Gary Kelly, University of Alberta

English and Film Studies Professor Edmonton, Alberta gary.kelly@ualberta.ca Office: (780) 492-0561

Bio/Research

Gary Kelly was Canada Research Chair in Literature and Language in Society (2000-07), and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He teaches the British long eighteenth century, popular literature, women's writing, book history, and related topics. He is cross-appointed to the Comparative Lit...

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Bio/Research

Gary Kelly was Canada Research Chair in Literature and Language in Society (2000-07), and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He teaches the British long eighteenth century, popular literature, women's writing, book history, and related topics. He is cross-appointed to the Comparative Literature Program. Current doctoral supervisions are in women's travel writing and politics 1785-1830, fiction of collective identity 1920-1960, Canadian agitprop literature, historical fiction and nation-founding, 20th-century feminist historical fiction, and Russian post-Soviet popular culture. He has taught at University of New Brunswick; Keele University (England), where he was Head of the English Department; the University of Frankfurt; and the University of Bologna.



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