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Prof. Sarah Henzi, PhD

Prof. Sarah Henzi, PhD
Address Université de Montréal
Département de littératures et de langues du monde
Montréal, Québec
Canada
E-Mail sal.henzi@umontreal.ca
Homepage http://llm.umontreal.ca/repertoire-departement/vue/henzi-sarah-alice/
 

Academic Career

Graduation / Academic Degrees

2012
Ph.D. English Studies (specialization: Indigenous and Canadian Literatures), Université de Montréal
2005
M.A. (fast-track) English Studies, Université de Montréal
2003
Licence ès Lettres, English Studies and Philosophy, Université de Genève

Current Position(s)

since 2017
Assistant Professor of Indigenous Literatures, Département de littératures et de langues du monde, Université de Montréal
since 2015
Adjunct Professor, Department of First Nations Studies, Simon Fraser University

Position(s) Held

2017
Organizer and Lecturer, Summer School, CÉRIUM, Université de Montréal
2016, 2017
Part-time Faculty, Department of English, Concordia University
2015-2016
Visiting Scholar, Institute for the Study of Canada, McGill University
2013-2016
Co-Organizer and Lecturer, Summer School, CÉRIUM, Université de Montréal
2016
Sessional Instructor, Département de littératures et de langues du monde, Université de Montréal
2014-2015, 2016
Sessional Instructor, Department of First Nations Studies, Simon Fraser University
2015
Sessional Instructor, First Nations and Indigenous Studies, University of British Columbia
2013-2014
Postdoctoral Fellow, First Nations and Indigenous Studies, University of British Columbia
2014
Sessional Instructor, Department of English, McGill University
2011, 2012
Sessional Instructor, Département d’études anglaises, Université de Montréal

Major Research Grants, Scholarships and Awards

2017-2020
Université de Montréal, fonds de démarrage des nouveaux professeurs
2016
Association for Canadian Studies in German-speaking Countries, grant
2013-2014
FQRSC, Postdoctoral Fellowship

Memberships and other relevant Activities

since 2017
Editorial Board Member, Studies in American Indian Literature
2016-2017
Co-Guest Editor, Special Issue on Indigenous Literatures, Canadian Literature
since 2016
Assistant Editor for Francophone Writing, Canadian Literature
since 2015
Executive Board Member, Indigenous Literary Studies Association

List of Publications

a) Publications in refereed journals and book publications
2017
“Indigenous Place(s), Space(s) and Citizenship(s)”, in: Nicole Gombay and Marcela Palomino-Schalscha (eds.), Intertwined Worlds: The Plurality and Politics of Indigenous Spaces (Oxford: Routledge) [forthcoming].
2017
(co-authored with Sam MacKegney) “Indigenous Literatures and the Arts of Community”, Canadian Literature [forthcoming].
2017
“Entre orature et écriture: souveraineté, décolonisation et culture populaire autochtones”, Canadian Literature [forthcoming].
2017
“‘La grande blessure’: Legs du système des pensionnats dans l’écriture et le film autochtones au Québec”, Recherches amérindiennes du Québec 46, nos. 2-3, 177-183.
2016
“Betwixt and Between: Alternative Genres, Languages, and Indigeneity”, in: Deanna Reder and Linda Morra (eds.), Learn, Teach, Challenge: Approaches to Indigenous Literatures in the 21st Century, (Waterloo, Canada: Wilfrid Laurier Press), 487-492.
2016
“‘A Necessary Antidote’: Graphic Novels, Comics, and Indigenous Writing”, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 43, Issue 1, 23-38.
2015
“Indigenous Uncanniness: Windigo Revisited and Popular Culture”, in: Deborah L. Madsen (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Native American Literature (Oxford: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group), 469-479.
2015
“Bodies, Sovereignties and Desire: Aboriginal Women’s Writing of Québec”, Québec Studies 59, 85-196.
2014
“Francophone Aboriginal Writing in Québec”, in: James H. Cox and Daniel Heath Justice (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Indigenous American Literatures (New York: Oxford University Press (US)), 655-674.
2011
“Unveiling the Rhetorics of Apology: Strategies of Reappropriation in First Nations Literatures”, London Journal of Canadian Studies 26, 91-116.
2010
“Stratégies de réappropriation dans les littératures des Premières Nations”, Studies in Canadian Literature 35, No. 2 [Special Issue entitled “Indigeneity in Dialogue: Indigenous Literary Expression Across Linguistic Divides”], 76-94.
2009
“Resistance and Transformation: Negotiating Political Rhetorics in First Nations Literatures”, Australasian Canadian Studies 27, No. 1-2, 117-127.

b) Other publications
2014
“‘Exultation des corps, des coeurs’: L’amant du lac de Virginia Pésémapéo Bordeleau”, Canadian Literature 223, 129-130.
2014
“Neither Hidden Nor Broken”, Canadian Literature 220, 140-142.
2010
“Clin d’oeil,” “Snapshot” and “The Panther” (excerpt), Festival du homard: A Fresh Catch of Montreal Writing 1, 10-12.
 
 
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