Our Faculty

Faculty Spotlight: Jon Vickery

Dr. Vickery’s research focuses on religious text in sixteenth and seventeenth century England, a period when Europe changed profoundly through the seismic activity of multiple reformations, both Protestant and Roman Catholic.

Saeed Sabzian

Faculty Spotlight: Saeed Sabzian

Dr. Sabzian specializes in the theory of rhetoric in an interdisciplinary scope, using multimodal frameworks in the analysis of language, literature, cinema and culture in general.

Faculty Spotlight: Michael Treschow

Faculty Spotlight: Michael Treschow

As a medievalist and Anglo-Saxonist, Dr. Treschow’ s scholarship is grounded in the early European tradition.

Faculty Spotlight: Jordan Stouck

Faculty Spotlight: Jordan Stouck

“In teaching, my primary objective centres around giving students a voice to participate in research through better understandings of professional audiences, purposes, and knowledge-making conventions.”

Marie Loughlin

Faculty Spotlight: Marie Loughlin

“As I move into studying, teaching, and researching popular literature, I find that I am returning to the genres that were so important to me as a child: fantasy fiction, science fiction, myth, and detective fiction.”

Research Project Spotlight: Site/ation studio

Research Project Spotlight: Site/ation studio

Tania Willard is working to establish a new research creation space at UBC Okanagan

Advancing research on trans-Pacific digital platforms

Advancing research on trans-Pacific digital platforms

As a Principal Research Chair at UBCO, Dr. Kyong Yoon will work to strengthen research in Trans-Pacific Digital Platform Studies

Faculty Spotlight: Anita Chaudhuri

Faculty Spotlight: Anita Chaudhuri

“I am interested in supporting the interests that my students bring to a course, utilizing their learning contexts, life goals, and accomplishments to inform the learning process.”

Faculty Spotlight: Joanna Cockerline

Faculty Spotlight: Joanna Cockerline

“I believe in giving students a lot of choice and freedom in their assignments so they can explore directions that matter to them.”