- BA (Saskatchewan)
- MA, PhD (Berkeley)
Leith is the author of Acts of Union: Scotland and the Negotiation of the British Nation (Stanford UP, 1998) and Music, Postcolonialism and Gender: The Construction of Irish Identity, 1724-1874 (Notre Dame UP, 2005) as well as co-editor of Scotland and the Borders of Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004) and Robert Burns and Transatlantic Culture (Ashgate, 2012). She is currently working on a monograph entitled Media and Cultural Memory in Britain and Ireland, 1688-1745 which explores the articulation of what Pierre Nora calls "spectacular" sites of cultural memory within the context of a shifting media ecology. She is a co-founder of the Department of English's MA with Specialization in Print Culture and currently serves as Associate Director of Simon Fraser University's Scottish Studies Centre.
Future courses may be subject to change.