Fenn Stewart

Sessional Lecturer

Thematic Research Area

Education

BA Hons, McGill
MA, UBC
PhD, York

About

Fenn Stewart (BA Hons, McGill; MA, UBC; PhD, York) is regular faculty in the English Department at Douglas College, and occasional faculty in English at UBC. Fenn was the 2017 recipient of the Department’s Ian Fairclough Teaching Prize. Her research on colonialism and anti-colonialism in Canadian cultures and literatures has appeared in ARIEL, CV2, and Law, Culture, and the Humanities. From 2018-2019 she was the editor of The Capilano Review. She’s also the author of one poetry collection (Better Nature, 2017) and three chapbooks.


Fenn Stewart

Sessional Lecturer

BA Hons, McGill
MA, UBC
PhD, York

Fenn Stewart (BA Hons, McGill; MA, UBC; PhD, York) is regular faculty in the English Department at Douglas College, and occasional faculty in English at UBC. Fenn was the 2017 recipient of the Department's Ian Fairclough Teaching Prize. Her research on colonialism and anti-colonialism in Canadian cultures and literatures has appeared in ARIEL, CV2, and Law, Culture, and the Humanities. From 2018-2019 she was the editor of The Capilano Review. She's also the author of one poetry collection (Better Nature, 2017) and three chapbooks.

Fenn Stewart

Sessional Lecturer

BA Hons, McGill
MA, UBC
PhD, York

Fenn Stewart (BA Hons, McGill; MA, UBC; PhD, York) is regular faculty in the English Department at Douglas College, and occasional faculty in English at UBC. Fenn was the 2017 recipient of the Department's Ian Fairclough Teaching Prize. Her research on colonialism and anti-colonialism in Canadian cultures and literatures has appeared in ARIEL, CV2, and Law, Culture, and the Humanities. From 2018-2019 she was the editor of The Capilano Review. She's also the author of one poetry collection (Better Nature, 2017) and three chapbooks.