Dr. Lindsey McMaster
Areas of Specialization:
Canadian Studies, Academic Writing, Nineteenth-Century Canadian Literature and Women’s Writing, Gothic Studies, Gender Studies, Postcolonial Studies.
Working Girls in the West: Representations of Wage-Earning Women. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008.
“Gothic Romance in Quebec: Engaging English and French in Nineteenth-Century English-Canadian Fiction by Women.” Regenerations: Canadian Women's Writing / Ecriture des femmes au Canada. Ed. Marie Carrière and Patricia Demers. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2014.
“The ‘Murray Look’: Trauma as Family Legacy in L.M. Montgomery’s Emily of New Moon Trilogy.” CCL/LCJ: Canadian Children's Literature/Littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse 34.2 (Fall 2008): 50-74. (Anne of Green Gables centennial issue)
“The Urban Working Girl in Turn-of-the-Century Canadian Fiction.” Essays on Canadian Writing 77 (Fall 2002): 1-25.
With Jonathan Wisenthal, Jeff Miller, et al, “Online Learning and Intellectual Liberty: A Mixed-Mode Experiment in the Humanities” College Teaching 53.3 (2005): 102-109.
With Rob Breton. “Dissing the Age of MOO: Initiatives, Alternatives, and Rationality in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Slayage: The Online International Journal of Buffy Studies 1 (Jan. 2001).
“‘You could never tell’: Secrets Kept in Canadian Fiction.” Lecture for INTD 2005: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Analysis: SECRETS. Nipissing University. 6 May 2015.
“‘Deep caves paved with kitchen linoleum’: Alice Munro and Canadian Gothic.” A Celebration of Alice Munro’s Nobel Prize in Literature. Nipissing University. 23 January 2014.