Department of English

University of Toronto

Sarah Copland


“Conceptual Blending in The Waves: ‘A mind thinking.’” In Blending and the Study of Narrative. Ed. Ralf Schneider and Marcus Hartner. Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2010.

“Making It (New) as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.” In “Making It New: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Modernism.” Modernism/Modernity 16, 3 (2009): 471-495.

“Reading in the Blend: Collaborative Conceptual Blending in the Silent Traveller Narratives.” Narrative 16, 2 (2008): 140-162.

Doctoral thesis: “Modelling the Mind: Conceptual Blending and Modernist Narratives”

Postdoctoral project: “Pedagogical Prefaces: Reading Modernist Narrative.”

Research and Teaching Interests:

Anglo-American and Global Modernisms, Narrative Theory, The Novel, The Short Story, Cognitive Approaches to Narrative, Rhetorical Approaches to Narrative, Literature and Science, Paratexts, Literary History, Conceptual Blending Theory, Schema Theory, Theories of Reading, Theories of Mind, Contemporary Literature, Pedagogy.



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