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Nadia Bozak

Degrees:M.A. and PhD University of Toronto, Centre for Comparative Literature
Office:1917 Dunton Tower

Research Interests:

  • Creative Writing: short story, the novel, climate fiction
  • Cinema: eco-critical approaches to film theory and screen culture

Associate Professor Nadia Bozak is the author of the novel-in-stories Thirteen Shells (2016), the novels El Niño (2016) and Orphan Love (2008), all published with House of Anansi Press, as well as a book of film theory, The Cinematic Footprint: Lights, Camera, Natural Resources, published by Rutgers University Press, and holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Toronto.

Professor Bozak coordinates the Creative Writing Concentration in the Department of English. Currently, Professor Bozak teaches the first-year “Introduction to Creative Writing” course, as well as workshop-based courses in fiction and writing about climate crisis.

Professor Bozak’s current projects include a novel that deals with climate change and car culture. A recent essay, “Digital Images: The Cost of Resource Extraction,” appears in the catalogue for the photography exhibition at MK&G, Mining Photography: The Ecological Footprint of Resource Extraction.