Hannah McGregor

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Hannah
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McGregor
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Hannah is a PhD student in the University of Guelph's School of English and Theatre Studies, a Doctoral Fellow at TransCanada Institute (http://transcanadas.ca/), and a Graduate Fellow with Editing Modernism in Canada (http://editingmodernism.ca/). Her research interests include contemporary Canadian "travel" writing and the ethics of reading and representation, twentieth century British literature, modernism and the middlebrow, and digital humanities, including digital scholarly editing, collaboration and stylistics analysis.

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Hannah McGregor is a PhD student in the University of Guelph's School of English and Theatre Studies, a Doctoral Fellow at TransCanada Institute (http://transcanadas.ca/), and a Graduate Fellow with Editing Modernism in Canada (EMiC) (http://editingmodernism.ca/). Her research focuses on contemporary Canadian literature and the ethics of reading and representation. Other research interests include twentieth century British literature, modernism and the middlebrow, and digital humanities, an area that she has explored through her work with EMiC. She has presented papers on Carol Shields’ Unless at Congress; on Emma Donoghue at St. Mary's University's Queering Ireland conference; and on the collaborative work of Martha Ostenso and Douglas Durkin at the University of Victoria's Digital Humanities Summer Institute. Hannah completed her MA in English at the University of Alberta, where her research focused on ethnography, diaspora and hybridity in Camilla Gibb's Sweetness in the Belly; this paper is now forthcoming in English Studies in Canada. Her research on Afghan-Canadian documentary maker Nelofer Pazira is also forthcoming as a chapter in Basements and Attics: Explorations in the Materiality and Ethics of Canadian Women's Archives. Hannah holds the Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship.

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CFP: “The Genre of the Twenty-First Century”? Databases and the Future of Literary Studies

November 1 2012
Call for Papers
Organized by Paul Hjartarson (Alberta), Hannah McGregor (Guelph), Harvey Quamen (Alberta), and EMiC UA We welcome submissions for a special ACCUTE member-organized panel on the database and literary studies. This panel will take place as part of Congress 2013, held June 1-8 at the University of...
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