Brad Bucknell is Associate Professor of English in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta.
He has published on the figure of Salome, on Pater and time, on African American literary theory, on The Matrix, on T.S. Eliot, and on Gertrude Stein. His book, Literary Modernism and Musical Aesthetics appeared in 2002 with Cambridge University Press. His recent interest is in music, writing, and the problem of history.
Modernism, modernity; Twentieth-Century British, American, Irish Literature; Literary theory.
Introduces methods of critical analysis through a range of literature written in English, broadly conceived, from different historical periods and cultural locations. Not to be taken by students with *6 in approved junior English.Winter Term 2021
The theory and practice of popular culture studies. Content and period focus may vary. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in the former ENGL 383. *6 of junior English, or *3 of junior English plus WRS 101.Winter Term 2021