as posted on CV


“The ‘Indians’ of Catharine Parr Traill’s The Backwoods of Canada.The Rhetoric of Canadian Writing.  Ed. Conny Steenman-Marcusse.  Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. 107-23.

“Teaching African Literature Within the Language ‘A’ Programme: Some Post-Colonial Alternatives to Things Fall Apart.Contact, Fall 1992.

“Teaching Loads, the Queen’s English, and European Imperialism: Some Reflections on Teaching at an International School in Tanzania.” Update, Summer 1992.



“Beyond Domesticity.” Review of She Said/She Saw by Norah McClintock, Out of the Box by Michell Mulder and Stones for my Father by Trilby Kent. Canadian Literature 214 (Autumn 2012): 176-7.

“Taking Control.”  Review of Dear George Clooney: Please Marry My Mom by Susan Nielsen and Living Outside the Lines by Lesley Choyce. Canadian Literature 213 (Summer 2012): 162-3.

“Education, with Ethics.”  Review of Cities by John Lorinc, SlaveryToday by Kevin Bales and Becky Cornell, and Lunch with Lenin and Other Stories by Deborah Ellis. Canadian Literature 204 (Spring 2010): 182-4.

“Into Africa?”  Review of The Uncertain Business of Doing Good: Outsiders in Africa by Larry Krotz and Where Bones Dance: An English Girlhood, An African War by Nina Newington. Canadian Literature 203 (Winter 2009): 167-8.

“No Escape from the Past.”  Review of Unsettling Narratives: Postcolonial Readings of Children’s Literature by Clare Bradford. Canadian Literature 200 (Spring 2009): 130-1.

Review of Inhabiting the “New” South Africa: Ethical Encounters at the Race-Gender Interface in Four Post-Apartheid Novels by Zoë Wicomb, Sindiwe Magona, Nadine Gordimer and Farida Karodia by Sonja Altnöder. Postcolonial Text 4.4 (2008): 1-3.

“Into the Wild, Again.”  Review of The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel by Drew Hayden Taylor, Borderline by Bonni Rozanski and Gemini Summers by Iain Lawrence. Canadian Literature 198 (Summer 2008): 172-3.

“(Re)presenting Cultures.”  Review of Ancient Thunder by Leo Yerxa, Napi Goes to the Mountain by Elisa Amado and Antonio Ramarez, and Winter Afternoon by Elisa Amado, Jorge Lujan and Mandana Sadat. Canadian Literature 194 (Summer 2007): 188-9.

“Imprints of Other People’s Histories:  A Review of Sandra Birdsell’s The Two-Headed Calf and Ann Ireland’s The Instructor.”  Canadian Literature 164 (Spring 2000): 138-40.