Susan J Warwick

Department of Humanities

Associate Professor
Undergraduate Program Director

Office: Vanier College, 204
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 77021
Emailswarwick@yorku.ca

Susan Warwick specializes in Canadian literature, American literature, and North American popular culture. She has published on Margaret Laurence, Willa Cather, Alice Munro, Margaret Gibson, and on detective and crime fiction. She is currently working on a monograph treating representations of criminality in Canadian fiction from 1880 to 1940.

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Degrees

Ph.D., York University
M.A., York University
B.A., University of Toronto

All Publications

Books

River of Now and Then: Margaret Laurence's The Diviners. Toronto: ECW Press, 1993.

Margaret Laurence: An Annotated Bibliography. Toronto: ECW Press, 1979.

Book Chapters

'Margaret Gibson: A Profile.' Profiles in Canadian Literature. Ed. Jeffrey Heath. Toronto: Dundum Press, 1991. 91-98.

'A Margaret Laurence Log.' Margaret Laurence: An Appreciation. Ed. Christl Verduyn. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 1988. 218-238.

'Willa Cather Critical Reception.' Les Litteratures de Langues Europeenes au Tournat du Siecle: La Perspective Critique Americaine. Ottawa: Groupe de Recherches International 1900, Comparative Literature, Carleton University, 1988. 69-86.

'Ellery Queen.' Beacham's Popular Fiction in America. Ed. Walton Beacham. Washington, D.C.: Beacham Publishing, 1986. 1139-1153.

Journal Articles

''These People Were Some Sort of Solution': The Necessary Crimes of American Modernism.' English Studies in Canada 19.1 (March 1993): 21-33.

'Alice Munro and The Acts of Faith.' English Studies in Canada 14.4 (December 1988): 481-486.

''Writ in Remembrance': Margaret Laurence, Willa Cather, and the Prairie Past.' Canadian Women's Studies 8.3(Fall 1987): 35-37.

'Growing Up: The Novels of Alice Munro.' Essays on Canadian Writing 29(Summer 1984): 204-225.

'A Margaret Laurence Log.' Journal of Canadian Studies 13.3 (Fall 1978): 75-83.


Susan Warwick specializes in Canadian literature, American literature, and North American popular culture. She has published on Margaret Laurence, Willa Cather, Alice Munro, Margaret Gibson, and on detective and crime fiction. She is currently working on a monograph treating representations of criminality in Canadian fiction from 1880 to 1940.

Degrees

Ph.D., York University
M.A., York University
B.A., University of Toronto

All Publications

Books

River of Now and Then: Margaret Laurence's The Diviners. Toronto: ECW Press, 1993.

Margaret Laurence: An Annotated Bibliography. Toronto: ECW Press, 1979.

Book Chapters

'Margaret Gibson: A Profile.' Profiles in Canadian Literature. Ed. Jeffrey Heath. Toronto: Dundum Press, 1991. 91-98.

'A Margaret Laurence Log.' Margaret Laurence: An Appreciation. Ed. Christl Verduyn. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 1988. 218-238.

'Willa Cather Critical Reception.' Les Litteratures de Langues Europeenes au Tournat du Siecle: La Perspective Critique Americaine. Ottawa: Groupe de Recherches International 1900, Comparative Literature, Carleton University, 1988. 69-86.

'Ellery Queen.' Beacham's Popular Fiction in America. Ed. Walton Beacham. Washington, D.C.: Beacham Publishing, 1986. 1139-1153.

Journal Articles

''These People Were Some Sort of Solution': The Necessary Crimes of American Modernism.' English Studies in Canada 19.1 (March 1993): 21-33.

'Alice Munro and The Acts of Faith.' English Studies in Canada 14.4 (December 1988): 481-486.

''Writ in Remembrance': Margaret Laurence, Willa Cather, and the Prairie Past.' Canadian Women's Studies 8.3(Fall 1987): 35-37.

'Growing Up: The Novels of Alice Munro.' Essays on Canadian Writing 29(Summer 1984): 204-225.

'A Margaret Laurence Log.' Journal of Canadian Studies 13.3 (Fall 1978): 75-83.