Managing Editor, Database of Religious History, University of British Columbia
…University of British Columbia – 2017-
Master of Library and Information Studies candidate
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville – 2011-2013
Bachelor of Arts, Mass Communications
University of Missouri – 2008-2010
Print and Electronic Journalism…
STL -> YVR. MLIS candidate in the School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia.
…University of British Columbia, Vancouver…
I am a Professor of Teaching (like a full Professor, but in a teaching-focused position) in Philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
I specialize in English Renaissance literature, especially Shakespeare. I also have research interests in ecotheory, plant studies, queer studies, and disability studies. I teach at the University of British Columbia.
…University Of British Columbia…
Fionn Byrne teaches at the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada. His research focuses on the relationships between nature, aesthetics, and ethics, using speculative design to challenge dominant environmental narratives.
…University of British Columbia.
PhD in Education
Dissertation: “Different Eyes, Ears, and Bodies: Pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii and the Education of the Sensorium through Musical Performance.”
University of British Columbia.
Master of Music in Composition
University of British Columbia.
Master of Music in Piano Performance
University of Victoria.
Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance
I hold a PhD in Education from the University of British Columbia, as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees in Piano Performance and Composition from the University of Victoria and University of British Columbia. My current research explores how disability in international piano competitions brings about a productive convergence between musical virtuosity and vulnerability. I serve as a Field Editor on disability issues for the Public Philosophy Journal and am working with Melanie Hibbert-Bown of the Intersectionality Network to heighten awareness of, and responsiveness to issues around inclusion and equity in higher education.
…The University of British Columbia…
I am an Associate Professor of German & Scandinavian Studies in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. My teaching and research interests include 18th- to 20th-century German literature, the history and culture of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), and German and Nordic film.
Katrina teaches in the University of Manitoba’s Department of English, Theatre, Film and Media. Her scholarly work explores the spatial manifestations of theatre, as well as ecocritical theatre. She did her graduate work in Theatre Studies at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Dr. Kirsty Johnston. Katrina was the Artistic Director of Vancouver’s Touchstone Theatre from 1997 to 2016. She also co-founded the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival. Her long career as a stage director and producer has had considerable impact on the performing arts on the West Coast of Canada and has been recognized with numerous awards.
I am an Associate Professor of Slavic Studies in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada and the Vice-President of the North American Dostoevsky Society. I specialize in Russian literature and culture of the long nineteenth century, and teach classes about Russian, Slavic and comparative literature and culture. More information about my research and activities can be found on my institutional profile and my personal website.
I’m a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Critical Studies at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus. I earned a Ph.D. in English Literature from Western University, following my M.A. and H.B.A. from the University of Toronto.My fields of interest include Transatlantic Modernism, 20th-Century British & Irish literature, Interdisciplinary Studies, and the art, politics and history of the years between the world wars. In particular, my research considers how several major modernists took part in a widespread conversation about how to reinvent culture in Europe and North America in the early twentieth century. I’ve designed and taught a range of undergraduate and graduate courses in modern literature, poetics, literary theory, drama, composition, and popular culture.