feminism and Difference in the Bridget Jones Diaries”

Honeyman, Chelsea

Year

“Narrative Flexibility and Fraternal Preaching Technique in Three Canterbury Tales” Bird, Tanya

Evans, Richard

Moore, Marya

“Freedom and Storytelling in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of The Rings” “Queering Dixie: The Challenge of Social Norms in Contemporary Gay Fiction” “Graceful Communities, Eventually: An Exploration of the Relationship between Community and Grace in The Double Hook, Fugitive Pieces, The Shipping News, and Crackpot”

Dominic Manganiello

2003

David Jarraway

2003

Gerald Lynch

2003


Camp, Cynthia

MacNeil, Andrea

“As though thy song could search me and divine”: The Speaking Mother, the Child, and Intersubjectivity in Augusta Webster’s Mother and Daughter” “‘Moments of Being’ Elizabeth Dalloway: A Study of Virginia Woolf’s Daughter Figures”

Bianchi, Cristina

Mary Arseneau

2002

Don Childs

2002

David Jarraway

2002

David Jarraway

2002

Irene Makaryk

2001

Don Childs

2001

David Jarraway

2001

Keith Wilson

2000

Supervisor

Year

“(De)Constructing Identities: Race and Gender in Harlem Renaissance Women’s Writing” Lefevre, Jocelyn

Schagerl, Jessica

Mikkola, Cheryl

Clarkson, Ross

Malton, Sara

“Caught in the Mirror: The Intersection of ‘Cyborgs’ and ‘Serials’ in Fictional Representations of Postmodern American Techno-Culture “‘A Shakespearian View of It’: Shakespeare in Canada, 1848-1891" “‘The Representation of Female Violence in Joyce Carol Oates’s Later Fiction” “Community, Time and the Art of SelfDestruction in the Books of Jack Spicer” “Commanding Language: Linguistic

M.A. THESES COMPLETED SINCE 1995 Student Name

Title of Thesis Authority and Female Autonomy in Thomas Hardy’s Fiction”

Rosenthal, Ann

“Concepts of Marriage in the Fiction of Virginia Woolf, Nella Larsen, and Dorothy Allison

David Jarraway

2000

Georgekish-Watt, Jonathan

“The Queer Philosopher: Edmund White and the Technologies of the Self”

David Jarraway

2000

Conway, Brett

“Fighting Words: Trauma and Re-covery in / and the Discourses of Pugilism”

David Jarraway

1999

Simpson, Margo

The Anti-Modern Imagination: C. S. Lewis and The Cosmic Trilogy

David Jeffrey

1999

Timonen, Ann

The Power of Silence: The Question of Reserve in Four Victorian Novels

Ina Ferris

1999


Coltman, Caroline

The Redemptive Imagination: The Fiction of John Irving

David Rampton

1998

Meakin, Jonathan

Recovering Stephen Leacock: Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town and the Cultural Production of Value

Gerald Lynch

1998

Ross, Shannon

Exploring Elsewhere: The Politics of Honour in Aphra Behn’s Comic Drama

Irene Makaryk

1998

Howley, Ashton

Emerson and the Self-Denying/Self-Relying Character of New England Transcendentalism: Jonathan Edwards, Robert Frost and e. e. cummings

David Rampton

1997

Krans, Michael

Founding True North: Arctic Landscape in the Texts of the First Franklin Expedition

John Moss

1997

Richardson, Scott

Exile From the Actual: Delmore Schwartz and the Difficult Inheritance of T. S. Eliot

D. Manganiello

1997

Richardson, Julie

At a Loss for Words: Probing Subjectivity in Anne Sexton’s The Book of Folly

David Jarraway

1997

Donnelly, Philip

Stanley Fish on Augustine: ReaderResponse Theory as Rhetorical Faith

David Jeffrey

1996

Gullo, Frank

Wide Awake in America: The Emergence and Dissolution of American Ceremonial Rites of Passages

David Rampton

1996

Versifying “Vortex” and “Vast Profound”: M.A. THESES COMPLETED OR UNDERWAY SINCE 1995 Student Name

Title of Thesis

Supervisor

Year

Kotsovolos, Nastasia

Feminization and The Dunciad

Frans De Bruyn

1996

Leroux, Jean-François

Modernity After Holiness: Time and Its Other in the Writings of Melville and Victor-Lévy Beaulieu

C. La Bossière

1996

MacIntyre, Christine

Turn of the Century Canadian Women Writers and the ‘New Woman’

Lorraine McMullen

1996

Press, Karen

Lola Lemire Tostevin: A Canadian Becoming-Minor

John Moss

1996


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