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MemberJoy Palacios

…Simon Fraser U…

I hold a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and I study theatrical and liturgical performance in early modern France. Research and teaching themes include theater and drama, age of Louis XIV, Catholic Counter-Reformation, devotional literature, life writing, court culture, material and visual culture, ritual and performance theory, archival research methods.

MemberLindsey Seatter

Lindsey Seatter (BA, MA, Simon Fraser University) is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of English at the University of Victoria. Her research focuses on the British Romantic period and Digital Humanities, with special interest in women writers, the evolution of the novel, reader engagement, and online communities of practice. Her dissertation, “Imagining Publics, Negotiating Powers,” explores Austen’s use of free indirect discourse as an avenue for mirroring the shifting social spaces of Romantic Britain and navigating the emerging values of various populaces. She also works as a Research Assistant in the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, is a Colloquium Co-Chair for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, and is a Communications Fellow for the Keats-Shelley Association of America.

MemberLeanne Page

…TESOL Diploma, International Language Academy of Canada, 2010
MA English Literature, University of British Columbia, 2009
BA English Literature, British History, French Literature, Simon Fraser University, 2006…

Victorian literature & culture; material culture studies; embodiment; intersections of socio-spatial, psychological, material, and embodied interiorities; adaptation studies; pedagogy