Malcolm Page

Malcolm Page, born in York, England, was educated at Christ's College, Cambridge (BA), McMaster University (MA), and the University of California (Ph.D.). He joined SFU's Department of English in 1966, the second year in the university's history, and retired as professor emeritus in 2000.

He taught 20th-century English literature with excursions to Shakespeare and to Canadian drama. Since his retirement, he has taught at UBC and the University College of the Fraser Valley. He has taught for Continuing Studies at both SFU and UBC.

His books include John Arden, Richard II  ("Text and Performance"), and Howards End  ("The Critics Debate"). He has given papers at conferences in Fiji, Christchurch, Sitges, Jerusalem and Edinburgh. He also writes a regular column on Vancouver theatre for the British monthly Plays International.

He was co-founder and subsequently president of the Association for Canadian Theatre History.


Previously taught:

  • The Serious, The Angry, and The Profane: 20th-Century British Theatre (55+)   SCFC768
  • Revolution in Central London: The Bloomsbury Group  
  • A Palpable Hit!: A Detailed Study of Hamlet (55+)   SCFC676
  • Three Great Shakespearean Comedies (55+)   SCFC600
  • Turning Points in Literary History: Three Great Novels (55+)   SCFC445
  • Great English Novelists: E.M. Forster, D.H. Lawrence, and Virginia Woolf (55+)   SCFC530

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