Margery Fee (FRSC)

Professor Emerita

About

Margery Fee, FRSC, is a Professor Emerita of English. Recent publications are Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” from Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2015); Tekahionwake: E. Pauline Johnson’s Writings on Native North America (Broadview, 2016) co-edited with Dory Nason; Polar Bear (Reaktion, 2019); and an edited collection of Jean Barman’s essays, On the Cusp of Contact: Gender, Space, and Race in the Colonization of British Columbia (Harbour, 2020). Her current book project attempts to show how mainstream beliefs about language, literacy and literature obscure important Indigenous ways of knowing. She is on the UBC Emeritus College Council and edits their newsletter, as well as the newsletter for the Volunteer Associates of the UBC Museum of Anthropology.


Margery Fee (FRSC)

Professor Emerita

Margery Fee, FRSC, is a Professor Emerita of English. Recent publications are Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” from Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2015); Tekahionwake: E. Pauline Johnson’s Writings on Native North America (Broadview, 2016) co-edited with Dory Nason; Polar Bear (Reaktion, 2019); and an edited collection of Jean Barman’s essays, On the Cusp of Contact: Gender, Space, and Race in the Colonization of British Columbia (Harbour, 2020). Her current book project attempts to show how mainstream beliefs about language, literacy and literature obscure important Indigenous ways of knowing. She is on the UBC Emeritus College Council and edits their newsletter, as well as the newsletter for the Volunteer Associates of the UBC Museum of Anthropology.

Margery Fee (FRSC)

Professor Emerita

Margery Fee, FRSC, is a Professor Emerita of English. Recent publications are Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” from Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2015); Tekahionwake: E. Pauline Johnson’s Writings on Native North America (Broadview, 2016) co-edited with Dory Nason; Polar Bear (Reaktion, 2019); and an edited collection of Jean Barman’s essays, On the Cusp of Contact: Gender, Space, and Race in the Colonization of British Columbia (Harbour, 2020). Her current book project attempts to show how mainstream beliefs about language, literacy and literature obscure important Indigenous ways of knowing. She is on the UBC Emeritus College Council and edits their newsletter, as well as the newsletter for the Volunteer Associates of the UBC Museum of Anthropology.