Barbara-Godard Prize Recipients

Barbara-Godard Prize Recipients

Rebekah Ludolph
Humour, Intersubjectivity, and Indigenous Female Identity in Anahareo’s Devil in Deerskins

Alba de Béjar Muiños
Towards a Posthuman Ethic : Post-Anthropocentrism and the Role of the Cyborg in Larissa Lai’s Œuvre

Isabelle Kirouac-Massicotte
De la colonisation à la prospection minière : la question de la frontier dans « Le rêve d’un géant » de Jeanne-Mance Delisle

Jessica Ratcliffe
The Politics of Science Fiction and Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring

Hannah McGregor
University of Guelph
for her paper “The Anxieties and Affordances of Genre in the Work of Karen Connelly.”

Sarah Gibbons
University of Waterloo
for her paper “Here’s to the Fatal Future: Risk, Crisis, and Resistance in Dionne Brand’s Ossuaries.”

Joanne Leow
University of Toronto
for her paper “Re-map, Re-cover and Re-perform: Interdiscursivity and the Poetry of Wayde Compton.”

Andrea King
Queens University
for her paper “Love Inside Out: Haunting in Anne Hébert’s Les fous de Bassan and Mary Novik’s Conceit.”

Michel Nareau
Université de Moncton
for his paper “La nation à l’épreuve d’un récit métis. Ouvrir le Québec par le biais hispano-américain dans l’oeuvre de Francine Noel.”

Maude Lapierre
Université de Montréal
for her paper “Colonization, Miscomprehension and Juxtaposition: Majzels’ City of Forgetting as a Contact Zone.”

Erica Kelly
University of Western Ontario
for her paper ” ‘Was Ever an Adventure Without its Cost?’: The Price of Nation Building in E.J. Pratt’s ‘Towards the Last Spike’.”

Caroline Lamb
for her paper “Trading Insults: Competitive and Collaborative Identities in Canadian Hip Hop Music.”

Maia Joseph
for her paper “Wondering into Country: Dionne Brand’s Dialogue with Nation in the Burnt River Sequence of A Map to the Door of No Return.”

Jean-Sébastien Ménard
from McGill University,
for his paper “Sur la langue de Kerouac.”