Peter Paolucci

Department of English

Assistant Professor

Office: Calumet College, 306
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 33281
Emailpaolucci@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/paolucci/

Primary areas of expertise include Shakespeare and the English Renaissance, electronic texts (XML markup and editing), the history and scholarship of editing Shakespeare, the history and development of English prose through style and stylistics, horror fiction and film (vampires, witchcraft, ghost stories, and lycanthropy), Bram Stoker's Dracula, Victorian poetry literature (prose and fiction), technology and teaching, computer applications in literary scholarship and editorial work, popular culture, Canadian studies (prose, fiction, and music), faculty support work through pedagogy and technology, software / website usability testing, HCI (Human Computer Interaction), theory and practice of Interface Design, Project Management, and faculty support work (training and development).

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Peter Paolucci has interests in Shakespeare and the Renaissance, electronic texts (XML markup and editing), the history and development of English prose through quantitative stylistics, horror fiction and film (vampires, lycanthropes, ghosts, witches, zombies, demons), Bram Stoker's Dracula, Victorian literature (but not drama), technology and teaching, computer applications in literary scholarship and editorial work, faculty support work through pedagogy and technology, usability testing, HCI (Human Computer Interaction), and the theory and practice of interface design.

Degrees

PhD, York
MA, University of Manitoba
BA, University of Manitoba


Research Interests

English , Information Technologies

Approach To Teaching

2009 (May): The Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching, Faculty of Arts (now known as the faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies). 1995 (June 17):York Wide University Teaching Award (SCOTL) for Excellence in Teaching.

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/EN1001 3.0  An Introduction to Literary Study LECT  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/EN3535 6.0  Shakespeare LECT  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/EN4722 6.0  Editing Shakespeare  ONLN  


Primary areas of expertise include Shakespeare and the English Renaissance, electronic texts (XML markup and editing), the history and scholarship of editing Shakespeare, the history and development of English prose through style and stylistics, horror fiction and film (vampires, witchcraft, ghost stories, and lycanthropy), Bram Stoker's Dracula, Victorian poetry literature (prose and fiction), technology and teaching, computer applications in literary scholarship and editorial work, popular culture, Canadian studies (prose, fiction, and music), faculty support work through pedagogy and technology, software / website usability testing, HCI (Human Computer Interaction), theory and practice of Interface Design, Project Management, and faculty support work (training and development).


Peter Paolucci has interests in Shakespeare and the Renaissance, electronic texts (XML markup and editing), the history and development of English prose through quantitative stylistics, horror fiction and film (vampires, lycanthropes, ghosts, witches, zombies, demons), Bram Stoker's Dracula, Victorian literature (but not drama), technology and teaching, computer applications in literary scholarship and editorial work, faculty support work through pedagogy and technology, usability testing, HCI (Human Computer Interaction), and the theory and practice of interface design.

Degrees

PhD, York
MA, University of Manitoba
BA, University of Manitoba

Research Interests:

English , Information Technologies


Teaching:

Approach To Teaching
2009 (May): The Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching, Faculty of Arts (now known as the faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies). 1995 (June 17):York Wide University Teaching Award (SCOTL) for Excellence in Teaching.


Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/EN1001 3.0  An Introduction to Literary Study LECT  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/EN3535 6.0  Shakespeare LECT  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/EN4722 6.0  Editing Shakespeare  ONLN