D.M.R. Bentley, Curriculum Vitae

(Updated: 16 September, 2013)

CONTENTS:

I. Personal

II. Education and Employment

III. Scholarships, Distinctions, Honours, Fellowships

IV. Membership of Professional Societies and Groups

V. Teaching

VI. Research Grants

VII. Consultantships

VIII. Publications

IX. Editorial Work

X. Papers and Lectures Presented

XI. Work in Progress

XII. Administrative Contributions

XIII. Community Service

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I. PERSONAL:

NAME: David Michael Reid Bentley

DEPARTMENTAL ADDRESS:

Department of English

University College

Western University

London, ON, N6A-3K7

Canada

TELEPHONE:  519-661-2111 x85813

FAX:  519-661-3776

E-MAIL:  dbentley@uwo.ca

WEBSITE: www.canadianpoetry.ca

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II. EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT:

i. SCHOOLS:

Kitale School, Kenya

Shawnigan Lake School, British Columbia

ii. UNIVERSITIES:

University of Victoria, B.A. (Honours English) (1964-69)

University of Paris (Sorbonne); Certificat de Langue Française (Summer 1969)

Dalhousie University, M.A. (1969-70)

University of London, King’s College, Ph.D. (with distinction) (1970-74)

Carleton University M.A. (Canadian Studies) (1974-75)

iii. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:

(a) General:

Victorian literature and art

Canadian literature and culture

Editing

(b) Particular:

Pre-Raphaelite poetry and painting

Canadian literature and ecology

Canadian literature and social memory

Canadian literature and architecture

Canadian literature and economics

iv. APPOINTMENTS:

University of London, Goldsmiths’ College, Lecturer, Spring, 1974

Carleton University, Teaching Fellow, 1974‑75

University of Western Ontario, 1975 – current

v. PROMOTIONS:

1 July, 1978, Associate Professor with tenure

1 July, 1983, Professor

April 2007, Distinguished University Professor

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III. SCHOLARSHIPS, DISTINCTIONS, HONOURS, FELLOWSHIPS:

i. GENERAL:

Government of British Columbia First Class Scholarship, 1964

Dalhousie University Graduate Fellowship, 1969‑70

Joseph Howe Poetry Prize, Dalhousie University, 1970

Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship, 1970‑74

Fellow, The Royal Society of Arts, 1974

Carleton University Graduate Fellowship, 1974‑75

Carleton University Teaching Assistantship, 1974‑75

Faculty of Arts Research Professorship, 1989-90 (declined)

Research Visitorship in Canadian Studies, University of Ottawa, October 1995

W.C. Desmond Pacey Memorial Lecturer, University of New Brunswick, 1997-98

Ogden Glass Lecturer, Bishop’s University, 1997-98

Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada, 1999

Canada Research Chair in Canadian Literature (Tier 1), University of Ottawa (declined), 2003

Hellmuth Prize for Achievement in Research, 2004

Carl F. Klinck Professor in Canadian Literature, 2005

Distinguished University Professor, 2007

Maxwell Cummings Distinguished Lectureship, McGill University, 2008

Founding Research Fellow, School for Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities, Western University, 2012

ii. TEACHING:

Edward G. Pleva Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1993

3M National Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching and Instructional Development, 1994

Panhellenic Council Honoree for Teaching, 1995

Teaching Honour Roll, University Students’ Council, University of Western Ontario, 1996

University Students’ Council Teaching Honour Roll Award for Excellence, 2001-02

Nominee, Bank of Nova Scotia, University of Western Ontario Alumni Association, 2003

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2003

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2004-05

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2005-06

Nominee, Bank of Nova Scotia, University of Western Ontario Alumni Association, and University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2005

Nominee, Bank of Nova Scotia, University of Western Ontario Alumni Association, and University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2006

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2005-06

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2006-07

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2007-08

Nominee, T.V.O.’s 2009 Ontario’s Best Lecturer Competition (declined)

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2008-09

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2009-10

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2010-11

University Students’ Council Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2011-12

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IV. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND GROUPS:

Member, Economic Research Council, London, England (1971‑ )

Member, Board of Governors, Shawnigan Lake School (1975‑78)

Member, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (1976 – )

Member, Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures (1984- )

Member, American Society for Aesthetics (1984-90)

Member, National Consultative Committee for the History of the Literary Institution in Canada, Research  Institute for Comparative Literature, University of Alberta (September, 1987-92)

Member, Bibliographical Society of Canada (1991- )

Fellow, Westminster Institute for Ethics and Human Values (1991-1997)

Member, Advisory Board, Pratt Editorial Project (1993-98)

Advisor, Scholarly Board, Electronic Text Centre, University of New Brunswick (2000- )

Member, Victorian Studies Association of Ontario (2002- )

Member, Editorial Board, The Rossetti Archive, University of Virginia (2002- )

Academic Advisor, Al Purdy A-frame Trust (2012- )

Member, Council of 3M National Teaching Fellows (2012- )

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V. TEACHING:

i. COURSES TAUGHT:

Pre‑Raphaelite Painting and Poetry (Goldsmiths’ College, University of London) (undergraduate)

Form and Tradition (Carleton University) (first year)

English 020 ‑ General Literature and Composition (first year)

English 020A ‑ General Literature and Composition (first year)

English 28l ‑ Canadian Literature (honours)

English 138 ‑ Canadian Literature and Culture (general)

English 588 ‑ English‑Canadian Poetry to the Second World War (graduate)

English 58l ‑ Narrative and Fictional Prose from Hearne to Grove (graduate)

English 583 ‑ Confederation Poetry (graduate)

English 568 ‑ Pre‑Raphaelites (graduate)

English 581 ‑ Modern Canadian Poetry (graduate)

English 783 – Studies in English Canadian Poetry (graduate)

English 784 – Long Poems on Canada (graduate)

English 581 – Studies in the Canadian Literary Continuity (graduate)

English 566 – The Pre-Raphaelites and Pre-Raphaelitism (graduate)

English 808 – Representations of Native People(s) in Canadian Literature (graduate reading course)

English 581 – Continuities in Canadian Literature (graduate)

English 585 – Matters of Memory (graduate)

English 791 – Confederation Poetry (graduate reading course)

English 475G – Cultural Memory in Canada, 1759-1996 (honours)

English 566 – The Pre-Raphaelites and Pre-Raphaelitism (graduate)

English 581 – Nature, Culture, and Nation in Canada (graduate)

English 560B – The Pre-Raphaelites (graduate reading course)

English 568 – The Pre-Raphaelites and Pre-Raphaelitism (graduate)

English 585 – Civitas Canadensis: from Shanty to Megacity in Canadian Literature (graduate)

English 563 – The Pre-Raphaelites and Their Principal Associates (graduate)

English 567W – The Pre-Raphaelites, Their Principal Associates, and Their Successors (graduate)

English 022E – Intensive Introduction to English Language and Literature (first year)

English 838 – Canadian Literature and Community (graduate)

English 862 – The Pre-Raphaelites: Last Romantics or First Modernists? (graduate)

English 883 – The Aesthetics and Economies of Canadian Literature from 1759 to the Present (graduate)

English 1022E – Enriched Introduction to English Literatures and Cultures (first year)

Scholars Electives 2200E – Supervised Individual  Research 1

Scholars Electives 3305E – Supervised Individual  Research 2

ii. THESES AND PROJECTS SUPERVISED:

(a) Graduate:

Noreen Golfman, “A.M. Klein: the Man and his Art.” Ph.D. (1986). Chief Supervisor.

Janice Edmundson, “From Sea-Cat to Laurentian Lizard: A Study of Mammals and Reptiles in the Work of E.J. Pratt.” M.A. (1981).  Chief Supervisor.

Sylvia Haywood, “Susie Frances Harrison.” M.A. (1981). Chief Supervisor.

I.S.  MacLaren, “The Influence of Eighteenth-Century British Landscape Aesthetics on Narrative and Pictorial Responses to the British North American North and West, 1769-1872.” Ph.D. (1983). Chief Supervisor.

Elizabeth Thompson, “The Pioneer Woman: a Canadian Character Type.” Ph.D. (1987).  Chief Supervisor.

Tracy Ware, “A Generic Approach to Confederation Romanticism.” Ph.D. (1984). Chief Supervisor.

Gerald Lynch, “Stephen Leacock: Humour and Humanity.” Ph.D. (1984). Chief Supervisor.

Linda Ferguson, “In Search of Balance: Nature in the Novels of Ethel Wilson.” M.A. (1984). Chief Supervisor.

John Van Rys, “The Language of Landscape: Space in Ernest Buckler’s The Mountain and the Valley.” M.A. (1985). Chief Supervisor.

Alexandra J. Hurst, “The War Among the Poets: Introduction, Selected Documents, and Bibliography.” M.A. (1987). Chief Supervisor.

Catherine Muir, “Images of Victorian Womanhood: The Multiple Selves of Lucy Snowe.” M.A., 1987. Second Reader.

Gavin Matthews,  “‘This Land, too, has its own Springs’: the Northern, Spiritual Vision in W.W.E. Ross’s Poetry.” Ph.D. (1990).  Chief Supervisor.

Susan Kuindersma, “A Scholarly Edition of Kensington Gardens in 1830 by Major John Richardson.” M.A. (1987). Chief Supervisor.

Michael Williams, “Talbot Road: A Poem by Adam Hood Burwell.””M.A. (1988). Chief Supervisor.

Michael Cullen, “A Scholarly Edition of The Charivari, or Canadian Poetics by George Longmore, 1824.” M.A. (1988).  Chief Supervisor.

Mary Joy Macdonald, “‘Saying I’: the Emergent Female Subject in Gail Scott’s Heroine and Jovette Marchessault’s La Mere des herbes.” M.A. (Canadian Literature)(1992). Co-supervisor.

Mary Arseneau, “Symbol and Sacrament: the Incarnational Aesthetic of Christina Rossetti.” Ph.D. (1991). Chief Supervisor.

Wanda Campbell, “The Bildungsgedicht as Garden in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Canadian Long Poems.” Ph.D. (1991).  Chief Supervisor.

Shawn Munro, “Ondaatje’s Self-Construction in Running in the Family and In the Skin of a Lion.” M.A. (1990).  Chief Supervisor.

Harold Heft, “The Presence of James Joyce in the Poetry and Prose of A.M. Klein.” Ph.D. (1994).  Chief Supervisor.

Shawn Bragg, “Polar and Balances: Public Fact and Private Act in Michael Ondaatje’s In theSkin of a Lion.” M.A. (1992).  Second Reader.

Peter Jaeger, “Leonard Cohen’s Poetics of Spirituality.” M.A. (1993).  Chief Supervisor.

M. Susan Birkwood,  “‘We Have Undoubtedly Contemplated Different Sides of the Picture’: the Response of Female Authors to the Male Tradition of Exploration, Travel, and Settlement Writing in Colonial Canadian Literature.”  Ph.D. (1997).  Chief Supervisor.

Sarah Green, “Reluctant Retractor: Thomas Campbell’s Antidote to ‘Monster’ Brant.” M.A. (1995).  Chief Supervisor.

Amanda St. Jean, “A Scholarly Edition of Wonders of the West, or A Day at the Falls of Niagara, in 1825, a Poem,” M.A. (1995).  Chief Supervisor.

Susan Bailey, “A Scholarly Edition of Margaret Blennerhasset’s ‘The Widow of the Rock’.” M.A. (1994).  Chief Supervisor.

Michele Holmgren, “‘Native Muses’ and ‘National Poetry’: Irish-Canadian Poets in the Nineteenth Century.”  Ph.D. (1997).  Chief Supervisor.

Carolyn Finlayson, “‘The Habit of Close Observation’:  An Ecocritical Investigation of Catharine Parr Traill’s Nature Writing in Studies in Plant Life in Canada.”   M.A. (1998).  Chief Supervisor.

Shelley Hulan, “‘Founts of Feeling, Fill’d in Other Years’:  Nostalgia as Theme and Practice in Canadian Literature, 1880-1920.”   Ph.D. (2001).  Chief Supervisor

Gabrielle Zezulka-Mailloux, “A Scholarly Edition of The Unknown, or Lays of the Forest by William Fitz Hawley.”  M.A. (1999).  Chief Supervisor.

Clarissa Suranyi, “High Fidelity: Speaking and Writing Technologies in Fin-de-siècle Fiction.”  Ph.D. (2001). Chief Supervisor.

Vivian Vavassis, “Situating the Self:  A Jungian Perspective on Individuation in the Early Work of P.K. Page.”  M.A. (2001).  Chief Supervisor.

Klara Kolinska, “Tricksters (Don’t Always) Leave Tracks:  Trickster Narratives in Russian and Canadian Perspective.”  M.A. (Comparative Literature) (2001).  Chief Supervisor.

Steven Artelle, “The Confederation-Era Literary Culture of Canada’s Capital.”  Ph.D. (2004). Chief Supervisor.

André Narbonne, “The Order of Good Cheer; Carlylean Idealism in the Confederation Humorists: Sara Jeannette Duncan, L.M. Montgomery, Stephen Leacock.” Ph.D. (2003). Chief Supervisor.

Sarah D. King, “An Uncomfortable Match: Canadian Literature and English Departments in Canada, 1919-1965.” Ph.D. (2002). Second Reader.

Sarah Krotz, “The Eye of the Surveyor: Cartographic Representation in English-Canadian Writing.” Ph.D. (2008).     Chief Supervisor.

Thomas Steffler, “The Burdens of Body’s Beauty: Pre-Raphaelite Representations of the Body in William Morris’s The Defence of Guenevere, and Other Poems (1858) and Algernon Swinburne’s Poems and Ballads, First Series (1866).” Ph.D. (2010). Chief Supervisor.

Aaron Schneider, “A Nation of Settlers: Reading the Making and Re-Making of Pioneer Identities.” Ph.D. (in  progress). Chief Supervisor.

Erica Kelly, “‘A Useful Art’: Artistic Labour and Social Justice in Canadian Poetry from 1789 to 1945.” Ph.D. (2010). Chief Supervisor.Brooke Pratt, “Abandoned Spaces in Canadian Writing: Constructing ‘the Country of   Our Defeat’.” Ph.D. (2010). Chief Supervisor.

Rebecca Campbell, “Military and Literary Geographies of Canada:  Quebec, Queenston, Batoche, Vimy.” Ph.D. (in progress). Chief Supervisor.

Nadine Fladd. “Multiple Authorship and the Myth of Sovereign Genius: Transnational Cultural Influence between the New Yorker and the Canadian Short Story.” Ph.D. (in progress). Second Reader.

David Hickey. “By Still More Stubborn Stars: A Natural History of the Canadian Night.” Ph.D. (in progress). Chief Supervisor.

Kostantina Northrup, ‘“Radiant Imperfections’: The Interconnected Writing Lives of Robert Bringhurst, Dennis Lee, Tim Lilburn, Don Mckay, and Jan Zwicky.”  Ph.D. (2013). Chief Supervisor.

Lamb, Rebekah. “Reading Boredom and its Symptoms in the Pre-Raphaelites, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Oscar Wilde.” Ph.D. (in progress). Chief Supervisor.

(b) Graduate Independent Research Projects:

Jordan Berard, “‘What Did You Expect?’: The Aesthetics of Holocaust Representation and the Banality of Evil in Leonard Cohen’s Flowers for Hitler” (2006). Supervisor.

Erin Aspenlieder, “Daphne Marlatt’s Ana Historic: Women Writing History: Towards a History of Canadian History Writing.” (2007). Supervisor.

Lindsey Bannister, “Re-reading/Re-writing the Suffering Artist: Silence, Subjectivity, and L.M. Montgomery’s Autobiographical Practices.” (2008). Supervisor.

Kostantina  Northrup, “Costumed  Selves and Sheep Coats: Mimetic Translation on Eirin Mouré’s Sheep’s Vigil by a Fervent Personi.” (2008). Supervisor.

Alicia Robinet, “Constructing ‘The Void Between’: Comparative Remembrances of the First World War in Canadian Poetry and Contemporary Commemoration.” (2009). Supervisor.

Ashley Cooper, “’Shadows of the World’: Platonic Notions of Art and Knowledge in Alfred Lord Tennyson’s ‘The Lady of Shalott’” (2010). Supervisor.

Andy Nancy Murcovic, ‘“Elsewheres’: Imagination and Migration in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures” (2013). Supervisor.

(c) Undergraduate Projects:

Amy Wong, “Narratives of the Nanking Massacre” (2012)

Benjamin Bandosz, “From William Morris through Walter Pater to Oscar Wilde” (2012)

Samantha Roberts. “The Influence of the Troubadour School of French Painters on the Pre-Raphaelites” (2012-2013). Supervisor.

Alex Corrillo-Hayley, “Possession(s)” (2012-2013). Second Reader.

(Departmental or extra-departmental examiner of numerous undergraduate and graduate theses in the departments of English, History, French, and Comparative Literature and the Faculty of Education.)

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VI. RESEARCH GRANTS:

(Department and Faculty grants not included)

Canada Council, July 1976, $400.00, “An Index of the Literary Materials in The Week (Toronto, 1883‑1896)”

Ontario Arts Council, February 1977, $1,000, “an outright and unconditional grant” to assist in “current literary endeavours”

SSHRCC Grant, January 1979, $2,500, to assist publication of Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Grant, January 1980, $5,008, to assist publication of Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Grant, January 1981, $6,390, for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, January 1981, $2,750, for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Leave Fellowship, 1981‑82

SSHRCC Grant, January 1982, $6,700, for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, January 1982, $3,250, for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Grant, January 1983, $6,700, for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, January 1983, $3,700, for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Grant, January 1984, $6,700, for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, January 1984, $3,000, for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Grant, January 1985, $7,200 for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Grant, January 1986, $20,134, for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Supplementary Grant 1986, $2,196, for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, January 1986, $3,000, for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, Supplementary Grant 1986, $1,000, for “editorial development” of Canadian Poetry

Academic Development Fund Grant (with R.J. Shroyer), May 1986, $74,000, to start a Centre for the Scholarly Analysis and Editing of Early Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, November 1987, $3,000, for Canadian Poetry

U.W.O. Sabbatical/Study Leave Research Grant, May 1988, $4,900

Ontario Arts Council, November 1988, $3,000, for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC Research Grant, May 1989, $16,500 Research Grant to study form and landscape in early Canadian poetry

Ontario Arts Council, November 1989, $3,000 for Canadian Poetry

SSHRCC, December 1989, $3,360 for Canadian Poetry

Special Research Funds, U.W.O., January 1990, $4,300, for an edition of Charles Sangster’s The St. Lawrence andthe Saguenay

SSHRCC (with R.J. Shroyer), May 1990, $177,377, Research Grant for editing and studying early long poems of Canada

SSHRCC International Conference Grant, 1990, $1,336

Ontario Arts Council, November 1990, $3,000 for Canadian Poetry

Ontario Arts Council, October 1991, $3,000 for Canadian Poetry

Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme, Canadian Federation for the Humanities, October 1991, subvention to assist publication of “The Gay]Grey Moose: Essays on the Ecologies and Mythologies of Canadian Poetry.”

Ontario Arts Council, October 1992, $2,000 for Canadian Poetry

Academic Development Fund Grant, March 1993, $38,572 for “The Confederation Poets.”

Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme, Canadian Federation for the Humanities, May, 1993, subvention to assist publication of “Mimic Fires: Accounts of Early Long Poems on Canada, 1690-1900″

SSHRCC Research Grant, $4,433, for “A Scholarly Edition of Bliss Carman’s Correspondence with Margaret Lawrence,” August 1994

SSHRCC Travel Grant, $1,849, to deliver a paper at a conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, February 1995

SSHRCC Research Grant, $60,080, for “The Confederation Poets: a Critical History and Scholarly Editions,” April 1995

SSHRCC Program of Aid to Research and Transfer Journals grant, November 1996, $7,110 for Canadian Poetry.

Academic Development Fund Grant, April 1997, $83,676 for “Western Text Initiative in Canadian Literature.”

HRDC Summer Career Placement Award, May 2000, $1,200.00

HRDC Summer Career Placement Award, May 2001, $1,440.60

SSHRCC Standard Research Grant, $165,532 for “Canada’s ‘Archives Architectural’ and Canadian Literature,” April 2002

ASPP Subvention to assist with the publication of “The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897,” May 2002

SSHRCC Aid to Occasional Research Conference and International Congresses in Canada Grant, $10,000 for AOld Lamps, New-lit: the Future of Victorian Poetry Conference in honour of Thomas J. Collins and Donald S. Hair, University of Western Ontario, March 2003

Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, Premier’s Discovery Award, $250,000, for research on early Canadian literature and the Pre-Raphaelites, May 2009

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VII. CONSULTANTSHIPS:

Assessments on a fairly regular basis for the SSHRCC and the ASPP program of CFHSS, and on a sporadic basis for the Canada Council, Essays on Canadian Writing Press, University of Toronto Press, University of Ottawa Press, McGill-Queen’s University Press, Victorian Poetry, Canadian Literature, Journal of Canadian Studies, DalhousieReview, American Review of Canadian Studies, English Studies in Canada, University of Toronto Quarterly. Referee for papers and proceedings of various conferences at Trent University, the University of Ottawa, and elsewhere and for numerous papers submitted to the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English, the Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures, and other associations for delivery at the annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.  Material for the revised edition of the Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetics. Promotion and/or tenure dossiers for a variety of Canadian and American universities, including Calgary, Toronto, Wilfrid Laurier, Saskatchewan, Victoria, and British Columbia.  Fellowship proposals for the University of Toronto, the University of Alberta, and the Calgary Institute for the Humanities.  Miscellaneous letters of appraisal and the like for numerous other Canadian and American universities.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis by Rae Dawn Downton, “Postmodernism in Canadian Poetry,” Dalhousie University, August 1982.

External Examiner, M.A. thesis by Stephen L. Sheeren, “Oscar Wilde’s Idea of Individualism,” Bishop’s University,  February 1985.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis by Alexander Kizuk, “Canada’s Forgotten Poets: the Values of Early Twentieth‑Century Poetry in English,” McMaster University, October 1985.

External Examiner, M.A. thesis by Janet Mitchell, “The Recurrence of the Arthurian Legends in the Fiction of Robertson Davies,””McGill University, November 1987.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis by Sandra Marion Parsons Orser, “In Search of a Vision: Concepts of the Christian Faith in Four Canadian Novels,” Dalhousie University, October 1991.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis by Cecily Devereux, “Re-versing the Laureate: Ironic and Parodic Responses to Tennyson in the Work of Isabella Valancy Crawford,” York University, November 1995.

External Examiner, M.A. thesis by Joseph Pezzarello, “‘You Have Sweetened Your Word’: Sincerity and Prayer in Leonard Cohen’s Book of Mercy,” McGill University, February 1997.

External Examiner, M.A. thesis of Alexandra M. Roza, “Towards a Modern Canadian Art, 1910-1936: the Group of Seven, A.J.M. Smith and F.R. Scott,” McGill University, October 1997.

External Examiner, M.A. thesis of Kirsten MacLeod, “Walter Pater, Oscar Wilde and Audiences of Aestheticism,” McGill University, November 1997.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Gwendolyn Guth, “‘A World for Women’:  Fictions of the Female Artist in English-Canadian Periodicals, 1840-1880,” University of Ottawa, April 1999.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Dean Irvine, “Little Histories:  Modernist and Leftist Women Poets and Magazine Editors in Canada, 1926-1956,” McGill University, May 2001.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Brian John Day, “Victorian Moral Ecologies: Sight, Insight, and the Nature-Culture Nexus in Ruskin, Hopkins, and Morris,” Queen’s University, April 2002.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Tim Heath, “The Long Canadian Topographical Poem: 1690-1990,” University of Alberta, December 2002.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis if Adam Dickinson, “Lyric Ethics: The Matter and Time of Ecopoetry,” University  of Alberta, June 2005.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Joel Baetz, “Battle Lines: English-Canadian Poetry of the First World War,” York University, November 2005.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Nicholas Bradley, “Ecology and Knowledge in the Poetry of Pacific North America,” University of Toronto, June 2006.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Cheryl Lynn Cundell, “Mapping the Nation: Exploration and the English-Canadian Literary Imagination,” Queen’s University, March 2009.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Deanna Victoria Mason, “‘The Personal Dramas of the East’: Representations of the Middle East in the Writing and Art of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and William Holman Hunt,” Queen’s University, June 2009.

External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis of Michèle Rackham, “Between the Lines: Interartistic Modernism in Canada, 1930-1960,” McGill University, December 2011.

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VIII. PUBLICATIONS:

i. BOOKS, EDITIONS, AND PARTS OF BOOKS:

“Introduction,””James Bacque, Big Lonely. New Canadian Library (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1978), pp. v-xi.

Archibald Lampman: Lyrics of Earth (1895), ed. and with an Introduction

(Ottawa: The Tecumseh Press, 1978), 64pp.

(With MaryLynn Wickens) A Checklist of Literary Materials in The Week (Toronto, 1883-1896) (Ottawa: Golden Dog Press, 1978), v + 161pp.

“1821-1900” in Introduction to Poetry: British, American, Canadian, ed. Jack David and Robert Lecker (Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1980).

“Duncan Campbell Scott.” Profiles in Canadian Literature, ed. Jeffrey M. Heath (Toronto and Charlottetown: Dundurn, 1981): 1: 25-32. (Also issued as a booklet.)

“Half Passion and Half Prayer: the New York Nocturnes.” The Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, ed. Glenn Clever (University of Ottawa Press:  Reappraisals:  Canadian Writers, 10, 1984), pp. 55-75.  In the same volume, contribution to “The Achievement of Charles G.D. Roberts:  An Assessment Panel,” pp. 213-218.

“The Poetics of Roberts’ Tantramar Space,” The Proceedings of the Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, Mount Allison University, ed. Carrie MacMillan (Halifax: Nimbus, 1984), pp. 17-41.

“Poetry in English [Beginnings to 1867],” The Canadian Encyclopedia (Edmonton: Hurtig, 1985): 3:1431.

Archibald Lampman, The Story of an Affinity, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1986), xxxi + 85pp.

Thomas Cary, Abram’s Plains: A Poem, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1986), xlviii + 43pp.

Adam Kidd, The Huron Chief, ed. with an Introduction and Notes (and Contributions and Appendices by Charles R. Steele), Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1987), xliii + 132 pp.

Isabella Valancy Crawford, Malcolm’s Katie: A Love Story, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1987), lxi + 101 pp. (Text of poem reprinted in Canadian Poetry: from the Beginnings through the First World War, ed. Carole Gerson and Gwendolyn Davies, New Canadian Library [Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1994], pp. 140-179.)

J. Mackay, Quebec Hill; or, Canadian Scenery.  A Poem.  In Two Parts, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1988), xlvii + 63 pp.

“The Meretricious and the Meritorious in ‘Goblin Market’: A Conjecture and an Analysis.” The Achievement of Christina Rossetti, ed. David A. Kent (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1987), pp. 57-81.

“Keeping the Past Present: a Tribute to the C.I.H.M.””New Resourcesfor Canadian Studies, ed., Robert Montague (Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1988), pp. 11-22.

“Afterword,” Catharine Parr Traill, The Backwoods of Canada, New Canadian Library (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1989), pp. 291-301.

“‘Breaking the ‘Cake of Custom’: the Atlantic Crossing as a Rubicon for Female Emigrants to Canada?””Re(Dis)Covering Our Foremothers: Nineteenth-Century Canadian Women Writers, ed. Lorraine McMullen, Reappraisals: Canadian Writers (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1990), pp. 91-122 + 1 b/w illustration.

Charles Sangster, The St. Lawrence and the Saguenay, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1990), lxi + 147 pp.

“[Spenser’s] Influence and Reputation in Canada,” The Spenser Encyclopedia, ed. A.C. Hamilton, et al (Toronto: University of Toronto Press; London: Routledge, 1990), pp. 132-133.

Cornwall Bayley, Canada.  A Descriptive Poem, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1990), liii + 81 pp.

“Carman and Mind Cure: Theory and Technique.” Bliss Carman: a Reappraisal, ed. Gerald Lynch, Reappraisals: Canadian Writers (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1990), pp. 85-110. In the same volume, contribution to ” In Summary,” pp.184-188.

Alexander McLachlan, The Emigrant, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1991), lxii + 144 pp.

“Introduction,” Talbot Road: A Poem, ed. Michael Williams (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1991), pp. xi-xlviii.

George Longmore, The Charivari; or Canadian Poetics: a Tale, After the Manner of Beppo, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1992), li + 131 pp.

The Gay]Grey Moose: Essays on the Ecologies and Mythologies of Canadian Poetry, 1690-1990 (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1992), xii + 328 pp. (Chapter entitled “The Poem in Its Niche: Lampman’s ‘City of the End of Things’ and Its Origins” reprinted in A Northern Romanticism: Poets of the Confederation ed. Tracy Ware, Canadian Critical Editions [Ottawa; Tecumseh, 2000], pp. 447-67.)

“Trees and Forest: Notes on Variety and Unity in Nineteenth-Century Canadian Writing.” Literary Genres/Genres Littéraires, ed. I.S. MacLaren and C. Potvin.  (Edmonton: Research Institute for Comparative Literature, University of Alberta, 1991), pp. 19-30.

“Isaac Weld and the Continuity of Canadian Poetry.” Biography andAutobiography: Essays on Irish and Canadian History and Literature, ed. James Noonan (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1993), pp. 223-236.

Early Long Poems on Canada, ed. with a Preface, Notes, and Bibliocritical Afterword (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1993), xi + 662 pp.

Mimic Fires: Accounts of Early Long Poems on Canada (Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1994), vi + 353 pp.

Bliss Carman, Letters to Margaret Lawrence, 1927-1929, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1995), xxi + 162 pp.

Archibald Lampman, The Essays and Reviews, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1996), xxxv + 387pp.

“William Morris and the Poets of the Confederation.” Scarlet Hunters: Pre-Raphaelitism in Canada, ed. David Latham, Studies in Canadian Culture (Toronto: Archives of Canadian Art and Design, 1998), pp. 31-44.  (Also in The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 6/7 [Fall/Spring 1997/98]: 31-44.)

“The Quebec Model, Topographical Poetry, and the Construction of Central Canada.”  In Creating the Peaceable  Kingdom and Other Essays, ed. Victor Howard (East Lansing:  Michigan State University Press, 1998), pp. 29-55.

“American Meteorological Determinism and Post-Confederation Poetry.” Informal Empire?  Cultural Relations between Canada, the United States and Europe, ed. Peter Easingwood, Konrad Gross, and Hartmut Lutz.  Schriftenreihe des Zentrums für Kanada-Studien an der Universität Trier 8 (Kiel: l and f Verlag, 1998), pp. 123-147.

“Colonial Colonizing:  an Introductory Survey of the Canadian Long Poem.”  Bolder Flights:  Essays on the Canadian Long Poem, ed. Frank M. Tierney and Angela Robbeson.  Reappraisals:  Canadian Writers.  (Ottawa:  University of Ottawa Press, 1998), pp. 7-29.

Mnemographia Canadensis:  Essays on Memory, Community, and Environment in Canada, with Particular Reference to London, Ontario, Vol. 1:  Muse and Recall, xxiii + 470 pp.; Vol. 2:  Remember and See, ed. viii + 264 pp. (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 1999).

“‘The Thing Is Found to Be Symbolic’:  Symboliste Elements in the Early Short Stories of Gilbert Parker, Charles G.D. Roberts, and Duncan Campbell Scott.” Dominant Impressions:  Essays on the Canadian Short Story.  Ed. Gerald Lynch and Angela Arnold Robbeson.  Reappraisals:  Canadian Writers (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1999), pp. 27-51.

Archibald Lampman, Fairy Tales, ed. with an Introduction, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts  (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 1999), xxviii + 50 pp.

John Newton, The Emigrant, ed. with an Introduction and Notes, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2000), xxiv + 111 pp.

“Preface.”  A Reassessment of Early Twentieth-Century Canadian Poetry in English by R. Alexander Kizuk. Canadian Studies, 24  (New York:  Edwin Mellen Press, 2000, pp. vi-ix.

“Preface” In Renaissance II: Canadian Creativity and Innovation in the New Millennium. Ed. Richard I. Doyle (Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada, 2001), pp. 96-97.

“Near the Rapids: Thomas Moore in Canada,” Romantic Poetry. Ed. Angela Esterhammer, A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages 17 (Amsterdam/Philadelphia; John Benjamins, 2002), pp. 355-71.

“Nervous ReincarNations: Keats, Scenery, and Mind Cure in Canada during the Post-Confederation Period, with Particular Reference to Archibald Lampman and Related Cases,” Nervous Reactions: Victorian Recollections of Romanticism. Ed. Joel Faflak and Julia M.Wright. Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. (State University of New York Press, Albany, 2004), pp. 93-119.

The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004), 411pp.

“‘New Styles of Architecture, a Change of Heart’? The Architexts of A.M. Klein and F.R. Scott,” The Canadian Modernists Meet. Ed. Dean Irvine. Reappraisals: Canadian Writers 29 (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2005), pp. 17-58.

“Arthur Stringer (1874-1950),” 100 Fascinating Londoners. Ed. Michael Baker and Hilary Bates Neary (Toronto: Lorimer, 2005), pp. 56-57.

“William Bliss Carman,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography 15 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005), pp. 182-83.

Stephen Leacock, Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town: Authoritative Text, Background and Context, Criticism, ed., with an Introduction, Norton Critical Editions (New York: W.W. Norton, 2006), xiii + 235pp.

“(Dis)Continuities: Arthur’s Tomb, Modern Painters, and Morris’s Early Wallpaper Designs,” Writing on the Image: Reading William Morris, ed. David Latham (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006), pp. 17-30 + 4 b/w illustrations.

“Tradition on Location: Ted Goodden’s Ridgeway Windows,” Ted Goodden: the Ridgeway Windows, Catalogue of Exhibition at the Woodstock Art Gallery, the Thames Valley Gallery, and the McIntosh Gallery at the University of Western Ontario (London: McIntosh Gallery, 2007), [pp. 8-10].

“Unremembered and Learning Much: LAC Alfred W. Purdy” and “Conclusion, Retrospective, and Prospective,”   The Ivory Thought: Essays on Al Purdy, ed. Gerald Lynch, Shoshannah Ganz, and Josephene T.M. Kealey, Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, 32  (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2008), pp. 21-50, with 1b/w illustration, and pp. 239-46.

“Introduction,” An English Canadian Poetics. Vol. 1: The Confederation Poets, ed. Robert Hogg  (Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2009), pp.37-73.

“Jumping to Conclusions: Northrop Frye on Canadian Literature,” Northrop Frye: New Directions from Old, ed. David Rampton. Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, 33 (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2009), pp. 55-79.

“Post-Confederation Poetry,” The Cambridge History of Canadian Literature, ed. Coral Ann Howells and Eva-Marie Kröller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp.127-43.

Canadian Architexts: Essays on Literature and Architecture in Canada, 1759 -2006 (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2009), xii + 423pp.

John Howison, Sketches of Upper Canada, ed. with an Introduction and Notes (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2012), xxviii + 235pp.

(with Jean Baird),” “Who Are the Local Writers in Your Community?” English in Middle and Secondary Schools: Creative and Critical Advice for Canada’s Educators, ed. Redrick James, Teresa M. Dobson, and Carl Leggo (Toronto: Pearson, 2013): 152-59.

ii. ARTICLES AND ESSAYS:

(Reviews and newspaper articles not included)

“The Belle Assemblée Version of ‘My Sister’s Sleep’,” Victorian Poetry 12 (Winter, 1974): 321-334.

“Light, Architecture and Awe in Rossetti’s Early Annunciations,” Ariel 7 (April, 1976): 22-30, + 1 b/w illustration.

“The Same Unnamed Delight: Lampman’s Essay on Happiness and Lyrics of Earth,” Essays on Canadian Writing 5 (Fall, 1976): 25-35.

“Archibald Lampman (1861-1899): A Checklist,” Essays on Canadian Writing 5 (Fall, 1976): 36-49.

“Rossetti’s Bride-Chamber Talk,” Wascana Review 11.2 (Fall, 1976), 83-97.

“’The Poetry of Byron’ by Archibald Lampman,” ed., with a Prefatory Note, Queen’sQuarterly 83 (Winter, 1976): 623-32.

“Archibald Lampman as I knew him at Trinity University” by G.B. Sage, ed. with a Prefatory Note, Canadian Notes and Queries 18 (December, 1976): 7-8.

“Rossetti’s ‘Ave’ and Related Pictures,” Victorian Poetry 15 (Spring, 1976): 21-35 + 4 b/w illustrations.

“Rossetti and the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili,” English Language Notes 14 (June, 1977): 279-83.

“’The Onondaga Madonna’: A ‘Sonnet of Rare Beauty’,” Contemporary Verse II 3.2 (Summer, 1977): 28-2

“’The Song-Throe’ by D.G. Rossetti,” Notes and Queries, NS 24.5 (October, 1977): 421-22.

“The Pre-Raphaelites and the Oxford Movement,” Dalhousie Review 57.3 (Autumn, 1977): 525-39.

“Rossetti’s ‘Hand and Soul’,” English Studies in Canada 3.44 (Winter, 1977): 445-57.

“Archibald Lampman on Poets and Poetry,” Essays on Canadian Writing 9 (Winter, 1977-78): 12-25.

“Rossetti’s Venus Verticordia,” Bournemouth Museums Bulletin 36.7 (July, 1977): 18-22, + 1 b/w illustration.

(With MaryLynn Wickens)  “A Checklist of Women-Related Materials in The Week (1883-1896),” Canadian Newsletter of Research on Women 6.5 (October, 1977): 106-123.

“Rossetti’s Pre-Raphaelite Manifesto: the ‘Old and New Art’ Sonnets,” English Language Notes 15.3 (March, 1978): 197-203.

“William Morris’ ‘The Wind’,” Trivium 13 (Summer, 1978): 31-37.

“A Short Guide to Canadian Fiction,” in Canada Emergent, Spec. issue of Book Forum, 4.1 (1978), 160-63.

“The Poetical Review; A Brief Notice of Canadian Poets and Poetry” by A.C. Stewart, ed. with an Introduction, Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, l (Fall/Winter, 1977): 66-88.

“Neils Lindstedt’s Choice in Settlers of the Marsh,” Canadian Notes and Queries 21 (1978): 7-8.

“Raphael, Hercules, and D.G. Rossetti’s ‘The Choice’,” The Humanities Association Review 29 (1978): 141-46.

“Charles G.D. Roberts on Pastoral Elegies,” Canadian Notes and Queries 21 (1978): 11-12.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Last Years: ‘Hope, with Eyes Upcast’,” Mosaic 12.1 (1978): 1-22.

“Rossetti’s ‘Sunset Wings’,” The Explicator 32.1 (1978): 39.

“Charles G.D. Roberts’ ‘Canadian Poetry in its Relation to the Poetry of England and America’,” ed. With an Introduction, Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 3 (Fall/Winter, 1978): 76-86.

“Political Themes in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti,” Victorian Poetry 17 (1979): 159-79.

(With Michael Gnarowski) “Three Items from F.R. Scott’s Personal Papers,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, Spec. issue on F.R. Scott, 4 (Spring/Summer, 1979): 73-119.

“Pan and the Confederation Poets,” Canadian Literature 81 (Summer, 1979): 59-71.

“Thomas Cary’s Abram’s Plains (1789) and its ‘Preface’,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 5 (Fall/Winter, 1979): 1-20.

(Compiler) “’The Canadian Boat-Song’: A Mosaic,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 6 (Spring/Summer, 1980): 69-79.

“Roberts’ ‘Tantramar Revisited’ and Lanier’s ‘The Marshes of Glynn’,” Studies in Canadian Literature 5 (Fall, 1980): 316-19.

“A New Dimension: Notes on the Ecology of Canadian Poetry,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 7 (Fall/Winter 1980): 1-20.

“Skills Vital to the Scene: Canadian Criticism and Poetry” (invited guest column), Poetry Canada Review 2 (Spring, 1981): 5.

“’Ah, Poor Jenny’s Case’: Rossetti and the Fallen Woman/Flower,” University of TorontoQuarterly 50 (Winter, 1980/81): 177-98.

“’The Staff and Scrip’ and Rossetti’s Pilgrim of Love,” Trivium 16 (1981): 107-126.

“A Stretching Landscape: Notes on Some Formalistic Continuities in the Poetry of the Hinterland,” Contemporary Verse II , 5 (Summer, 1981): 6-18.

“In the Shadow of Death: D.G. Rossetti’s ‘The Card-Dealer’,” Colby Library Quarterly 17 (September, 1981): 161-69.

“The ‘Lone Shieling’ Stanza of ‘The Canadian Boat-Song’,” Essays on Canadian Writing 23 (Spring, 1982): 163-67.

“Watchful Dreams and Sweet Unrest: An Essay on the Vision of Archibald Lampman, Part I,” Studies in Canadian Literature 6.1 (1981): 188-210; Part II, Studies inCanadian Literature 7.1 (1982): 5-26.

“A Thread of Memory and the Fabric of Archibald Lampman’s ‘City of the End of Things’,” World Literature Written in English (now Journal of Postcolonial Writing), 21.1 (Spring, 1982): 86-95.

“Not of Things Only, But of Thought: Notes on A.J.M. Smith’s Imagistic Poems,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, Spec. issue on A.J.M. Smith, 11 (Fall/Winter, 1982): 26-48.

Prefatory Note to “An Interview with A.J.M. Smith” by Michael Heenan, CanadianPoetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, Spec. issue on A.J.M Smith, 11 (Fall/Winter, 1982): 73-74.

“Drawers of Water: Notes on the Significance and Scenery of Fresh Water in Canadian Poetry,” Part I, Contemporary Verse II, 6.4 (August, 1982): 17-28. Parts 2 and 3, Contemporary Verse II  7. l (November, 1982): 25-49.

“’The Blessed Damozel’: A Young Man’s Fantasy,” Victorian Poetry: An Issue Devoted to the Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, ed. William E. Fredeman 20.3-4 (Autumn/Winter, 1982): 31-43.

“The Source of D.G. Rossetti’s ‘Combination from Sappho,’ and Some of its Implications,” Notes and Queries NS 39 (June, 1992): 181-182.

“The Mower and the Boneless Acrobat: Notes on the Stances of Baseland and Hinterland in Canadian Poetry,” Studies in Canadian Literature 8.1 (1983): 5-48.

“Through Endless Landscapes: Notes on Charles Sangster’s The St. Lawrence and the Saguenay,” Essays on Canadian Writing 27 (Winter, 1983-84): 1-34.

“Preface” [Special John Glassco issue], Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 13 (Fall/Winter, 1983): vii-viii.

“A Nightmare Ordered: A.M. Klein’s ‘Portrait of the Poet as Landscape’,” Essays on Canadian Writing 28 (Spring, 1984): 1-45.

“Klein, Montreal and Mankind,” Journal of Canadian Studies: A.M. Klein’s Montreal 19, 2 (Summer, 1984): 34-57.

“A Well-Wrought Clay: Francis Sherman’s ‘In Memorabilia Mortis’,” Essays on Canadian Writing 30 (Winter, 1984-85): 320-38.

“Preface: Minor Poets of a Superior Order,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 14 (Spring/Summer, 1984): [v-viii].

“‘From the Hollow, Blasted Pine’: Centrifugal Tendencies in Adam Kidd’s The Huron Chief,” Open Letter: Long Liners Conference Issue, Sixth Series, 2-3 (Summer/Fall, 1985): 233-56.

“Alchemical Transmutation in Duncan Campbell Scott’s ‘At Gull Lake: August, 1810,’ and Some Contingent Speculations,” Studies in Canadian Literature: Tenth Anniversary Issue 10.1-2 (1985): 1-23.

“Threefold in Wonder: Bliss Carman’s Sappho: One Hundred Lyrics,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 17 (Fall/Winter, 1985): 29-58.

“Remembering and Forgetting in Canadian Literature and Criticism,” What 4 (April/May, 1986): 15-17.

“Preface: Boxing the Compass: Ontario’s Geopoetics,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 18 (Spring/Summer, 1986): [v-xiii].

“A Subtle Mourning: P.K. Page’s ‘The Permanent Tourists’,” in ALiterary Theory in the Classroom: Three Views of P.K. Page’s ‘The Permanent Tourists’,” comp. with an Introduction, by Laurie Ricou, Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 19 (Fall/Winter, 1986): 70-76.

“Preface: A Clutch of Pertinent Snippets,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 21 (Fall/Winter, 1987): [v-vii].

“Forgetful of Former Care: Notes on the Past and Present State of Canadian Memory,” Western Today 1 (March, 1988): 18-25. (Reprinted in The Canadian Essay, ed. Gerald Lynch and David Rampton [Toronto: Copp, Clark, Pitman, 1991], pp. 316-29.)

“Large Stature and Larger Soul: Notes on the Herculean Hero and Narrative in Canadian Literature,” Journal of Canadian Poetry 2 (1987 [1988]): 1-21.

“Charles J. Cameron’s Emendations and Annotations to Lyrics of Freedom, Love and Death by George Frederick Cameron,” Studies in Canadian Literature 13 (1988):  244-49.

“Researching Canadian Poetry and its Pleasures,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents Reviews  23 (Fall/Winter, 1988): [vii-x].

“Thomas Moore in Canada and Canadian Poetry,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 24 (Spring/Summer, 1989): [vii-xiii].

“An Addition to OED from Thomas Cary’s Abram’s Plains (1789),” Notes and Queries, NS 36 (June, 1989): 165-66.

“A Wizard to the Northern Poets: Notes on William Morris in Nineteenth-Century Canadian Poetry,” Victorian Studies Association Newsletter (Ontario) 44 (Fall, 1989): 8-19.

“Money Matters in Canadian Poetry,” Poetry Canada Review 10 (Fall, 1989): 19-20.

“Sizing up the Women in Malcolm’s Katie and The Story of an Affinity,” Studies in Canadian Literature 14 (1989): 48-62.

“Tom MacInnes’ Emendations to his Complete Poems (1923),” Canadian Notes and Queries 42 (Spring, 1990): 13-14.

“Preface: ‘Along the Line of Smoky Hills': Further Steps towards an Ecological Poetics,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 26 (Spring/Summer, 1990): [v-xix].

“An Early ‘Specimen of Canadian Poetry’,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 26 (Spring/Summer, 1990): 70-74.

“The Notes Suggested by Klein Himself to ‘Portrait of the Poet as Landscape’,” Essays onCanadian Writing 40 (Spring 1990): 153-55.

“Savage, Degenerate, and Dispossessed: Some Sociological, Anthropological, and Legal Backgrounds to the Depiction of Native Peoples in Early Long Poems on Canada,” Canadian Literature, 124-125 (Spring/Summer, 1990): 76-90.  (Also published in Native Writers and Canadian Writing, ed. W.H. New [Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1990], pp. 76-90.)

“Oliver Goldsmith and The Rising Village,” Studies in Canadian Literature 15.1 (1990): 21-61.

“Roberts’s Series of Sonnets in Songs of the Common Day,” Dalhousie Review 69 (Fall, 1989): 393-412.

“‘Set Forth as Plainly May Appear’: the Verse Journal of Henry Kelsey,”Ariel 21 (October, 1990): 9-30.

“Preface: the Canadian Poetry Press Editions,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 27 (Fall/Winter, 1990): [v-xi].

“From Allegory to Indeterminacy: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Positive Agnosticism,” Part 1, Dalhousie Review 70.1 (Spring 1990): 70-106 (with 5 b/w illustrations) and Part 2, Dalhousie Review 70.2 (Summer, 1990): 146-68 (with 3 b/w illustrations).

“Preface: the Future of Canadian Poetry,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 29 (Fall/Winter, 1991): v-ix.

“The Source of D.G. Rossetti’s ‘Combination from Sappho,’ and Some of its Implications,” Notes and Queries NS 39 (June, 1992): 181-82.

“’We in Dreams Behold the Hebrides’: Alexander McLachlan’s The Emigrant,” British Journal of Canadian Studies 7.1 (1992): 15-25.

“Concepts of Native Peoples and Property Rights in Early Canadian Poetry,” Recherches sémiotiques/Semiotic Inquiry 12 (1992): 29-51.

“The Micro-Preservation of Canada’s Early Periodicals,” Victorian Periodicals Review 25 (Fall, 1992): 127-129.

“Another Source for Thomas Chandler Haliburton’s The Clockmaker,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 30 (Spring/Summer, 1992): 74-77.

“Preface: the Future of Canadian Poetry, 2 ” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 31 (Fall/Winter, 1992): 1-7.

“Preface: Monumentalités,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 32 (Spring/Summer, 1993): 1-16.

(With Wanda Campbell) “John Strachan, ‘Verses . . . 1802,'” ed. and Introduction, Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 32 (Spring/Summer, 1993):  82-93.

(With Mary Arseneau) “Peter Parley and the Rossettis,” English Language Notes 31 (September, 1993): 56-60.

“As For Me and Significant Form,” Canadian Notes and Queries 48 (1994): 18-20.

“Thomas Cary’s Abram’s Plains: Two Sources Found?” Facsimile 11 (May, 1994): 17-18 (plus French translation).

“Preface: Historied Trees,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 34 (Spring/Summer, 1994): 1-19.

“The Wide Circle and Return: Tay John and Vico,” Dalhousie Review 73 (Spring, 1993): 34-53.

“Preface: Thomas Moore’s Construction of Upper Canada in ‘Ballad Stanzas’,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 35 (Fall/Winter, 1994): 1-10.

“Research-Teaching: the Fundamental Business of Canadian Universities,” ACCUTE Newsletter (March, 1995): 5-11. (Also published in the Canadian Federation for the Humanities’ Bulletin 17 [Winter, 1996]: 1-5 and 1-5 [French version].)

“Preface: Parading Past,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 36 (Spring/Summer, 1995): 10-31.

“Preface: UnCannyda,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 37 (Fall/Winter, 1995), pp. 1-16.

“Preface: the Politics and Poetics of Old Houses,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 38 (Spring/Summer, 1996): 1-28.

“The Last of England, the Literature of Emigration, and the ‘Pathos of the Subject,'” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 5 (Fall, 1996): 35-44, with 1 b/w illustration.

“Preface: the Future of Canadian Poetry, 3 ” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 39 (Fall/Winter, 1996): 5-6.

“Duncan Campbell Scott and Maurice Maeterlinck,” Studies in Canadian Literature 21.2 (1996): 104-119.

“Charles G.D. Roberts and William Wilfred Campbell as Canadian Tour Guides,” Spec. issue on Writing and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Canada, Journal of Canadian Studies 32.2 (Summer, 1997): 79-99.

“Preface: Anne Michaels’ Fugitive Pieces,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 41 (Fall/Winter, 1997): 5-20.

“Thomas Cary’s ‘Occasional Prologue’ and Its Contexts,” ed. with an Introduction, Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 41 (Fall/Winter, 1997): 102-111.

“What’s Canadian about Canadian Children’s Literature?”  Canadian Children’s Literature 87 (Fall, 1997): 18-19.

“Preface: the Absence of Neoconservatism and Ecocriticism in Canadian Literary Studies,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, Spec. Ecocritical issue, 42 (Spring/Summer, 1998): 5-16.

“Literary Sites and Cultural Properties,” Spec. Writing Canadian Space issue, Studies in Canadian Literature 23.1 (1998):  90-127.

“Preface:  Tony Harrison’s ‘The Mother of the Muses,’” Canadian Poetry:  Studies, Documents, Reviews 43 (Fall/Winter, 1998):  5-9.

“Preface:  Canadian Poetry Online,” Canadian Poetry:  Studies, Documents, Reviews 44 (Spring/Summer, 1999):  5-6.

“William Robe, Quebec,” ed. with an Introduction Canadian Poetry:  Studies, Documents, Reviews 44 (Spring/Summer, 1999):  57-84.

“Arts for Arts’ Sake; or, Humanities for Humanity’s Sake,” “Proceedings from ACCUTE’s Professional Concerns Panel:  ‘How Not to Think of the Arts?’ Defending and Promoting the Humanities in an Age of Accounting,” June 5, 1999, Université de Sherbrooke, HSSFC Congress ‘99, ACCUTE Newsletter, June 1999, 20-33.  (Reprinted in abridged form as “Humanities for Humanity’s Sake,” University Affairs, April 2000, pp.16-21.)

“Preface:  Archibald Lampman” (November 17, 1861- February 10, 1899),” Canadian Poetry:  Studies, Documents, Reviews, Spec. Archibald Lampman issue, 45 (Fall/Winter, 1999):  5-8.

“Preface: Al Purdy  (December 30, 1918 – April 21, 2000),” Canadian Poetry: Studies,Documents, Reviews 46 (Spring/Summer, 2000): 5-7.

“A Possible Pictorial Inspiration for Christina Rossetti’s ‘The Prince’s Progress’,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 9 (Fall 2000):  51-54 (with 1 b/w illustration).

“Preface:  On the Confederation Poets’ Companionship with Nature: Contexts,” Canadian Poetry:  Studies, Documents, Reviews 47 (Fall/Winter, 2000): 5-13.

“Preface: On the Confederation Poets’ Companionship with Nature: Lampman,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 48 (Spring/Summer 2001): 5-12.

“The Other Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure:  Creativity, Innovation, Critique, and the Humanities,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 10 (Spring 2001):  43-57.

“Preface: On the Confederation Poets’ Companionship with Nature: Carman,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 49 (Fall/Winter 2001): 5-15.

“Preface: Canadian Poetry: the First Twenty-five Years,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 50 (Spring/Summer 2002): 5.

“Seroux D’Agincourt’s Histoire as a Possible Point of Departure for Two Pictures by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Some Contingent Observations,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 11 (Fall 2002); 33-42 (with 2 b/w illustrations).

“Preface: Rummagings 1: Charles Sangster,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 51 (Fall/Winter 2002): 5-7.

“Charles G.D. Roberts’s Use of ‘Indian Legend’ in Four Poems of the Eighteen Eighties and ‘Nineties,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 51 (Fall/Winter 2002): 18-38.

“Mary Philadelphia Merrifield’s Edition of Cennino Cennini’sIl Libro dell’ Arte and Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘Hand and Soul’,” English Language Notes 40.3 (March 2003): 49-58.

“Love for Love: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Bocca Baciata and ‘The Song of the Bower’,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 12 (Fall 2003): 5-16.

“Preface: Rummagings 2: Stephen Leacock,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 53 (Fall/Winter 2003): 5-8.

“Psychoanalytical Notes upon an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia (Dementia Paranoides): Mrs Bentley in Sinclair Ross’s As for Me and My House,” University of Toronto Quarterly 73.3 (Summer 2004): 862-85.

“The Principal Pre-Raphaelite Pictures of James Collinson,” Victorian Review 30.1(2004): 21-43 (with 2 b/w illustrations)

“Preface: Rummagings 4: John Maynard in Leacock’s Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 54 (Spring/Summer 2004): 5-11.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Lady Lilith, Sibylla Palmifera, ‘Body’s Beauty,’ and ‘Soul’s Beauty’,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 13 (Fall 2004): 63-74.

“Preface: Rummagings 3: A.M. Klein’s The Rocking Chair and Other Poems and Gabrielle Roy’s Bonheur d’occasion,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 56 (Spring/Summer 2005): 5-8.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Anglo-Dutch Emblem Tradition,” Victorian Newsletter 108 (Fall 2005): 6-13 (with 9 b/w illustrations).

“D. G.Rossetti’s Ruskinian Water-Colours of 1855,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 14 (Fall 2005): 17-29.

“Shadows in the Soul: Racial Haunting in the Poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott,” spec. issue on AHaunting in Canadian Literature,” University of Toronto Quarterly, 75.2 (Spring 2006): 752-70.

“Rummagings, 5: Northrop Frye’s ‘Garrison Mentality’,” Canadian Poetry; Studies, Documents, Reviews 58 ( Spring/Summer 2006): 5-9.

“Hardy’s Wessex …,” Victorian Studies Association of Ontario Newsletter (May 2007): 6.

“’La Bocca Mi Baciò’: The Love Kiss in the Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 16  (Spring 2007): 31-44.

“Rummagings 6: Romulus: The Village that Did Not Rise,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, 61 (Fall/Winter 2007): 5-11.

“Making an Unfrequented Path of Art His Own: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Paintings in the Aesthetic Mode,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 17 (Spring 2008): 21-35.

“’Of Venus and Cupid —  Strange Old Tales’ in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti,” Special Focus: Victorian Literature and Classical Myth, ed. Catherine Maxwell, Victorian Review 34.2 (Fall 2008): 83-102, including 1 b/w illustration.

“Rummagings 7: ‘The Empty Expanse of Negation’: Nathan Phillips Square in Dennis Lee’s Civil Elegies,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 63 (Fall/Winter 2008): 5-17.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s “‘The Staff and Scrip’ and Related Pictures,” The Year’s Work in Medieval Studies XXI, 2008. Ed. M.J. Toswell. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2009. 109-27.

“’Polysemos, hoc Est Plurium Sensum’: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Paintings of Jane Morris,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 18 (Spring 2009): 59-80.

“Pre-Raphaelite Typology,” University of Toronto Quarterly 78.3 (Summer 2009): 821-50.

“Rummagings, 8:  “‘Oh, God! O Montreal!’: Samuel Butler in Canada,” Canadian Poetry, Studies, Documents, Reviews, 65 (Fall/Winter 2009): 5-8.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti as Disegnatore:  Hesterna Rosa, Found, Hamlet and Ophelia, and Mary Magdalene at the Door of Simon the Pharisee,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 18 (Fall 2009): 41-67.

“Impenetrable Dooms’: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s The Question and Its Two Explanatory Sonnets,” Victorian Newsletter, 116 (Fall 2009): 52-65.

“Intellectual, Spiritual, Super-Subtle, Aesthetically Pleasing: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Roman Widow,” British Art Journal 10.2 (Winter 2009): 60-64.

“Rummagings, 9: Charles G.D. Roberts’s Tantramar: Towards a Theory of  the Literary Possession of Place and  Its Implications, Canadian Poetry, Studies, Documents, Reviews, 66 (Spring/Summer 2010): 5-15.

“A Canadian Home Magazine,” Early Canadian Periodicals Project, ed. Sandra Alston, Facsimile, 28 (Summer 2010): 43-45.

“’ A Very Clever and Finished Piece of Writing’: William Michael Rossetti’s ‘Mrs. Holmes Grey,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies NS 20 (Spring 2011): 5-25.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘Inner Standing-Point’ and ‘Jenny’ Reconstrued,” University of Toronto Quarterly 80.3 (Summer  2011): 680-717.

“William Young Ottley’s The Italian School of Design among the Pre-Rapahelites,” Notes and Queries, NS 58.4 (December 2011): 561-63.

“The Romantic Aesthetics of Settlement in 19th Century  Canada,” Literary Compass, 9/1 (2012): 66-79.

“A Pre-Raphaelite Abroad: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘A Trip to Paris and Belgium’,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 21 (Spring 2012): 31-62.

“Rummagings, 12: A Man from Glengarry: John Rae, Political Economist,” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 70 (Spring/Summer 2012): 5-14.

“Charles G.D. Robert,” The Yellow Nineties Online, ed. Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra (http://www.1890s.ca, 2013).

“Inside Bocca Baciata,” Pre-Raphaelite Society Newsletter of the United States 32 (Winter 2012): 1-2; with 1 b/w illustration.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Painter Paintings: Giotto Painting the Portrait of Dante, Fra Pace, and St. Catherine.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, NS 22(Spring 2013): 53-74.

“An Uncollected Poem by Thomas Moore,” Notes and Queries 60.2 (June 2013): 226-27.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘“Absurd,’ Antiquarian, and ‘Modern-Antique’ Medievalism(s): Girlhood of Mary Virgin, ‘The Bride’s Prelude,’ and ‘Stratton Water’,” Victorian Poetry, 51.1 (Spring 2013): 99-125.

“Rummagings, 13: Archibald Lampman’s ‘The King’s Sabbath’,” Canadian Poetry, Studies, Documents, Reviews 71 (Fall/Winter 2012): 5-9.

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IX. EDITORIAL WORK:

i. JOURNAL:

Founder and editor, Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews:

No. 1 (Fall/Winter, 1977), 92 pp.

No. 2 (Spring/Summer, 1978), 126 pp.

No. 3 (Fall/Winter, 1978), 102 pp.

No. 4 (Spring/Summer, 1979), 142 pp.

No. 5 (Fall/Winter, 1979), 135 pp.

No. 6 (Spring/Summer, 1980), 113 pp.

No. 7 (Fall/Winter, 1980), 98 pp.

No. 8 (Spring/Summer, 1981), 110 pp.

No. 9 (Fall/Winter, 1981), 112 pp.

No. 10 (Spring/Summer, 1982), 146 pp.

No. 11 (Fall/Winter, 1982), 145 pp. [Special A.J.M. Smith Issue]

No. 12 (Spring/Summer, 1983), 111 pp.

No. 13 (Fall/Winter, 1983), 99 pp. [Special John Glassco issue]

No. 14 (Spring/Summer, 1984), 111 pp. [Special Confederation Poets issue]

No. 15 (Fall/Winter, 1984, 103 pp.

No. 16 (Spring/Summer, 1985), 107 pp.

No. 17 (Fall/Winter, 1985), 107 pp.

No. 18 (Spring/Summer, 1986, 169 pp. [Special issue on Ontario poetry]

No. 19 (Fall/Winter, 1986), 124 pp.

No. 20 (Spring/Summer, 1987), 141 pp. [Tenth Anniversary Issue]

No. 21 (Fall/Winter, 1987), 117 pp.

No. 22 (Spring/Summer, 1988), 94 pp.

No. 23 (Fall/Winter, 1988), 93 pp.

No. 24 (Spring/Summer, 1989), 97 pp.

No. 25 (Fall/Winter, 1989), 89 pp.

No. 26 (Spring/Summer, 1990), 90 pp.

No. 27 (Fall/Winter, 1990), 84 pp.

No. 28 (Spring/Summer, 1991), 99 pp.

No. 29 (Fall/Winter, 1991), 77 pp.

No. 30 (Spring/Summer, 1992), 99 pp. [Carl F. Klinck Memorial Issue]

No. 31 (Fall/Winter, 1992), 116 pp.

No. 32 (Spring/Summer, 1993), 109 pp.

No. 33 (Fall/Winter, 1993), 131 pp.  [Leonard Cohen Conference Proceedings]

No. 34 (Spring/Summer, 1994), 129 pp.

No. 35 (Fall/Winter, 1994), 121 pp.

No. 36 (Spring/Summer, 1995), 137 pp. [Brandon Conron Memorial Issue]

No. 37 (Fall/Winter, 1995), 141 pp.

No. 38 (Spring/Summer, 1996), 159 pp.

No. 39 (Fall/Winter, 1996), 163 pp.

No. 40 (Spring/Summer, 1997), 119 pp.

No. 41 (Fall/Winter, 1997), 136 pp.

No. 42 (Spring/Summer, 1998), 156 pp. [Much with Nature: Ecocritical Essays on Canadian Writing]

No. 43 (Fall/Winter, 1998), 143 pp.

No. 44 (Spring/Summer, 1999), 114 pp.

No. 45 (Fall/Winter, 1999), 117pp. [Archibald Lampman 100th Anniversary Issue]

No. 46 (Spring/Summer, 2000), 114 pp.

No. 47 (Fall/Winter, 2000), 125 pp.

No. 48 (Spring/Summer, 2001), 121pp.

No. 49 (Fall/Winter, 2001), 124pp.

No. 50 (Spring/Summer 2002), 145pp. [25th Anniversary Issue]

No. 51 (Fall/Winter 2002), 108pp.

No. 52 (Spring/Summer 2003), 113pp. [Issue in Memory of Malcolm Ross]

No. 53 (Fall/Winter 2003), 112 pp. No. 56 (Spring/Summer 2005), 141pp.

No. 54 (Spring/Summer 2004), 105 pp.

No. 55 (Fall/Winter 2004), 132pp [Ecocriticism and Contemporary Canadian Poetry. Guest editor: Deborah C. Bowen]

No. 56 (Spring/Summer 2005), 141pp.

No. 57 (Fall/Winter 2005), 138pp. [Queer Desire. Guest Editor: Andrew Lesk.]

No. 58 (Spring/Summer 2006), 127pp.

No. 59 (Fall/Winter 2006), 149pp. [Margaret Avison. Guest Editors: Katherine M. Quinsey and David A. Kent]

No. 60 (Spring/Summer 2007), 167pp.

No. 61 (Fall/Winter 2007), 111pp.

No. 62 (Spring/Summer 2008), 92pp. [James Reaney Memorial Issue]

No. 63 (Fall/Winter 2008), 132pp.

No. 64 (Spring/Summer 2009), 136pp [Anglo-Quebec Poetry. Guest Editor: Jason Camlot]

No. 65 (Fall/Winter 2009), 109pp.

No.66 (Spring/Summer 2010), 134pp.

No.67 (Fall/Winter 2010), 145pp [Barbara Pell Memorial Issue, Guest Editors: Janice Fiamengo and David A. Kent]

No.68 (Spring/Summer 2011), 142pp.

No.69 (Fall/Winter 2011), 120pp.

No.70 (Spring/Summer 2012), 102pp.

No.71 (Fall/Winter 2012), 118pp.

ii. GENERAL EDITOR:

(a) Early Canadian Long Poems series:

Joseph Howe, Acadia, ed. M.G. Parks, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1989), xl + 64 pp.

Oliver Goldsmith, The Rising Village, ed. Gerald Lynch, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1989), xxx + 57 pp. (text of the poem reprinted in Canadian Poetry: from the Beginnings through the First World War, ed. Carole Gerson and Gwendolyn Davies, New Canadian Library [Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1994], pp. 53-70).

Standish O’Grady, The Emigrant, ed. Brian Trehearne, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1989), lxxii + 191 pp.

Adam Hood Burwell, Talbot Road: A Poem, ed. Michael Williams, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1991), xlviii + 93 pp

John Richardson, Tecumseh, A Poem in Four Cantos, ed. Douglas Daymond and Leslie Monkman, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1992), xlviii + 186 pp.

George Longmore, Tecumthe, ed. Mary Lu MacDonald, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1993), xxxviii + 117 pp.

Levi Adams, Jean Baptiste: A Poetic Olio, in II Cantos, ed. Tracy Ware, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1996), xxv + 84 pp.

John Strachan, Poetry, ed. Wanda Campbell, Early Canadian Long Poems (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1996), xxxiii + 218 pp.

Ann Cuthbert Knight, A Year in Canada, ed. Susan Birkwood  (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2004), lv + 81pp.

(b) Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts series:

The War Among the Poets: Issues of Plagiarism and Patronage Among the Confederation Poets, ed. Alexandra J. Hurst, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1994), xxi + 150 pp.

Norman Shrive, The Voice of the Burdash: Charles Mair and the Divided Mind in Canadian LiteraturePost-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts  (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1995), xii + 189 pp.

Theodore Goodridge Roberts, That Far River:  Selected Poems, ed. Martin Ware, with a Preface by Malcolm Ross, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 1998), xxvi + 144 pp.

Charles G.D. Roberts, Orion, and Other Poems, ed. Ross S. Kilpatrick, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 1999), xxxii + 144 pp.

Wanda Campbell, ed. Hidden Rooms:  Early Canadian Women Poets, Early Canadian Long Poems (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 2000), xxvi + 448 pp.

Duncan Campbell Scott, Addresses, Essays and Reviews, ed. Leslie Ritchie, with an Introduction by Stan Dragland, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts, 2 vols. (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2000), xl + 675 pp.

Duncan Campbell Scott, Uncollected Short Stories, ed. Tracy Ware, Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2001), xvii + 175 pp.

Isabella Valancy Crawford, Collected Short Stories, ed. Len Early and Michael Peterman (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2009), xlv + 566pp.

(c) Advisory Editor and Publisher:

A.J.M. Smith, Complete Poems, ed. Brian Trehearne, Modern Canadian Poets  (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 2007), lxvii + 673 pp.

iii. STUDENT EDITIONS OF EARLY CANADIAN LONG POEMS:

Isabella Valancy Crawford, Malcolm’s Katie: A Love Story, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1994), x + 44 pp.

“Introduction,” Oliver Goldsmith, The Rising Village, ed. Gerald Lynch (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1994), pp. vii-ix.

Alexander McLachlan, The Emigrant, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1994), ix + 54 pp.

Thomas Moore, Poems Relating to Canada, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), xi + 18 pp.

George Longmore, The Charivari; or Canadian Poetics: A Tale, after the Manner of Beppo, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), xi + 63 pp.

Adam Kidd, The Huron Chief, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), x + 71 pp.

J. Mackay, Quebec Hill; or, Canadian Scenery.  A Poem.  In Two Parts, ed. with an Introduction (London:  Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), ix + 27 pp.

“Introduction,” Adam Hood Burwell, Talbot Road: A Poem, ed. Michael Williams (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), pp. vii-ix.

“Introduction,” Joseph Howe, Acadia, ed. M.G. Parks (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), pp. vii-ix.

Thomas Cary, Abram’s Plains: A Poem, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), ix + 20 pp.

“Introduction,” John Richardson, Tecumseh, A Poem in Four Cantos, ed. Douglas Daymond and Leslie Monkman (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), vii-xi.

Cornwall Bayley, Canada.  A Descriptive Poem, Written at Quebec, 1805, ed. with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), ix + 23 pp.

Charles Sangster, The St. Lawrence and the Saguenay, ed with an Introduction (London: Canadian Poetry Press, 1997), x + 48pp.

iv. HUMOUR:

Mrs. Walter Buchanan, Piggy: The Authoritative Text, Editorial Paraphernalia, Letters by Buchanan, Criticism, ed. Ursula Hogg-Reave. Snorton Critical Edition ( Galt: Pressporképic, 1996; Kiel, Germany: l&f verlag, 1996): ix + 157pp.

v. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS:

Canadian Poetry: An Electronic Resource (www.canadianpoetry.ca); 9,000 + web pages, consisting of eight sections:

1. Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews (1977- ), Nos 1-50 (issues are added two years after their publication in print form).

2. Early Canadian Long Poems series (bibliographical details above):

Thomas Cary, Abram’s Plains

J. Mackay, Quebec Hill

Anne Cuthbert Knight, A Year in Canada

Adam Hood Burwell, Talbot Road

George Longmore, The Charivari

__________, Tecumthe

John Richardson, Tecumseh

Adam Kidd, The Huron Chief

Joseph Howe, Acadia

John Newton, The Emigrant

Isabella Valancy Crawford, Malcolm’s Katie

Archibald Lampman, The Story of an Affinity

John Strachan, Poems

Mrs. Walter Buchanan, Piggy

3. Early Writing in Canada: English 274 Anthology, ed. Bentley

4. Poems in early Canadian newspapers (each with a Prefatory Note):

Quebec Gazette, 1764 -

Quebec Mercury, 1805 -

Montreal Herald, 1811-

Montreal Vindicator, 1828-29

Index

5. The Confederation group and other post-Confederation poets:Complete poetry by volume:

Charles G.D. Roberts

Bliss Carman

Archibald Lampman

Duncan Campbell Scott

William Wilfred Campbell

Frederick George Scott

Isabella Valancy Crawford

Emily Pauline Johnson

Susie Frances Harrison

Charles G.D. Roberts, Orion, and Other Poems, ed. Ross L. Kilpatrick (bibliographical details above)

__________, In Divers Tones, ed. Tracy Ware

Individual poems:

Bliss Carman, “Corydon: And Elegy,” ed. Bentley

__________, “Marjorie Darrow,” ed. Bentley

Prose:

Charles G.D. Roberts, Non-Fictional Prose, ed. Bentley and Laurel Boone

Bliss Carman, Selected Essays and Reviews, 1884-1922, ed. Terry Whalen

__________, Letters to Margaret Lawrence, 1927-1929 (bibliographical details above)

Archibald Lampman, Essays and Reviews (bibliographical details above)

__________, Fairy Tales (bibliographical details above)

William Wilfred Campbell, Archibald Lampman, and Duncan Campbell Scott, At the Mermaid Inn,

1892- 93, ed. with an Introduction

Joseph Edmund Collins, ed.

Richard Hovey, Essays on Poetic Technique, ed. with an Introduction

Faith L. Malloch, An Intimate Picture of Wilfred Campbell, ed.

Other:

Various previously published articles on the Confederation group.

6. Mnemographia Canadensis: Essays on Memory, Community, and Environment in Canada (bibliographical details above)

7. Canadian Architexts: Literature and Architecture in Canada, 1759-2006.

8. Long poems:

John Viets, Annapolis Royal, ed. with an Introduction and Notes

Stephen Dickson, The Union of Taste and Science, ed. with an Introduction

Arthur Slader, The Burning City, ed. with an Introduction

William Kirby, The U.E., ed. with an Introduction

T.J. Breeze, The Beauties of Belleville, ed. with an Introduction and Notes

A.E.L. Treleaven, Guelph’s Fiftieth Anniversary, ed. with an Introduction and Notes

Barry Straton, The Building of the Bridge, ed. with an Introduction

9. Discussion papers:

“Research-Teaching: the Fundamental Business of Canadian Universities” (bibliographical details above)

“Arts for Arts’ Sake; or, Humanities for Humanity’s Sake” (bibliographical details above)

“Humanities for Humanity’s Sake 2: The Other Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure: Creativity, Innovation, and Critique in the Arts” (bibliographical details above)

“Humanities for Humanity’s Sake 3: The Arts of Choice”

“Humanities for Humanity’s Sake 4: The Future of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council  of Canada”

“Humanities for Humanity’s Sake 5: Resisting Idols in the Transformation of the SSHRC” (bibliographical details above)

“The Shape of the University”

“A Response to the ‘Strategic Plan’ of the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation”

“Western Civility”

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X. PAPERS AND LECTURES PRESENTED:

“The Pre‑Raphaelites and the Oxford Movement,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1975.

“Pan and the Confederation Poets,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., February 1977.

“’Ah, Poor Jenny’s Case’:  Rossetti and the Fallen Woman/Flower,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1978.

“A New Dimension: Notes on the Ecology of Canadian Poetry,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1980.

“The Mower and the Boneless Acrobat: Notes on the Stances of Baseland and Hinterland in Canadian Poetry,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., January 1982.

“The Poetics of Roberts’ ‘Tantramar Space’,” Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, Mount Allison University, October 1982.

“Some Different Conclusions to the Literary History of Canada,” Canadian Studies Programme, McGill University, October 1982.

“Half Passion and Half Prayer:  The New York Nocturnes,” Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, University of Ottawa, May 1983.

“From the Hollow, Blasted Pine: Centrifugal Tendencies in Adam Kidd’s The Huron Chief,” Long Poem Conference, York University, June 1984.

“Of Grace Unknown: Aesthetic Implications of Rossetti’s Positive Agnosticism,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., January 1985.

“A Wizard to the Northern Poets: William Morris in Nineteenth‑Century Canadian Poetry,” William Morris Society of Canada and Department of English, University of Toronto, May 1984.

“Theory in the Classroom: [One of] Three Views of P.K. Page’s ‘The Permanent Tourists’,” Association of Canadian University Teachers of English Conference, May 1985.

“Large Stature and Larger Soul: Notes on the Herculean Hero and Narrative in Canadian Literature,” Department of English, McMaster University, October 1985.

“Remembering and Forgetting in Canadian Literature and Criticism,” Kontakte Forum on Poetics: Inaugural “Event,” Artculture Resource Centre, Toronto, March 1986 (Invited).

“’There is no Friend like a Sister’: Audience and Reading in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., October 1986.

“Large Stature and Larger Soul: Notes on the Herculean Hero and Narrative in Canadian Literature,” Association of Canadian University Teachers of English Conference, McMaster University, May 24, 1987.

“’The Maiden, Speechless, Gentle Ways a Woman Has’: Feminine Absent-Mindedness in Isabella Valancy Crawford’s Malcolm’s Katie,” Engendring Woman Colloquium, U.W.O., January 1988.

“Breaking the Cake of Custom: the Atlantic Crossing as a Rubicon for Female Emigrants to Canada?” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., February 1988.

“Breaking the Cake of Custom: the Atlantic Crossing as a Rubicon for the Female Psyche” and “Summary Remarks,” Concluding Panel, Nineteenth-Century Women Writers Symposium, University of Ottawa, April/May 1988.

“The Canadian Poetry Press Editions of Early Canadian Poems: the First Phase,” Annual General Meeting, Bibliographical Society of Canada, University of Windsor, May 1988.

“Keeping the Past Present: the Work of the C.I.H.M., Association for Canadian Studies Conference, University of Windsor, June 1988.

“Unheard Commands: an Approach to Influence and Creativity in Canadian Poetry,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1988.

“Trees and Forest: Notes on Miscellany and Unity in Nineteenth-Century Canadian Literature,” Towards a History of the Literary Institution in Canada: Literary Genres Conference, University of Alberta, November 1988.

“Seeing Canada and Ourselves in Early Canadian Poetry,” Identities Series, Faculty of Arts Students’ Association U.W.O., November 1988.

“Carman and Mind Cure: Theory and Technique” and “Summary Comments,” Bliss Carman Symposium, University of Ottawa, April 1989.

“’The City of the End of Things’ and an Approach to Influence in Canadian Poetry,” Association of Canadian University Teachers of English Conference, Laval University, May 1989.

“Locke, Hartley, and Dr. Johnson in Quebec: Cornwall Bayley’s Canada (1805),” Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Laval University, May 1989.

“Modernism, the nth Adam and the Disappearance of Canada,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1989.

“Coming Down to Earth after Deconstruction and Post-Structuralism: an Ecological Approach to Poetry,” Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1989.

“’Along the Line of Smoky Hills’: Steps towards an Ecological Poetics,” Arts Students’ Council Contemporary Canadian Literature and Art Series, March 1990.

“New History of the Canadian Long Poem,” McGill University, March 1990.

“An Ecological Approach to the Long Poem on Canada,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., October 1990.

“Isaac Weld and the Continuity of Canadian Poetry,” Canadian Association of Irish Studies, February 1991.

“Legal, Religions, and Sociological Backgrounds to the Depiction of Native Peoples in Early Canadian Writing,” Senior Alumni Program, U.W.O., March 1991.

“’We in Dreams Behold the Hebrides’: Alexander McLachlan’s The Emigrant,” and “Scotland and Canada: Reassessing the Margins” (Concluding Panel discussion), Conference on the Scottish Influence on Canadian Literature, Centre of Canadian Studies, University of Edinburgh, May 1991.

“Concepts of Native Peoples and Property Rights in Canadian Poetry: The Rising Village and its Background,” Dalhousie University, October 1991.

“’Their Right to Rule the Mountain and the Plain’: Reflections of Native Property Rights in Canadian Poetry,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., November 1991.

“The Microreproduction of Canada’s Periodicals Heritage to 1901,” Research Society for Victorian Periodicals Conference, Washington, D.C., November, 1991.

“Noble or Ignoble Savage?  the Case of John Richardson’s Tecumseh,” Department of English Colloquium Series, U.W.O., October 1992.

“The Pioneer Picturesque and Settler Sublime,” New World vs. Old: Discovery, Discourse, and Rediscovery in the Eighteenth Century, Conference of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies and the Atlantic Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Memorial University, October 1992.

“Canadian Literature and Culture,” Learning Unlimited, Woodstock, November 1992.

“The Neo-Loyalist Heroism of William Kirby,” Conference on Heroic Poetry in Honour of C.B. Hieatt, U.W.O., March 1993.

“John Strachan’s Construction of Ontario in `Verses … 1802,`”  Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Carleton University, June 1993.

“Wandering on a Distant Shore: The Emigrant of Standish O’Grady,” Association for Canadian Studies Conference, Carleton University, June, 1993.

“Thomas Moore, Romantic Lyricism, and the Construction of Central Canada,” Romanticism and the Ideologies of Genre, Inaugural Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, U.W.O., August 1993.

“Amor Patriae in Joseph Howe’s Acadia,” Biennial Conference, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, New Orleans, November 1993.

“Historied Trees: Natural Repositories of Social Memory in Canadian Culture,” Biennial Conference, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, New Orleans, November 1993.

“Royal Engineers, Topographical Poems, the Quebec Model, and the Construction of Central Canada,” Humanities Lecture Series, Bishop’s University, March 1994.

“Thomas Moore’s Construction of Upper Canada in `Ballad Stanzas’,” Cultural Studies in Canada Conference, University of Toronto, May 1994.

“Research-Teaching: the Fundamental Business of Canadian Universities,”  Council of Ontario Universities Colloquium on Research and Teaching, U.W.O., May, 1994 (also delivered to a delegation from the Ontario Council on University Affairs at U.W.O., May 1994).

“Made One with Nature: the Commemorative Odes of the Confederation Poets,” The Political and Aesthetic Education of Romanticism, Second Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, Duke University, November 1994.

“Western: A Community of Scholars?”  Powers of Partnership Conference of the University Students’ Council, U.W.O., December 1994.

“Royal Engineers, Topographical Poems, and the Literal and Literary Construction of Central Canada,” Civil Engineering Seminar Series, Faculty of Engineering, U.W.O., January 1995.

“‘The Maple Leaf Forever’: Trees and Memory in London and Canada,” Senior Alumni Program, U.W.O., January 1995.

“An Ancient Custom . . . Transplanted: the Charivari in Post-Conquest Canada,” The Cultural Work of Ritual, Symbol, and the Other, Medieval and Renaissance Seminar Conference, U.W.O., February 1995.

“UnCannyda,” Cities, Gardens, Wildernesses Conference, British Comparative Literature Association, Edinburgh, July 1995.

“Memorable Poems, Collective Memory, and the Cultural Construction of Canada,” Department of English and Canadian Studies Program, University of Ottawa, October 1995.

“The Literary Construction of Canada in Canadian Poetry,” Department of English, York University, November 1995.

“The Cultural Work of Memorable Poems in Canada,” Department of English, University of Alberta, February, 1996 and Department of English, Simon Fraser University, March 1996.

“Some Literary and Material Components of Collective Memory in Canada,”  McGill Institute for the Study of Canada and Department of English, McGill University, March 1996.

“Colonial Colonizing: the Long Poem in Canada,” keynote address, The Canadian Long Poem Conference, Reappraisals: Canadian Writers Series, University of Ottawa, April 1996.

“American Meteorological Determinism and the Construction of Post-Colonial Canadian Identity,” The Viking Connection: Canada: Continentalist Perspectives Conference, Institute of English and American Studies, University of Greifswald, Germany, May, 1996 and in the Politics of Voice: Who or What Shapes North America? Series, School of Applied Linguistics and Cultural Studies, University of Mainz, May 1996.

“’Riotous Uproar’: the Charivari in Lower and Upper Canada,” Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Brock University, May 1996.

“Tourist B(o)ards: Canadian Writers and American Tourism in the Post-Confederation Period,” Department of English Colloquium, U.W.O., October 1996.

“’The Thing Is Found to Be Symbolic’: Symboliste Elements in the Early Short Stories of Gilbert Parker, Charles G.D. Roberts, and Duncan Campbell Scott,” The Canadian Short Story Conference, Reappraisals: Canadian Writers Series, University of Ottawa, April 1997.

“Problems and Opportunities in Canadian Publishing,” in “Professional Concerns: Getting and Staying Published,” joint session of ACCUTE and ACTR, Memorial University of Newfoundland, June 1997.

“(Anti-)Modernism and Moving House(s): Upper Canada Village and Don McKay’s Long Sault,” Department of English Colloquium, U.W.O., November 1997.

“Literary Properties in New Brunswick,” W.C. Desmond Pacey Memorial Lecture, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton and Saint John, February, 1998

“Dead Poets, Cultural Capital, and Canadian Nationalism,” Ogden Glass Lecture, Bishop’s University, March 1998.

“Little Towns and Moving House(s):  (Anti-) Modernity in Upper Canada Village, Scott’s Viger, Leacock’s Mariposa, and Don McKay’s Long Sault,”  Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Bishop’s University, June 1999.

“The McGill Group:  Current Scholarship and Future Prospects,” Executive Roundtable, Canadian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Conference, Université de Sherbrooke, June 1999.

“Arts for Arts’ Sake; or, Humanities for Humanity’s Sake,” Executive Session on AHow Not to Speak of the Arts:  the Humanities in an Age of Accounting,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, Université de Sherbrooke, June 1999.

“Refiguring Importation and Adaptation,” Panel on “Transatlantic Exchanges: British Victorian Studies, and Canadian and American Studies,” Victorian Studies Association of Ontario Conference, Ryerson Polytechnical University, April 8, 2000.

Chair and discussant, “Interdisciplinary Debate” and chair and discussant, “National Roundtable on Creativity and Innovation in Government,” Symposium on Creativity and Innovation in the Arts and Sciences, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Alberta, May 2000.

“The Other Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure:  Creativity, Innovation, Critique and the Humanities,” Special Public Lecture, Inaugural Humanities Day, University of Windsor, February 2001.

“The ‘Oyster,’ ‘Pyramidal,’ and ‘Cyborg’ University,” Panel on the Commercialization of Research, Western Research Forum, March 2001.

“‘Our Little Band’:  Towards a New Literary History of the Confederation Poets,” Plenary Paper, Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Quebec City, May 2001.

“Busy People, Mind Cure, and Therapeutic Scenery in Canadian Poetry, 1880-1920.  The Case of Archibald Lampman,” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism/Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English, Quebec City, May 2001.

“‘Willie Longstaff’:  Bliss Carman’s Self-Construction as Merry Man,” Third Biennial Robin Hood Conference, U.W.O., May 2001.

“Pre-Raphaelite (Dis)continuities: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Arthur’s Tomb, John Ruskin’s Modern Painters, and William Morris’s Early Wallpaper Designs,” Depatamento Filologia Inglese, Universidad Complutense, Madrid,  December 2001.

“‘A Therapeutic Agent of Vital Value’: Canadian Nature as a Cure for ‘Americanitis’ and Other ‘Strange Disease[s] of Modern Life’,” keynote address, Conference of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies, Granada, December 2001.

“Why Choose the Humanities?”, Ridley College, St. Catharines, January 2002.

“Darling Illusions: Memory, History, and Nation in Charles G.D. Roberts’s ‘Tantramar Revisited’ and ‘Canada’,”

Joint Session of the Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures and the Canadian Comparative Literature Association, University of Toronto, May 2002.

“HypheNations: Bridges in French-English, Federal-Provincial, and Canadian-American Relations,” Featured Session, national identity and Cultural Production Conference, Canadian Association for American Studies, University of Western Ontario,  December 2002.

“The ‘Horrible Dialectics’ of Modernity: the Psychogeography of A.M. Klein’s ‘Stranger and Afraid’” and “Summary Remarks,” Canadian Modernists Meet Symposium, Reappraisals of Canadian Writers Series, University of Ottawa, May 2003

“Humanities for Humanity’s Sake: the Arts of Choice,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference , Dalhousie University, May 2003.

“‘New Styles of Architecture, a Change of Heart’? The Architexts of A.M. Klein,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, Dalhousie University, May 2003.

“A Language of Tarpaper and Prefabs: F.R. Scott’s ‘Letters from the Mackenzie River’,”Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Dalhousie University, May 2003.

“Transforming Space into Location: Bridges in Victorian Canada,” Joint Session of Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and Victorian Studies Association of Ontario, Dalhousie University, May 2003.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Anglo-Dutch Emblem Tradition,” Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, University of Manitoba, May 2004.

“The Transformation of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council: Avoiding the Idols of the Market-place,” Professional Concerns Panel: Education, SSHRC’s Transformation and the Humanities, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English, University of Manitoba, May 2004.

“Anna Jameson on the Thames, Upper Canada,” Joint Session of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and the Victorian Studies Association of Ontario, University of Manitoba, May 2004.

“Civic Spaces in Sara Jeannette Duncan’s The Imperialist, Dennis Lee’s Civil Elegies, and Scott Symons’ Place d’Armes,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English , University of Manitoba, June 2004.

“‘The Music of Rhyme, the Rhythm of Planes, the Shape Emblazoned’: Earle Birney’s ‘Commentary’ on Modern West Coast Architecture,” Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures, University of Manitoba, June 2004.

“Real Houses and Imaginary Characters in Brantford, Ontario and Cavendish, Prince Edward Island,” Invited Public Lecture, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford, February 1, 2005.

“‘Me and the City That’s Never Happened Before’: Dionne Brand in Toronto,” Postcolonial and Globalization Interdisciplinary Studies Research Group, University of Western Ontario, February 11, 2005.

“The Poetics of Toronto as a Postcolonial Community in Poem XXII of Dionne Brand’s Thirsty,” Poetics and Popular Culture Conference in Honour of Frank Davey, University of Western Ontario, March 2005.

“‘Dear Lovely Spot!’: Creating Home in Early Canadian Literature,” Retired Academics Society, University of Western Ontario, March 2005.

“‘I’ll Tell You What I’ve Seen at Yonge and Bloor / At This Crossroad’: Dionne Brand’s Toronto,” Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, University of Western Ontario, May 2005.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Ruskinian Water Colours of 1855,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and Victorian Studies Association of Ontario, University of Western Ontario, May 2005.

“Sex, Tombs, and Wallpaper: the Entanglements of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and William Morris,” Coterie Lecture Series, University of Western Ontario, February 2006.

“Saints, Sinners, and Sirens: the Paintings of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, St. Luke’s Anglican Church, London, April 2006.

“‘A Glorious Field upon which to Work’: Environmental Determinism in Post-Confederation Canadian Aesthetics, Architecture, and Literature,” Splendour in the Grass, Victorian Studies Association of Ontario Conference, University of Toronto, April 2006.

“Unremembered and Learning Much: LAC Alfred W. Purdy” and “Summary Remarks,” Al Purdy: the Ivory Thought Symposium, Reappraisals of Canadian Writers Series, University of Ottawa, May 2006.

“Scott Symons’ Homosentient Canadian Nationalism,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, York University, May 2006.

“The Hidden Interiors of Duncan Campbell Scott’s ‘The Little Milliner’ (1896),” Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, York University, May 2006.

“Black Cities, White Cities: the Dystopian and Utopian Visions of Archibald Lampman,” Canadian Assocaition for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Conference, York University, May 2006.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘Jealous God’: ‘The Staff and Scrip’ and Related Pictures,” Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, York University, May 2006.

“Underground Woman: Di Brandt’s ‘Zone: <le Détroit’,” Canadian Comparative Literature and Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures, York University, May 2006.

“Saints, Sinners, and Sirens in Pre-Raphaelite Painting,” Senior Alumni, University of Western Ontario, and Learning Unlimited (Oxford), Woodstock, April 2007.

“Jumping to Conclusions: Frye on Canadian Literature,” Northrop Frye: New Directions for Old Symposium, Reappraisals of Canadian Writers Series, University of Ottawa, May 2007.

“Coming to Be at Home in English Canada: A Phenomenological Approach to Early Canadian Writing,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, University of Saskatchewan, May 2007.

“‘And Barn-Boards from the Country North of …’: Al Purdy’s Literal and Literary Building,” Romanticism and Experience, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English, University of Saskatchewan, May 2007

“‘Sunshine,’ ‘Pitiless Severity,’ and the ‘Utmost Variety’: Climate and Scenery as Determinants of National Identity and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Canada,” Romanticism and Experience, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, University of Saskatchewan, May 2007.

“The Mouth-to-Mouth Kiss and Its Implications in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Beyond,” Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, University of Saskatchewan, May 2007.

“‘The World of Our Fathers with Its 4 Charackteristicts, Religion, Art, Chivalry & Love’: Medieval Presences in Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘The Staff and Scrip’ and Related Water Colours,” Neomedievalism Conference of the International Society for Studies in Medievalism, University of Western Ontario, October 2007.

“Saints, Sinners, and Sirens: Women in the Work of the Pre-Raphaelites,” Coterie Lecture, University of Western Ontario, February 2008.

“The Interior as ‘Common Property’ and ‘Uncontrollable heart’ in Duncan Campbell Scott’s In the Village of Viger,” Victorian Studies Association of Ontario Conference, University of Toronto, April 2008.

“Location Studies: a Prospectus,” New Directions in Early Canadian Literary Studies, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, University of British Columbia, May 2008.

“‘Within Earshot almost of Hogarth’s Grave’: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Found and ‘Jenny’,” Perspectives in Christian Interpretation, Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, University of British Columbia, June 2008.

“The Sexual Languages of Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Venus Verticordia and Related Works,” The Victorians and Language, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and Victorian Studies Association of Ontario Conference, University of British Columbia, June 2008.

“‘Nothing More than a Skeleton’: the Canadian-American Bridge in Thomas King’s Truth and Bright Water,” Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, University of British Columbia, June 2008.

“Thomas Cary’s Work for the ‘Peace and Good Order of a Well-Regulated Society’,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, Carleton University, May 2009.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti as Disegnatore: Mary Magdalene at the Door of Simon the Pharisee,” Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, Carleton University, May 2009.

“’The Florence of Canada, if Not America’: Archibald Lampman’s Visions of and for Ottawa,” Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Carleton University, May 2009.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘Jenny’ and ‘Inner Standing-Point’,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, Carleton University, May 2009.

“Painters and Adulterers: William Morris, Jane Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Beginnings of the Arts and Crafts Movement,” Senior Alumni Program, University of Western Ontario, November 2009.

“Reflections on the Situation and Study of Early Canadian Literature in the Long Confederation Period” (keynote address), Rediscovering Early Canadian Literature Symposium, University of Ottawa, May 2010.

“Stephen Leacock’s Satire on the High Church: Dean Drone and the ‘Beacon on the Hill’ in Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, Concordia University, May 2010.

“Staring and Soaring in Gabrielle Roy’s Bonheur d’occasion/The Tin Flute,” Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, Concordia University, May 2010.

“Charles G.D. Roberts’s Tantramar: Towards a Theory of the Literary Possession of Place and Its Implications,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, Concordia University, May 2010.

“University Essay Writing,” Conference of Independent Teachers of English,” Ridley College, April 2011.

“Approaches to Christina Rossetti’s ‘Goblin Market’,” Appleby College, May 2011 and May 2011.

“Because It’s Gone’: Chorley Park in Anne Michaels’ Fugitive Pieces,” Materials Culture in Canadian and Transnational Contexts Symposium, University of  Ottawa,  May 2011.

“The Picturesque Aesthetic of the ‘Settler Revolution’,” Association of Canadian and Quebec Literatures Conference, University of New Brunswick, May 2011.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘Absurd’ Medievalisms in Context,” Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, University of New Brunswick, May 2011.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Painting of Giotto Painting the Portrait of Dante,” Dante and the Christian Imagination Conference, University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, March 2012.

“Pre-Raphaelites Abroad: A Phenomenological Reading of Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘A Trip to Paris and Belgium” as a Reflection of Pre-Raphaelite Aesthetics,” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English Conference, University of Waterloo/Wilfrid Laurier University, May 2012.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Painter Pictures, Robert Browning’s ‘Art-Poems,’ and the End of Pre-Raphaelitism in Rossetti’s St. Catherine,” Christianity and Literature Study Group Conference, University of Waterloo/Wilfrid Laurier University, May 2012.

“Artistic Interrelationships and Hierarchies in Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Painting of Giotto Painting the Portrait of Dante,” Rivalry in the Arts: The Inaugural Conference in Paragone Studies, Society for Paragone Studies and the Flint Institute of Arts, University Michigan-Flint, July 2012.

“Educated  Imaginations as the Engines of Innovation,” Imagining Canada’s Future: The Culture of Innovation: A Southwestern Ontario Perspective Conference on the Future of the SSHRC, Niagara-on-the-Lake, September 2012.

“Blessed Virgins, Fallen Women, and Femmes Fatales in Pre-Raphaelite Painting,” Society for Learning in Retirement, London, March 2013.

“Apologia for Being ‘Old School’,” The Victorianists’ Workshop: New Approaches to Archives, Methods, and Pedagogy, Victorian Reading Group Conference, Western University/Huron College, April 2013.

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XI. WORK IN PROGRESS:

i. ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION:

“The Poetry of the Canoe: Songs of the Great Dominion,” “Anthologizing Canadian Literature: Theoretical and Cultural Perspectives,” ed. Robert Lecker (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2013 (TS.: 41pp).

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti,” “The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature,” ed. Dino Franco Felluga (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014) (TS.: 14pp.).

“The Fin de Siècle in Canada,” “The Fin-de-Siècle World,” ed. Michael Saler (Taylor and Francis/Routledge, 2013) (TS.: 23pp).

“Reflections on the Situation and Study of Canadian Literature in the Long Confederation Period,” “Foreign Territory, Home Ground,” ed. Janice Fiamengo (University of Ottawa Press, 2013) (TS.: 43pp.).

“British Poets, Classical Myths, Canadian Locations,” “Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature,” ed. Cynthia Sugars (Oxford University Press, 2014) (TS.: 35pp.).

ii. IN PREPARATION:

(a) Books and editions:

Editions of Archibald Lampaman’s “Episkopon” and unpublished novel

“Numbers to Proclaim: Essays on Pre-Confederation Writing in Canada”

“Vantage Ground: Essays on the Confederation Group”

“By Necessity and Indirection: Essays on Modernism in Canada”

Collection of Essays on Pre-Raphaelite Poetry and Painting

(b) Articles and Essays

“Pre-Raphaelitism and Modernism”

(c) Other:

Preliminary work, including the assembly of materials, for scholarly editions of the complete poems and complete letters of Archibald Lampman and Duncan Campbell Scott.

Continuing augmentation of Canadian Poetry: An Electronic Resource ( http://www.canadianpoetry.ca) consisting of back issues of Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews (55 completed to date), Early Writing on Canada, the works of the Confederation group of Canadian poets, materials from the Early  Canadian Long Poem and Post-Confederation Poetry: Texts and Contexts Series, poetry from early Canadian newspapers, and other elements

Assembly of a collection of “Prologues” presented at the opening of Canadian theatres during the Pre-     Confederation period for either paper or electronic publication.

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XII. ADMINISTRATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS:

i. DEPARTMENT:

Member and chair of various and numerous course, examining, field-study, and ad hoc committees.

Member, Committee on Graduate Studies, 1977‑79

Member, Committee on Undergraduate Studies, 1979‑81

Member, Development Committee, 1979‑81

Member, Committee on Colloquia, etc., 1981‑83

Vice‑Chair, Committee on Graduate Studies, 1983‑84

Chair, Committee on Graduate Studies, 1984‑86

Assistant Chair, Department of English, 1984‑86

Member, Budget and Development Committee, 1984‑86

Member, Committee on Colloquia, etc., 1986-88

Member, Ad hoc Committee on the “Romanticism in Canada Conference,” 1987-88

Member, Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 1989-91

Member, Committee on Undergraduate Studies, 1991-93

Member, Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluations, 1991-92

Member, Ad hoc Committee on Plagiarism, 1992-93

Member, Ad hoc Committee on English 201, 1992-93

Member, Committee on Graduate Studies, 1994-95

Member, Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 1995-98

Member, Nominations Committee, 1998-1999.

Member, Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 2000.

Member, Appointments Committee, 2000-02

Member, Committee on Graduate Studies, 2003-04

Member, Annual Performance Evaluation Committee, 2003-04

Member, Appointments Committee, 2004-05

Member, Committee on Undergraduate Studies, 2005-07

Member, Committee on Graduate Studies, 2007-09

Member, Ad hoc Committee on Undergraduate Program Review, 2009-10

Member, Annual Performance Evaluation Committee, 2010-12

Member, Ad hoc Appointments Committee, April-May, 2012

ii. FACULTY:

Member, Faculty of Arts Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1986-88

Member, Faculty of Arts Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1991-92

Member, Faculty of Arts Executive Committee, 1991-93

Member, Faculty of Arts Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1993-94

Chair, Decanal Ad Hoc Committee for Program Review in the Faculty of Arts, 1997

Member, English Chair Selection Committee, 2006

Member, Faculty of Arts and Humanities Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2011-13

iii. UNIVERSITY:

Member, Ad hoc Committee on the Croker Report, 1986

Member, Senate Subcommittee on Priorities in Academic Planning (Academic Development Fund), 1986-87

Member, Graduate Studies Internal Appraisals Committee, 1986-88

SSHRCC General Grants Committee, July 1, 1986-87

Chair, Senate Subcommittee on Academic Planning, 1987-88

Member, Senate Committee on Appeals, November, 1990-94

Member, Ad hoc Appeal Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies, 1991

Member, Dean of Journalism Selection Committee, 1993-94

Senator, Representing Faculty of Graduate Studies, 1993-95

Member, Senate Committee on Admissions and Academic Programs Policy (SCAAPP), 1993-95

Vice-Chair, Senate Committee on Appeals, 1994-95

Vice-Chair, Senate Committee on Admissions and Academic Programs Policy (SCAAPP), 1995

Member, Ad hoc Senate Committee on SUPAD Peer Review Practices, 1995

Member, Senate Selection Committee for Provost and Vice-President Academic, 1994-95

Member, Internal SSHRCC Research and Travel Grants Committee, 1994-95

Member, Provost’s Ad hoc Committee on Conditions of Appointment with Regard to Appeals Arising from the Race Relations Policy and the Policy and Procedures for the Conduct of Research, 1996

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Faculty of Law, 1996-98

Member, Graduate Studies Internal Appraisals Committee, 1996-99

Member, Internal SSHRCC Travel and Research Committee, 1996-97

Chair, Provost’s Advisory Committee on Undergraduate Degrees and Programs , 1997-98.  (Report, submitted April 1998, 16 pp + 147 pp. of appendices, provided the basis for the implementation of the modules system and other revisions.)

Vice-Chair, Senate Committee on Appeals, 1996-97

Chair, Senate Committee on Appeals, 1997-99

Senator, Representing Faculty of Graduate Studies, 1998-01

Member, Faculty of Graduate Studies Grievance Committee, 1998-2002

Member, Senate Committee on University Planning, 1998-2002

Member, Decanal Selection Committee, Faculty of Engineering, 1998-99

Member, Faculty of Graduate Studies Policy Committee, 1998-2002

Member, Electoral Board for Chancellor, 1999

Member, Strategic Planning Task Force, 2000-01). (Report, Making Choices: Western’s Commitments as a Research-Intensive University, submitted October 2001, 47pp.)

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Computer Science, 2000-02

Chair, Graduate Studies Policy Committee, 2000-02

Chair, Senate Committee on University Planning, 2001-02

Senator, Representing Faculty of Graduate Studies, 2001-02

Member (ex officio), Senate Subcommittee on Enrolment planning and Policy, 2001-02

Member (ex officio), Senate Committee on Academic Planning, 2001-02

Member (ex officio), Senate Committee on Housing Policy, 2001-02

Member (ex officio), Senate Committee on Information and Technology Services, 2001-02

Member (ex officio), Senate Subcommittee on Capital Allocations , 2001-02

Observer (ex officio), Board of Governors Property and Finance Committee, 2001-02

Member, Vice-President (Research) Search Committee, 2001

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Mathematics, 2003-05

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Computer Science, 2003-05

Member, Graduate Scholarships: Masters Awards Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies, 2003-04

Member, Selection Committee for English and Outreach Librarian, 2002

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Economics, 2004-05

Member, Faculty Scholar Selection Committee, 2004-05

Member, Hellmuth Prize Selection Committee, 2005-06

Member, University Research Board, 2005-08

Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Economics, 2005-06

Member, Representing Faculty, Board of Governors, 2005-10

Member, Senate Committee on University Planning, 2006-10

Member, Campus and Community Affairs Committee, Board of Governors, 2006-2007

Member, SSHRC Internal Research and Travel Committee, 2006-07

Member, McIntosh Gallery Committee, 2007 -

Member, Distinguished University Professorship Selection Committee, 2007-08.

Member, Selection Committee for the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), 2009

Member, Honorary Degrees Committee, 2009-11.

iv. OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY:

Western: A Tradition of Futures (London: U.W.O., 1986), ed., with some text, 23 pp.  (AViews Book” reprinted, with revisions, 1987-94.)

“Margaret Atwood’s Quest for the Canadian Identity,” Parents’ Day, U.W.O., October 1993

Host, citation for Malcolm Ross, Honorary Degree Recipient, Convocation, June 1997

“University of Western Ontario Submission re. SSHRCC Targeted Research,” June 1997, 6 pp.

Participation in Summer Academic Orientation Program, 1997-99

Participation in Panel of 3M Fellows in ASpring Perspectives on Teaching,” May 1998

Participation in the Young Faculty Mentoring Program, 2000-

Supervisor, Academic Internship of Natalie Senst, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, 2004

Poster, “Canadian Architexts: Literature and Architecture in Canada, 1759 to the Present,” Arts and Humanities Research Day, March 2005

Poster, “Rossetti and Co.,” Arts and Humanities Research Day, March 2006.

Participation in Panel on Graduate Supervision, Teaching and Learning Centre, October 2006

Participation in Panel on Teacher-Teaching Assistant Relationship, Teaching and Learning Centre, November 2006.

Participation in student-organized panel on Higher Education, March 2007.

Panellist, Promoting Arts and Humanities in the Media, February 2008.

Participation in course for students in the Scholars Electives Program, 2008 – 2012.

Participation in panel on GLBTS students transition to university, Student Success Centre, 2012.

Sample lecture, Choose Your Own Adventure Conference, May 2012.

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XIII. COMMUNITY SERVICE:

Numerous interviews on local and national radio programmes on such subjects as Canadian literature, Canadian        culture, and creativity and innovation in Canada.

Several opinion pieces in the London Free Press on local and community issues.

Committee of Management, Institute of Canadian Studies, Carleton  University,1974‑75

Director, Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (now Canadiana.org), 1985-92

President, Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (now Canadiana.org), 1988-92

University Representative, Canadian Federation for the Humanities ,1989-95

Member, John Charles Polanyi Prizes Selection Committee,1993-95

Chair, John Charles Polanyi Prizes Selection Committee, 1994-95

Chair, Selection Committee for Head of Matthews Hall School, 1995

University Representative, Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada, 1995 -

Assessor for Ontario Council on Graduate Studies of the M.A. Programme in English at Lakehead University, May 1996

“A Response to Future Goals for Ontario Colleges and Universities,” presented to the Advisory Panel for Future Directions for Postsecondary Education, October 1996, 12 pp. + 7 pp (Appendix)

Member, Board of Directors, Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada, 1996-98

University Representative to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Awareness-Raising Event, Ottawa, November 1998

Academic Colleague Representing the University of Western Ontario on the Council of Ontario Universities, 1998-2002

Council of Ontario Universities’ Representative, Assessment Advisory Committee, Education Quality and Accountability Office (Ontario),1998-2002

“Creating Meaningful Jobs for Ontario’s Young People,” brief to the Ontario Jobs and Investment Board, November 1998, 4 pp.

“Task Force on Creativity, Innovation, and Inventiveness,” proposal to the HSSFC, the MRC, the NSERC, the SSHRC, and the Canada Council, November 1998, 2 pp.

“Arts for Arts’ Sake; or, Humanities for Humanity’s Sake,” discussion paper circulated to university and Arts administrators in Ontario and elsewhere, December 1998, 11 pp.

“ASPP Reader’s Guide (Scholarly Editions),” Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme, HSSFC, March 1999

Instigator and associate organizer, ASymposium on Creativity and Innovation,” May 25 and 26, 2000, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Alberta, the first of two Millennium Conferences on Creativity in the Arts and Sciences sponsored by the National Research Council, the Canada Council, the Social Sciences and Humanities Council, the National Arts Centre, the University of Alberta, and other public and private organizations.

Member, Committee on Policy and Planning, Council of Ontario Universities, 2000-02

Member, Nominations Committee, Council of Ontario Universities, 2001-02

Consultant on the Banff Centre and Creativity, E.Y.E. Inc., Toronto, October 2001-02

Member, Selection Committee, David Smith Award for Contributions to Higher Education, Council of Ontario Universities, 2000-02

Invited Participant, “Creativity Dialogues on the Future of the Banff Centre,” Banff, Alberta, 17-19 November 2002

Member, Board of the Premier’s Research Excellence Awards and Platinum Medals for Research Excellence,  Ontario Ministry of Enterprise, Opportunity and Innovation (now Economics , Development, and Trade 2003-05

Member, Adjudication Committee, Aid to Occasional Research Conferences and International Congresses in Canada Programme, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 2003-05

Assessor for the Ontario Council on Graduate Studies of the graduate programmes in English at Queen’s University, 2003

Participant, Evaluation Study of the Aid to Scholarly Publications Program of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences/ Social Sciences and Humanities Research Counncil, conducted by Goss Gilroy Inc., 2004

Consultant on Programmes, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, 2005

Participant in London Roundtable on the Strategic Plan of the Ontario Research and Innovation Council of the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, Fall 2006 (this and other responses and presentations listed above are available in “Discussion Papers” at http://www.canadianpoetry.ca ).

Organizer, Panel on “Animals in Controversy,” Romanticism and Evolution Conference, University of Western Ontario, May 2011.