Mary Jane Edwards
Mary Jane Edwards is an internationally known specialist on Canadian literature. She received her PhD from the University of Toronto, earning earlier degrees at Toronto (BA) and at Queen’s (MA).
She taught in the Departments of English of Acadia University and the University of British Columbia before joining Carleton University as professor of English. She has also taught at Mc Master, Karnatak (Dhawar, India), and Monash Universities. In 1996, she was awarded the Henry Charles Chapman Fellowship from London Univerity’s Institute of Commonwealth Studies.
She has contributed to three anthologies of Canadian literature and prepared critical editions of Francis Brooke’s The History of Emily Montague and William Kirby’s Golden Dog. She is the director of the Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts. She has contributed to numerous scholarly journals and has published extensively on Canadian literary history.
- Constructing the Prairies: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canadian Literature (55+) PLUS150
- “New Women” in the New Dominion (Seminar 55+) SCFC943
- Oh Canada! Perspectives On Canada Today AHCP250
- English-Canadian Literature and the First World War (Seminar) (55+) SCFC870
- National Narratives in Canadian Literature (Seminar 55+) SCFC819
- Canada's Culture Through its Writers (55+) SCFC722