…BA (hon), Trinity College, University of Toronto
MA, Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
PhD, Medieval Studies, University of Toronto…
I teach method and theory in the study of religion at the University of Toronto. Trained as a medievalist.
University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Doctor of Philosophy, Centre for Medieval Studies (2008).
Thesis Title: “Memoranda and Memoria: Assessing the Preservation of Acta at Eleventh-Century Worcester.”
Advisory committee: Prof. Andy Orchard (supervisor), Prof. Michael Gervers, Prof. Brian Stock.
Master of Arts, Centre for Medieval Studies (2000).
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
Bachelor of Arts, Department of History (1997).
Lawrence University; Appleton, Wisconsin, USA.
Coursework towards BA in Liberal Arts (1980–1981).
…e of Canterbury and the Conversion of the Anglo-Saxons (c. 595)”, in Great Events in Religion: an Encyclopedia of Pivotal Events in Religious History. Andrew Holt and Florin Curta, eds. 3 vols. (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2016), 305 – 7.
Review of Bouchard, Constance Brittain, ed. Three Cartularies from Thirteenth-Century Auxerre. (Medieval Academy Books, No. 113. Toronto, Canada / Buffalo, NY / London, UK: University of Toronto Press, 2012) for The Journal of Medieval Latin 24 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols for the Medieval Latin Assoc. of North America), 285 – 8.
Review of Epigraphic Literacy and Christian Identity: modes of written discourse in the newly Christian European North (edited by Kristal Zilmer and Judith Jesch. Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), for The Medieval Review (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan U…
My field of research is the study of pragmatic aspects of early medieval literate culture, particularly early record-keeping practices and modes of memorialization. My doctoral thesis (Centre for Medieval Studies in the University of Toronto, 2008) is an analysis of the composition and preservation of Worcester Cathedral’s Conquest-era archive. I currently teach undergraduate courses on the Vikings in European History and Culture (University of Trinity College of the University of Toronto), the History of Early and Later Medieval Europe and the History of Anglo-Saxon England (Glendon College of York University); I have also taught in the Department of History of Trent University-Oshawa. I have contributed electronic text markup and data development for Professor A. P. M. Orchard’s “Mapping Anglo-Saxon Poetry Project” (University of Toronto) and pre-Conquest English charter data to Professor Michael Gervers’ DMC-DEEDS Project.
…University Of Toronto…
…Novel: Fancy Gap
My thesis project for University of Toronto’s MA in Creative Writing, Fancy Gap, is a novel about a family separated by illness and addiction in southern Appalachia. Religion, sexuality, amnesia and the region’s sociocultural failings propel two brothers and an estranged, self-radicalized, born-again grandmother into a cause de crise for the mountainous border region of western North Carolina and Virginia.
Status: Completion expected April 2019. Mentored by Pasha Malla.
Poetry Collection: I Come Up From The Earth
A poetry collection written from 2009-2017. The collection began as a mediation on my own ontology and an exercise in meaning-making. As all art is somewhat correlated to experience, this collection is tethered to my ethical worries about serving in the US Army as a medic, a concurrent menta…
Zak Jones completed his Honours BA in English, MA in English [In the Field of Creative Writing] at University of Toronto, where he is currently a Ph.D. student studying narratives of defeat in American “epics.”
…UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, WYCLIFFE COLLEGE
PhD Candidate in Systematic Theology
Advisor: Ephraim Radner
Committee: Joseph Mangina & John Berkman
TRINITY EVANGELICAL DIVINITY SCHOOL
MA in Systematic Theology (2014)
Summa Cum Laude
GOD’S BIBLE SCHOOL & COLLEGE
BA in Pastoral Ministry (2011)…
I am a PhD candidate in systematic theology at the University of Toronto, Wycliffe College. My current research is on the role of scripture in Thomas Aquinas’ doctrine of divine freedom.
…heatre Research. Brock University. May 2014.
“‘Miss Behave’ in TruDynasty Carnival’s 2012 ‘Garden of Eden’ Mas: Biblical Eve goes Bacchanal at Caribbean Carnival.” Congress of the Humanities. Canadian Association of Theatre Research. University of Victoria. June 2013.
“Choreographing Dissent at Toronto’s ‘The Taste of the Danforth Festival.’” American Comparative Literature Association. University of Toronto. April 2013.
“(Dis)Locating Difference on the Grid of the City of Toronto: A Dramaturgy of Caravan Festival Space.” Congress of the Humanities. Canadian Association of Theatre Research. Wilfred Laurier University and University of Waterloo. May/June 2012.
“(Dis)Locating Difference on the Grid of the City of Toronto: A Dramaturgy of Caribbean Carnival Festival Space.” Psi#18. Univer…
…Ph.D., Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies 2006 – September 2016
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Dissertation: “Acting Out(side) the Multicultural Script in Toronto’s Ethno-Cultural Festivals”
Examines the intersections between performances in Toronto’s ethno-cultural festivals and Canada’s official multicultural policy
M.A. Drama 2005 – 2006
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
B.A. Honours Drama 1999 – 2003
Queen’s University, Kingston, ON
Shakespeare Intensive Certificate 08/2001
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, UK…
Jacqueline is a recent Ph.D. graduate from the University of Toronto, Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies. Her dissertation entitled “Acting Out(side) the Multicultural Script in Ethno-cultural Festivals” documents and analyses performances at three of Toronto’s popular ethnocultural festivals, which include the Toronto International Festival Caravan, Toronto Caribbean Carnival, and Krinos Taste of the Danforth. In addition, she produces carnival costumes with TruDynasty Carnival Inc. and Saldenah Carnival mas camps.
…2000 PhD, University of Toronto
Special Field: Medieval and Tudor Drama
Dissertation: “Rhetorical Subversion in the English Moral Interlude 1425-1604”
Supervisor: Dr. D. N. Klausner
External Examiner: Dr. J. A. B. Somerset, Western University
1996 ERASMUS (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) Intensive Programme, “Manuscripts and their Contexts,” Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
1994 MA, University of Alberta
Thesis: “Mundus et Infans (1522): A Dramaturgical Edition”
Supervisor: Dr. G. P. J. Epp
Extra-Departmental Examiner: Prof. Carl Hare
1993 BA (Honours) First Class, University of Alberta
Tutorial Project: “Performativity and Transgression in English Literature 700-1600”
Professional Experience Acting Graduate Coordinator, Department of English, Lakehead University, 2020 Acting Assistant Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Lakehead University, 2018 Associate Professor (tenured), Department of English, Lakehead University, 2010–Present Visiting Professor, Department of English and Film Studies, University of Alberta, 2008, 2009 Graduate Coordinator, Department of English, Lakehead University, 2009-12 Assistant Professor, Department of English, Lakehead University, 2007–2010 Chair of Graduate Council (equivalent to Dean of Graduate Studies), Winona State University, 2005–2007 Associate Professor (tenured), Department of English, Winona State University, 2005–2007 Assistant Professor, Department of English, Winona State University, 2001–2005 Lecturer, Department of English, University of Toronto, 2000–2001 Instructor, Division of Humanities, University of Toronto at Scarborough, 1999–2000
I received my PhD from the Department of English at the University of Toronto where, over the course of my degree, I participated in the transdisciplinary collaborative program “Health Care, Technology, and Place.” In addition to earning recognition for my scholarship and teaching in literature, I have also had a productive career as a researcher in geriatric medicine. My research and teaching center on nineteenth-century British literature and culture, age studies, and humanistic approaches to health and the human body. As of July 2014 I’ll be joining the University of Toronto Scarborough as Assistant Professor of Health Studies, where I am the lead developer and instructor of a new undergraduate course-cluster in “health humanities.” You can contact me at my current institutional email acharise [a t] utsc.utoronto.ca
…University Of Toronto…
…MA University of Toronto
FTCL Trinity College London
FLCM London College of Music
LRAM Royal Academy of Music
PGDip Royal Academy of Music
BA (Hons) University of Toronto…
…Reithmeier, Reinhart, Liam O’Leary, Xiaoyue Zhu, Corey Dales, Abokor Abdulkarim, Anum Aquil, Lochin Broulliard, Samantha Chang, Wenyangzi Shi, Nancy Vu, and Chang Zou. “The 10,000 PhDs Project at the University of Toronto: Using Employment Outcome Data to Transform Graduate Education.” PLoS One 14.1 (2019): e0209898. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0209898
“Giulio Briccialdi: Il principe dei flautisti in inghilterra.” Pan 33.3 (2014): 38–41….
Samantha Chang is a PhD Candidate from the Department of Art History at University of Toronto where she holds a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS) Doctoral Award, a Faculty of Arts and Science Top (FAST) Doctoral Fellowship, and a Mary H. Beatty Fellowship. A professional flutist and conductor, Samantha graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London (England) and she is a fellow of the Trinity College London and the London College of Music. Samantha’s research explores the conceptual relationships between visual arts and music in the early modern period, specifically those of artistic identity, temporality, synaesthesia, and performativity. Her current research project examines the representation of music in the painter’s studio. Samantha is the Microteaching Coordinator and a Humanities Trainer at the Teaching Assistants’ Training Program, Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation at the University of Toronto.
2016: PhD, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
2008: MA, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
2007: BA, Philosophy, University of British Columbia
2003: BSc, Computer Science, University of British Columbia
I am a philosopher of science, social epistemologist, and web developer. My research primarily concerns the production of knowledge as a social product. I teach philosophy and literature for Bard Collegeand the Bard Prison Initiative. I am the web developer for the University of Toronto Scientific Instrument Collection.