Education: BA, MA, Cambridge; MA, Western; PhD, Queen's
Collecting; cultural memory; heterotopia; museums, archives, interarts; migration of concepts across disciplines.
Books: A Certain Difficulty of Being: Essays on the Quebec Novel (McGill-Queen's, 1990); co-author, Peter Greenaway: Architecture and Allegory (Academy, 1997); editor, Literature and Science (Rodopi, 1994), Literature and Money (Rodopi, 1993), Literature and the Body (Rodopi, 1992), Prefaces and Literary Manifestoes (Alberta, 1990), Writing Quebec (Alberta, 1988), Problems of Literary Reception (Alberta, 1988). In progress, In Praise of Dirt: Michel Tournier and the Critique of Modernity; Time's Shipwreck: Negotiating Material Memory.
- Christopher Shaw: The Mouse That Roared: Information Theory and the Clinamen, MA thesis, 2008
- Dana Broadbent: Outside of All Places?, MA thesis, 2004
- Fiona Coll: Writing Without Authority in the Practice of Everyday Life, MA thesis, 2004
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