Parker Duchemin

Degrees:B.A., M.A. (University of Toronto), Ph.D. (London)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 1367
Office:1803 Dunton Tower
Mondays & Thursdays 2:30-3:30 or by appt.

Research Interests:

Atlantic Canadian Literature
Native Literature

2006-07 Courses:

ENGL 3803ACanadian Fiction
ENGL 4806A Studies in Canadian Literature
ENGL 4806G Studies in Canadian Literature
ENGL 5803W Canadian Fiction


Book in progress: Representation of the First Nations in the Literature and Culture of English Canada (c.1750-c.1914), working title.

Recent Graduate Supervisions:

Andrew Elliott, “A bridge between one thing and another: Alice Munro’s Ordinary Treasure,” 2000-2002, M.A. Research Essay.

Lisa Jane Wort, “A Flood of Experience in Alan R. Wilson’s Before the Flood,” 2000 -2001, M.A. Research Essay.

Gerald McDuff, “Elusive Politics: The Dialectic and the Socialist Cause in Milton Acorn’s Poetry,” 1999-2001, M.A. Research Essay.

Robert Doucet, “From that day to this: Lives of Short Duration and the Tradition of Historical Representation in Atlantic Canada,” 1999-2001, M.A. Research Essay.