Canadian Literature & Poetry
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Literary and Poetic Culture
Sexing the Maple: A Canadian Sourcebook A sourcebook that raises issues of nationalism and sexuality in Canada through a rich and diverse selection of fiction, poetry, criticism, and history. The collection considers topics as wide-ranging as First Nations sexuality, censorship, assisted reproduction, and religion. Literary works by Alice Munro, Jane Rule, Timothy Findley, Leonard Cohen, Irving Layton, Lynn Crosbie, Michael Turner, and many others are included.
HQ 18 .C2 S395 2006 Stacks
History, Literary Intrepretation & Criticism
The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature A comprehensive, authoritative guide to many different genres, topics, and aspects of Canadian literary history, including the influence of literature on the Canadian national identity, authorship, postcolonialism, short story, drama, poetry, Indigenous literatures, women’s writing, children’s literature, gay and lesbian literature, creative work from the Confederation period, regional fiction, and minority writers.
PR 9180.2 .O95 2016 Stacks
Here is Queer: Nationalisms, Sexualities and the Literatures of Canada Considers how the interconnected concepts of nationalism and sexuality have helped shape the production and reception of Canadian and First Nations literatures.
PR 9185.5 .H6 D52 1999 Stacks
Cultural Grammars of Nation, Diaspora, and Indigeneity in Canada Examines how the terms of critical debate in literary and cultural studies in Canada have shifted with respect to matters of race, nation, and difference.
PR 9188.2 .M55 C84 2011 Stacks
Queer Canlit: Canadian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Literature in English: An Exhibition Includes an essay on Queer CanLit by Scott Rayter, illustrations, bibliographical references, and photographs of the exhibition.
Available Online PR 9188.2 .G39 R39 2008 Stacks
updated by: Agatha Barc, 7 December 2016
originally compiled by: Irene Dutton, Alison Girling