Eva-Marie Kröller (Staatsexamen in Anglistik and Germanistik, U of Freiburg, Germany, 1973; Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Alberta, 1978) specializes in literary history, travel writing, life-writing, and cultural semiotics. Work in progress includes a study of imperial life-writing, using the papers of the McIlwraith family, and a biography of Thomas B. Costain. She has been visiting professor at U of Bonn and Free U of Berlin and held an Alexander-von Humboldt Fellowship at the University of Bonn. Honours and fellowships include a Killam Research Prize, a Killam Teaching Prize, a Killam Faculty Research Fellowship, and election to the Royal Society of Canada. She has chaired UBC’s Programme in Comparative Literature and she has been editor of Canadian Literature, winning the Distinguished Editor Prize of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals and the Dean of Arts Award for her work at the journal.
- Writing the Empire: The McIlwraiths, 1853-1948 (University of Toronto Press, 2021)
Blogs on the archival research for the book
- Cambridge History of Canadian Literature, co-edited with C. A. Howells (Cambridge University Press, 2009, pb 2014, Japanese translation 2015/6)
- The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2004; 2nd ed. 2017)
- George Bowering: Bright Circles of Colour (Talonbooks, 1992)
- Canadian Travellers in Europe, 1851-1900 (UBC P, 1987)
See Eva-Marie Kroller’s website for more publications