Roger Seamon

Associate Professor Emeritus

About

Roger Seamon taught in the Department of English from 1964  until his retirement from UBC in 2003. He is also Honorary Research Associate at the University of New Brunswick.


Publications

Publications after Retirement

  • “The Price of the Plot in Aristotle’s Poetics,”  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 64:2 (Spring 2006), pp. 251-258.

 

  • “Why Poe? Why Not Peirce?  Philosophy and Literature 29:2 (October 2005), pp. 256-268.

 

  • “Literary Darwinism as Science and Myth,” Style: An Evolutionary Paradigm for Literary Study 42: 2 & 3 (Summer/Fall 2008), pp. pp. 261-265.

 

  • “Making It:” Review of Anne Charney, Life Class, Literary Review of Canada 22:4 (May 2014), p, 19

Roger Seamon

Associate Professor Emeritus
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Roger Seamon taught in the Department of English from 1964  until his retirement from UBC in 2003. He is also Honorary Research Associate at the University of New Brunswick.

Publications after Retirement

  • "The Price of the Plot in Aristotle's Poetics,"  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 64:2 (Spring 2006), pp. 251-258.

 

  • "Why Poe? Why Not Peirce?  Philosophy and Literature 29:2 (October 2005), pp. 256-268.

 

  • "Literary Darwinism as Science and Myth," Style: An Evolutionary Paradigm for Literary Study 42: 2 & 3 (Summer/Fall 2008), pp. pp. 261-265.

 

  • "Making It:" Review of Anne Charney, Life Class, Literary Review of Canada 22:4 (May 2014), p, 19

Roger Seamon

Associate Professor Emeritus
email

Roger Seamon taught in the Department of English from 1964  until his retirement from UBC in 2003. He is also Honorary Research Associate at the University of New Brunswick.

Publications after Retirement

  • "The Price of the Plot in Aristotle's Poetics,"  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 64:2 (Spring 2006), pp. 251-258.

 

  • "Why Poe? Why Not Peirce?  Philosophy and Literature 29:2 (October 2005), pp. 256-268.

 

  • "Literary Darwinism as Science and Myth," Style: An Evolutionary Paradigm for Literary Study 42: 2 & 3 (Summer/Fall 2008), pp. pp. 261-265.

 

  • "Making It:" Review of Anne Charney, Life Class, Literary Review of Canada 22:4 (May 2014), p, 19