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欧文珀西

欧文珀西

协调,荣誉创作和出版

电子邮件: owen.percy@sheridancollege.ca

欧文珀西 is a Professor of Literary Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Coordinator of Sheridan’s 4-year Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing & Publishing. A prolific literary reviewer and critic of Canadian and postcolonial literature, he has written several popular and academic essays on a variety of topics and texts. His articles, essays, reviews, and interviews, have appeared in publications like Canadian Literature, Canadian Poetry, GEIST, The British Journal of Canadian Studies, Canadian Ethnic Studies, and Open Letter. As an editor and copy editor, he works primarily in poetry, criticism, and non-fiction; his most recent editorial work was selecting and introducing The Order In Which We Do Things: The Poetry of Tom Wayman for the Laurier Poetry Series (WLUP, 2014). Outside of academia he has organized literary contests, programs, conferences, readings, and events, led writing and book club workshops for diverse groups of readers and writers, and written in a professional capacity for journalistic, legal, reference, and communications publications.

欧文赢得了他的博士英语从卡尔加里大学,他的博士研究主要集中在文学奖项和奖金文化在加拿大。自2010年毕业后,欧文教文学和写作在卡尔加里,莱斯布里奇大学的大学,皇家山大学和圣。圣玛丽大学学院,在卡尔加里的保质期书籍协调社区活动和图书发布会,曾在法律领域的专业研究者和作家,并继续展示他的研究,并在会议在加拿大和欧洲写作。

Since joining the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sheridan in 2014, Owen has taught communications, life writing, graphic novels, contemporary fiction, popular and genre fiction, organized the inaugural Sheridan Reads program, and taken on the editorship of Alchemy: The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Newsletter. His current research and teaching revolve around emerging models and conceptions of literary genre, cultural celebrity, publishing, and editing in Canadian and international contexts. As Program Coordinator for the Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing & Publishing, Owen works hard to help hone a diverse, flexible set of critical skills in his students, and to advise them of their options and opportunities as they move through the program, through Sheridan, and through the trials and triumphs of living a literary life.