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Our Research

Our Writing Department faculty members are among the leading voices in the field. Through journal contributions, case studies, essays, edited works and poems, their impactful research embodies the interdisciplinary spirit of academics within LA&PS, and across York University. Browse below for examples of their work.

“Kraus and Benjamin on Luxemburg: The Contemporaneous Reception of Luxemburg’s Büffelhaut Letter”, Prometheus

Lori Turner
2021

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“Searching for Story: Reading in Science.” Critical Reading across the Curriculum, Volume 2: Social and Natural Sciences.

Andrea McKenzie
2020

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"Fully Human, Fully Machine: Rhetorics of Digital Disembodiment in Programming", Rhetoric Review 39.2

Brandee Easter
2020

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"Toward a Renewed Theory of the Narreme," American Journal of Semiotics

Richard Rosenbaum
2019

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“Picturing War: Canadian Nurses’ First World War Photography.” Journal of War and Culture Studies 11:4

Andrea McKenzie
2018

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"'Feminist_brevity_in_light_of_masculine_long-windnedness:' Code, Space, and Online Misogyny", Feminist Media Studies, special issue on Online Misogyny

Brandee Easter
2018

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Pretend to Feel

Richard Rosenbaum
2017

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Things Don't Break

Richard Rosenbaum
2017

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Raise Some Shell: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Richard Rosenbaum
2017

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L.M. Montgomery and War

Andrea McKenzie
2017

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“A Revolutionary War: Girls Writing Girls in America’s St. Nicholas Magazine.” Children’s Literature and Culture of the First World War

Andrea McKenzie
2016

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War-Torn Exchanges: The Lives and Letters of Nursing Sisters Laura Holland and Mildred Forbes

Andrea McKenzie
2016

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Revenge of the Grand Narrative

Richard Rosenbaum
2014

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“A Wartorn Landscape: L. M. Montgomery, the Great War, and Canadian Cultural Memory.” The L. M. Montgomery Reader, Vol. II: A Critical Heritage.

Andrea McKenzie
2014

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"More Apparent than Real: The Lyric/Avant-Garde Divide." Time in Time: Short Poems, Long Poems, and the Rhetoric of North American Avant-Gardism, 1963-2008

Kerry Doyle
2013

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