Laura Moss, University of British Columbia

Associate Professor English Vancouver, British Columbia mossl@interchange.ubc.ca Office: (604) 822-4226

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I received my B.A from Victoria College in the University of Toronto (1991), my M.A. from the University of Guelph (1993), and my PhD from Queen's University (1998). I taught for 4 years at the University of Manitoba and moved to UBC in July 2002. My research and teaching interests broadly concer...

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Bio/Research

I received my B.A from Victoria College in the University of Toronto (1991), my M.A. from the University of Guelph (1993), and my PhD from Queen's University (1998). I taught for 4 years at the University of Manitoba and moved to UBC in July 2002. My research and teaching interests broadly concern political and resistance writing in postcolonial literatures and theories. I split my time between working on Canadian literature and African literatures. I am currently working on a SSHRC funded project on "mainstreaming multiculturalism" in Canadian literature, where I am looking at responses and effects of the 1971 policy on multiculturalism, and on a project looking at questions of responsibility around textualizing orality in the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

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