Anderson Araujo

Department Head

English, Languages and World Literatures, World Literatures
Other Titles: Associate Professor, English, World Literature
Office: CCS 365
Phone: 250.807.9589

Graduate student supervisor

Research Summary

Transnational modernism; First World War poetry, 20th-century British and Irish literature; modernism and transatlantic modernism; peace and war studies; aesthetics.

Courses & Teaching

English, Modernist literature, Twentieth-Century British and Irish literature, and World Literature


HBA (With High Distinction) University of Toronto, MA University of Toronto, PhD Western University

Research Interests & Projects

Anderson Araujo’s published research engages the intersections of aesthetics and politics in Transatlantic Modernism, in articles on avant-garde movements and modernist writers, including Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, Virginia Woolf, and Richard Aldington. His first book, A Companion to Ezra Pound’s Guide to Kulchur (Clemson University Press and Liverpool University Press, 2018), offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary study of this critical text in Pound’s oeuvre and biography. He is currently writing a book on modernist cultural politics and the Spanish Civil War.

Dr. Araujo has a joint appointment to teach Modernist literature, Twentieth-Century British and Irish literature, and World Literature in the Department of English and Cultural Studies and the Department of Languages and World Literatures. A recipient of the 2014 FCCS Teaching Innovation Award, he encourages active, dialogical participation in the classroom. He views teaching and research as a seamless conversation to advance intercultural awareness, cross intellectual and disciplinary boundaries, and promote creativity in language and media use.

Selected Grants & Awards

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant (2016-2019)
Hampton Fund Research Grant (2015-2017)
Humanities and Social Sciences Research Grant (2016)


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