Nicholas Bradley, University of Victoria

Assistant Professor english Victoria, British Columbia nbradley@uvic.ca

Bio/Research

My research is concentrated on two major and overlapping areas. The first concerns the interconnections of ecology and philosophy in Canadian and American poetry during the second half of the twentieth century. The second involves the textualization and translation of Indigenous oral literature, ...

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Bio/Research

My research is concentrated on two major and overlapping areas. The first concerns the interconnections of ecology and philosophy in Canadian and American poetry during the second half of the twentieth century. The second involves the textualization and translation of Indigenous oral literature, primarily of the Pacific Northwest, from the time of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition to the present.

Other subjects of research include: contemporary versions of pastoral; literary history; poetic form; and influence and allusion.

Writers in whose works I am especially interested at present include: Robert Bringhurst, Robinson Jeffers, Carolyn Kizer, Malcolm Lowry, Don McKay, Theodore Roethke, David Wagoner, and Jan Zwicky.



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