Andrea Beverley

Associate Professor in English and Canadian Studies

Andrea Beverley

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Andrea Beverley teaches in the English department and in the Canadian Studies program. Her areas of expertise include contemporary Canadian culture, Canadian literature, and feminism in Canada. 

Dr. Beverley publishes on Canadian women's literature, often drawing on archival research and feminist theory. She has been at Mount Allison University since 2013.


Teaching in Canadian Studies:

  • Representing Canada: An Introduction to Canadian Culture (CANA 1011)
  • Gender in Canada: Critical Perspectives (CANA 3301)
  • Re-calling Canada: Cultural Memory and Redress (CANA 3401)
  • Reading Canada: Advanced Studies on Major Canadian Issues (CANA 4611)

Teaching in English:

  • Introduction to Canadian Literature (ENGL 2801)
  • Indigenous Literatures in Canada (ENGL 3831)
  • Atlantic-Canadian Literature (ENGL 3831)
  • Canadian Feminist Literature (ENGL 4801) 


Research interests

Connections between Canadian literature and feminism
Literary archives in Canada
Canadian women writers of the 1970s and 1980s




  • "Traces of a Feminist Literary Event: Women and Words, 1983." CanLit Across Media: Un-Archiving the Literary Event. Ed. Jason Camlot and Katherine McLeod. McGill-Queen's UP, forthcoming.
  • "Slippery and Plural: Collaborative Writing in Daphne Marlatt and Betsy Warland’s ‘Subject to Change’ and ‘Reading and Writing Between the Lines.’ ” Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne 43.1 (2018). 187-206. Co-authored with Benjamin Authers.  
  • "The Feminist Caucus of the League of Canadian Poets: Chapbooks, Archives, and Sara Ahmed's Feminist Affects." Canadian Literature 223 (Winter 2014).84-98.
  • "Gendered Colonial Complicity and Postcolonial Desire: Daphne Marlatt's 'In the Month of Hungry Ghosts.'" Writing the 'Foreign' Spec. issue of University of Toronto Quarterly 82.2 (Spring 2013). 298-313.
  • "Citizen Monsters: Race and Cannibalism in Suzette Mayr's Venous Hum." Journal of Canadian Studies. 47.1 (Winter 2013). 1-23.
  • "The Oral, the Archive, and Ethics: Canadian Women Writers Telling It." Basements and Attics: Explorations in the Materiality and Ethics of Canadian Women's Archives. Ed. Linda Morra and Jessica Schagerl. Wilfred Laurier UP, 2012. 153-166.

Grants, awards, & honours

Dr. Beverley has received research funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Mount Allison University President's Research and Creative Activities Fund, and the Fonds de Recherche du Québec, Société et Culture.



PhD, Université de Montréal

MA, Université Laval

Hon BA, University of Toronto