BA (Dalhousie); MA (Memorial); PhD (Warwick)
Kate Scarth is the Chair of L.M. Montgomery Studies and Applied Communication, Leadership, and Culture (ACLC). Her Montgomery work will involve public engagement activities centred on Montgomery and PEI. Kate also teaches the ACLC courses, “Putting Arts to Work,” “Digital Literacy,” and “Digital Humanities.” Her research focuses on English and Canadian literature written from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century and she is particularly interested in fiction about urbanism and the environment. Her book, "Romantic Suburbs: Fashion, Sensibility, and Greater London", is under contract with the University of Toronto Press. She is also leading a digital humanities, public engagement project, which includes a mobile app & website supporting a literary walking tour of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- , 2016-01-19
- Anniversary essays on Alexander Pope's 'The rape of the lock', 2016
- Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms, 2015
- , 2014
- European Romantic Review, 2014
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