More than 150 Master's and PhD students have successfully completed the programs of Theory and Criticism since its inception in 1992. A listing of all graduates and thesis titles can be found here.
Dustin Atlas (MA 2005): tenure-track appointment in Religious Studies department at University of Dayton, Ohio.
Jonathan Fardy (PhD 2014): tenure-track appointment in Art History at Idaho State University.
Kate Lawless (PhD 2014): tenure-track appointment as Assistant Professor in the Centre for Global Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Huron University College.
Svitlana Matviyenko (PhD 2015), tenure-track appointment as Assistant Professor, Critical Media Analysis, Simon Fraser University
John Vanderheide (MA 2002, PhD 2011): tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Huron University College.
Jakub Zdebik (MA 2002, PhD 2007): tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art History and Theory in the Visual Arts Department at the University of Ottawa.
Mary Bunch (MA 2002, PhD 2010) is holding her award at the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto, where she is working with the Centre's Director, Brenda Cossman.
Jason D'Aoust (PhD 2013) worked with Kiene Brillenburg-Wurth at The Research Institute for History and Culture and at the Universiteit Utrecht.
Christopher Langlois (PhD 2014) held an SSHRC fellowship through the Dept. of English at McGill University under the supervision of Martin Kreiswirth.
Emanuele Leonardi (PhD 2012) holds a post-doc position at the University of Coimbra, Portugal.
Claudie Massicotte (PhD 2013) worked at The University of California, Los Angeles, with Laure Murat in the Department of French and Francophone Studies.
Benjamin Woodard (PhD 2015), is holding a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Institut für Philosophie und Kunstwissenschaft at Leuphana University in Luneburg, Germany
Past Graduates - Where are they now?
Mark Asberg (MA 1999; PhD, 2008), Librarian in Calgary
Tim August (MA 2006), Asst. Prof. of Comparative Literature, SUNY-Stony Brook
Brock Baines (MA 2009), Doctoral student in Philosophy at the University of Oregon
Scott Bakker (MA 1997), Novelist, London ON
Nandita Biswas (MA 1996; PhD Toronto), Assoc. Prof. of Political Science, UWO
Keith Bresnahan (MA 2000; PhD York) Assoc. Prof. at OCAD
Brett Buchanan (MA 1999; PhD, De Paul), Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy and Director, School of the Environment, Laurentian Univ.
Christopher Bundock (MA 2005; PhD UWO), Visiting Asst. Prof., Huron University College
Fiona Coll (MA 2004), PhD Toronto, Asst. Prof. of English SUNY-Oswego
Shea Coulson (MA 2005), lawyer, Vancouver
Jason D'Aoust (PhD 2013), Affiliate Scholar at Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH; Administrative Director of Opera Cares Foundation, Montréal; Administrative Director of Sharon Azrieli Foundation for the Arts, Montréal; Founding Member, President, General Director of Ensemble Poiesis, Montréal
Andrea (Dumbrell) Charise (MA 2005; PhD Toronto), Asst. Prof. of Health Studies, Univ. of Toronto at Scarborough
Robert Diab (MA 1995; LL.B., LL.M., PhD (UBC)), Law Professor, Thomson Rivers University
Jason Dockstader (MA 2005; PhD 2009), Lecturer in Philosophy at Cork Univ., Ireland
Kane Faucher (PhD 2010), Asst. Prof., sessional, FIMS, UWO
Ariel Fuenzalida (PhD 2009), Part-time Professor at the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies, University of Ottawa; Contract Instructor for the Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University.
Amanda Grzyb (MA 1996; PhD Duke), Assoc. Prof., FIMS, UWO
Gordon Hughes (MA 1996; PhD Princeton), Mellon Asst. Prof. of Art History, Rice University
Mark Jull (PhD 2012), Lecturer, Dept. of Sociology, UWO
Lila Knighton (MA 2004), Private practitioner of clinical social work/ psychotherapist, Toronto and Hamilton
Josh Lambier (MA 2005) Director Public Humanities at Western
Christopher Langlois (PhD 2014), Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, St. Lawrence University, NY
Nathaniel Leach (MA 1999; PhD UWO), Assoc. Prof. and Chair of English Dept., Cape Breton Univ.
Gerald McKinley (MA 2008), Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anthropology Dept., UWO
Claudie Massicotte (PhD 2013), Adjunct Instructor of English at Young Harris College, Atlanta GA
Colin MacPherson (MA 1998), Chief, Dept. of Psychiatry, Quinte Health Care, Belleville
Cristian Melchiorre (MA 2003; PhD 2010), Therapist
Jonathan Murphy (MA 2004; PhD SUNY-Buffalo), Asst. Professor of English, Texas A & M International Univ.
Kimberley Olynyk (MA 1999), lecturer at Univ. of Winnipeg, Centre for Academic Writing and Dept. of English
David Patrick (MA 2001), General Practitioner, Guelph
Andrew Pendakis (MA 2003; PhD, McMaster), Asst. Prof. of English, Brock Univ.
James Penney (SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow 2002), Full Professor of Cultural Studies and French at Trent University
Laura Penny (MA 1998; PhD SUNY Buffalo), Writer and Asst. Professor, sessional, Univ. of King’s College, Halifax
Jeremy Proulx (MA 2004; PhD McMaster), Lecturer in Philosophy, Eastern Michigan University
John Sawicki (MA 1997), Editor, Irwin Law Inc.
Stephen Schryer (MA 1999; PhD, UC-Irvine), Assoc. Prof. of English at UNB
Adrian Sinclair (MA 2008), Instructor at CITYSTUDIO, Vancouver; Dir. of Engagement at Transformation Projects Inc.
Surti Singh (MA 2002; PhD De Paul), Asst. Prof. of Philosophy, American Univ. of Cairo
Heather Snell (MA 2000; PhD UWO), Assoc. Prof. of English, Univ., of Winnipeg
Kevin Spencer (MA 2009), Professor in the Dept. of English Language and Literature at Korea University;
Leonard Stan (SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, 2008-10), Asst. Prof., Dept. of Humanities, York University
Graeme Stout (MA 2000), Senior Lecturer and Film Studies Coordinator, Dept. of Cultural Studies and Comp. Lit., University of Minnesota (Twin Cities)
Dorian Stuber (MA 1999; PhD Cornell), Assoc. Prof. of English, Hendrix College
Grant Stirling (MA 1992; PhD York), Chief Development Officer, Sick Kids Foundation
Joshua Synenko (MA 2007), Assistant Professor (LTA) in Cultural Studies at Trent University
Imre Szeman (MA 1992; PhD Duke), CRC Dept. of English, U. of Alberta
Sarah Trimble (MA 2007; PhD McMaster), Assistant Professor, Women and Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto