Jamie Paris

Vancouver, BC Canada

My doctoral work is on the role of attention and attendance in the tragedies of Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare. My work touches on the intersection of tragedy, Reformation theology, and affect theory.

Other interests include:

  • Milton;
  • early modern drama and poetry;
  • Victorian literature;
  • Childrens literature;
  • First Nations Literature and Culture;
  • and academic writing.
  • Work
    • Graduate Student
  • Education
    • Doctoral Candidate in English, UBC
    • MA English, University of Regina (2008)
    • BA (Hons) English and Philosophy, University of Winnipeg (2005)