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Cross-Appointed Faculty

American Studies:

Elspeth Brown: 20th-Century American cultural history (especially visual and commercial). Bio

Art:

Elizabeth Legge: Dada, Surrealism, and contemporary Canadian and British art. Bio

Cinema Studies:

Kay Armatage (Emeritus): Women Filmmakers of the Silent Era; Documentary Film. Bio

Corinn Columpar: Film Theory; Feminist Film Criticism; Filmmaking Practices and Textual Politics of Various Counter Cinematic Traditions (feminist, queer, aboriginal, “independent”); Corporeality and Representation. Bio

Charlie Keil: Film History and Historiography; Early Cinema; Genres of Film. Bio

Rob King (Associate): Film Historiography. Bio

Nicholas Sammond: Cinema and Cultural Studies. Bio

Bart Testa (Associate): Film Genres and Criticism. Bio

Classics:

Martin Revermann: Ancient Greek Drama. Bio

Comparative Literature:

Antje Budde: Experimental Theatre – European and Chinese. Bio

Linda Hutcheon (Emeritus): Cultural Studies and Post-Modern Theory; Opera. Bio

Pia Kleber: Performance Theory and Analysis; Brecht. Bio

Jill Ross: Medieval Hispanic Drama; Feminism . Bio

Neil ten Kortenaar: African, Caribbean and South Asian Literatures. Bio

Curriculum Teaching and Learning (OISE):

Kathleen Gallagher: Drama and Theatre Methodologies. Bio

Tara Goldstein: Performed Ethnography; Research-Informed Theatre. Bio

Diaspora and Transnational Studies:

Ato Quayson: Postcolonial and Diasporic Writing; African Drama. Bio

English:

Alan Ackerman: 20th-Century Irish Drama; American Melodrama. Bio

George Elliot Clarke: Canadian Drama. Bio

Michael Cobb: Queer Theory; Critical Race Theory. Bio

Brian Corman: Theory and History of English Drama, 1660 to 1800. Bio

Uzoma Esonwanne: Repetition: Theory and Practice in Postcolonial and Diasporic African Literatures. Bio

Colin Hill (Associate): Canadian Studies. Bio

Daniel Heath Justice: Aboriginal Studies; Native North American Literature. Bio

Anne C. Lancashire: Medieval and Renaissance Theatre History and Drama; Contemporary, Popular American Film. Bio

Ian Lancashire: English Medieval and Renaissance Drama and Theatre History. Bio

Jill Levenson: Elizabethan Drama and Dramaturgy; Modern Drama. Bio

Jeremy Lopez: Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama. Bio

Sally-Beth MacLean: Medieval and Renaissance Theatre: Drama & The Built Environment. Bio

Andrea Most: American Drama; American Musical Theatre; Jewish & Yiddish Theatre. Bio

Terry F. Robinson (Associate): Theatre and Drama 1660-1900; Long Eighteenth-Century Acting Theory and Practice; Eighteenth-Century Literature; Romantic-Period Literature; Performance and Visual Culture. Bio

Marjorie Rubright (Associate): Early Modern Literature and Culture. Bio

Mari Ruti (Associate): Critical Theory; Psychoanalysis; Aesthetics. Bio

Holger Schott Syme: Elizabethan Drama. Bio

Lawrence Switzky (Associate): Twentieth-Century & Contemporary Drama Bio

David Francis Taylor (Associate): Drama, 1660-1900; eighteenth-century literature; Romanticism; graphic satire; theatre historiography; performance history of Shakespeare; spectatorship Bio

Neil ten Kortenaar: African, Caribbean and South Asian Literatures. Bio

Leslie Thomson: Renaissance Drama and Modern Drama. Bio

French:

Derrick de Kerckhove: Media, Culture and Society. Bio

Pascal Michelucci: Applied Semiotics. Bio

Geography:

Katherine Rankin (Associate): Feminist and Critical Theory; Cultural Economics; Ethnography. Bio

German:

Angelica Fenner: German Film History; World Cinema. Bio

Stefan Soldovieri: Germanic Cinema and Cinema Studies. Bio

Italian:

Salvatore Bancheri: Dramatic Theory and Performance; Italian-Canadian Studies. Bio

Konrad Eisenbichler: Renaissance Italian Theatre. Bio

Michael Lettieri: 16th-Century Italian Drama. Bio

Domenico Pietropaolo: Commedia dell’Arte; Dramatic Theory; Dramaturgy and Performance Theory; Music Theatre of Italian Baroque. Bio

Luca Somigli: European Modernism and the Avant-Garde. Bio

Medieval Studies:

David Klausner: Medieval and Tudor Drama. Bio

Music:

Caryl Clark: Contexts of Performance, Historiography and Research Methods. Bio

Mary Ann Parker: Baroque and Classical Opera. Bio

Philosophy:

Mark Kingwell: Philosophy of Art and Design. Bio

Slavic:

Veronika Ambros: Czech and Russian Drama and Film. Bio

Tamara Trojanowska: 20th-Century eastern European Drama and Theatre. Bio

Spanish and Portuguese:

Susan Antebi (Associate): Latin American Literature and Culture. Bio

Néstor E.Rodríguez: Latin American Culture. Bio

Stephen Rupp: Spanish Drama of the Golden Age. Bio

Women and Gender Studies:

Dina Georgis (Associate): Diaspora, Cultural Memory and History; Postcolonialism. Bio


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