Ian Balfour

  • “Allegories of Origins: Frankenstein after the Enlightenment.” Studies in English Literature. Vol. 56. No. 4. Autumn 2016. Pp. 777-798.
  • “Free Indirect Filmmaking. Jane Austen and the Renditions (On Emma Among its Others). Constellations of a Contemporary Romanticism. Fordham UP, 2016. Pp. 248-66.
  • “Tragedy, Trauerspiel.” German Aesthetics: Fundamental Concepts from Baumgarten to Adorno. J. D. Mininger & Jason Michael Peck. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.

Marcus Boon

  • Nothing: Three Inquiries in Buddhism (University of Chicago, 2015). Written with Eric Cazdyn and Timothy Morton.
  • “The Replication of Ideology: A Conversation Between Adrienne Shaw and Marcus Boon“, Journal of Games Criticism, 2016.
  • “On the Bowerbird, the Difunta Corea and Some Architectures of Sense: An Interview with Alphonso Lingis.” Scapegoat, Eros Issue, spring 2016.
  • “Between Scanner and Object: Drugs and Ontology in Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly,” in The World According to Philip K. Dick, eds. Alexander Dunst and Stefan Schlensag (Palgrave, 2015).
  • “Depropriation: The Real Pirate’s Dilemma” in Postcolonial Piracy, eds. Lars Eckstein and Anja Schwarz (Bloomsbury Press, 2015).

Lily Cho

  • “Diasporic Citizenship and the De-Formations of Citizenship.” The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature. Cynthia Sugars. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2016. 527-38.
  • “Recalibrating Intimacy: Temporalities of the Rural in Elyse Bouvier’s Chinese Restaurant Photographs.” Imaginations: Journal of Cross-cultural Image Studies 7.1. Special issue: North by West. Eds. Kyler Jenner and Andriko Lozowy.
  • Under the Lucky Moose: Belatedness and Citizen’s Arrest in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 30.1 (2015): 147-62. (co-authored with Anita Lam, Criminology, York University).  Honourable Mention, Best English Article 2016, Canadian Law and Society Association.

Julia Creet

  • Data Mining the Deceased: Ancestry and the Business of Family. Written & Directed, J. Creet. World broadcast premier: TVO. 01 Feb 2017.
  • G. Adler: Life, Literature, Legacy. Co-edited with Sara Horowitz and Amira Dan. Northwestern UP, 2016.  Winner of the Canadian Jewish Literary Award for the best book in Jewish Thought and Culture.
  • Symposium Co-organizer. Paris in Post-War Jewish Literary Memory. York University May 24-25, 2016.

David Goldstein

  • Culinary Shakespeare: Staging Food and Drink in Early Modern England. Eds. David B. Goldstein & Amy Tigner. Duke UP, 2016.
  • Shakespeare and Hospitality: Ethics, Politics, and Exchange. Eds. Julia Reinhard Lupton & David Goldstein. Routledge, 2016.
  • Lost Originals. BookThug, 2016. (Poetry)

Agnes Whitfield

  • “Translations/Traductions.” University of Toronto Quarterly. Vol. 85. No. 3 (Summer 2016), pp. 268-299.
  • “Action Research in Translation Studies: Building Relationships with Education Science, Library Science and Literary Translator Communities.” Communities in Translation and Interpreting. Eds. Kristiina Taivalkoski-Shilov, Liisa Tittula & Maarit Koponen. Montréal: Éditions québécoises de l’œuvre, collection Vita Traductiva, January 2017.

Allan Weiss

  • Making the Rounds. (short stories). Edmonton: Edge, 2016.
  • “The Mini-Cycle in Clark Blaise’s Resident Alien.” Clark Blaise: Essays on His Works. Ed. J. R. “Tim” Struthers. Toronto: Guernica, 2016. 259-86.
  • “Crossings and Transformations: An Interview with Clark Blaise (2000).” Clark Blaise: The Interviews. Ed. J. R. “Tim” Struthers. Toronto: Guernica, 2016. 61-87.
  • Review of Blast, Corrupt, Dismantle, Erase: Contemporary North American Dystopian Literature, ed. Brett Josef Grubisic, Gisèle M. Baxter, and Tara Lee. University of Toronto Quarterly 85.3 (2016): 562-63.
  • “Moving Day” (short story). Revue CMC Review 3.1 (2016).
  • “Bus Opera” (short story) Influence and Confluence: East and West: A Global Anthology on the Short Story. Ed. Maurice A. Lee. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016. 294-99.

Robert Zacharias

  • Editor. After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 2015; Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2016.
  • “Introduction: Mennonite/s Writing in North America” (1-18)
  • “The Mennonite Thing’: Identity in a Post-Identity Age” (106-22)
  • “‘A Garden of Spears’: Reconsidering the Mennonite/s Writing Project.” Mennonite Quarterly Review 90.1 (2016): 29-50.
  • “The Transnational Return: Tracing the Spatial Politics of CanLit.” Studies in Canadian Literature. 41.1 (2016): 102-124.
  • “Space and the Postcolonial Novel.” The Cambridge Companion to the Postcolonial Novel in English. Ed. Ato Quayson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2016. 208-29.


MLA Chernoff-Gula

  • “Beyond the Entwurf: Project for a Scientific Death Drive.” Pivot: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Thought. Vol 5, No 1 (2016), pp. 126-52.

Alex Ferrone

  • "Select Here and Then: Theatricalizing Space–Time Compression in Philip Ridley's Mercury Fur." Theatre Survey Vol. 58 No. 3, September 2017, pp. 352-74.

Lauren Fournier

  • (with Amber Christensen & Daniella Sanader). “A Speculative Manifesto for the Feminist Art Fair International: An Interview with Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue of the Feminist Art Gallery.” Desire / Change: Contemporary Feminist Art in Canada. Ed. Heather Davis. McGill-Queen’s UP, 2016, pp. 257-69.
  • “We Should all be Feminists.” Book Review. Canadian Woman Studies Journal. Winter 2015.
  • “Material Girls Takes Up Space at the Dunlop.” Exhibition Review. Canadian Art. April 2015.

Khem Gurgain

  • “The 'Third Space' and the Questions of Identity in Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea. Localities Vol. 5 2015, pp.  65-88.

Kristina Getz

  • “Big About Green: The Ecopoetry of Earle Birney.” Canadian Literature  Vol. 226, Autumn 2015, pp. 76-93.

Justyna Poray-Wybranowska (PhD 2019)

Geoffrey Macdonald

  • “Shadows Pass the Surface: Decolonial (Re)Configurations of Indigenous Presence in Merle Collins’s Colour of Forgetting.” Cultures of Resistance? Theories and Practices of Transgression in the Caribbean and Its Diasporas. Surrey, UK: Ashgate. Forthcoming 2017.

Kristen Smith

  • "601 Christie Street." Canthius 1 (2015): 24.
  • "Rent: Constructing Community." International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 11.2 (2015): 225-38.
  • "John MacKenzie's 'Georgetown Memories': Re-imagining Home and Homeland." Discovering Diaspora: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Inter-disciplinary Press. 2015.

Nasra Smith

  • Transcultural Localities, Memory and Magic Space in M.G. Vassanji’s The Magic of Saida.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, Special Issue, in 2021.
  • “Present Absentees, Weak-Kneed Nobodies”: Exile, the Airport, and Non-Citizenship in Abdourahman Waberi’s Transit. Cultures of Citizenship in the 21st Century. Universitätsverlag Winter/Winter University Press, in 2022.
  • Review of Mobile Urbanity: Somali Presence in Urban East Africa,” edited by Neil Carrier and Tabea Scharrer. African Studies Quarterly, v.20, no. 1, 2021, pp. 129–131.
  • Review of Moving Spaces: Creolisation and Mobility in Africa, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean,” edited byMarina Berthet, Fernando Rosa, Shaun Viljoen. African Studies Quarterly, in 2021.

Sydney Tyber

  • “How Can We Talk About Affect in Digital Performance?” Digital Performance. Spec. Issue of Canadian Theatre Review 159.1 (2014): 82-85. Print.