Ann R.C. Martin
B.A., Hons. (Toronto), M.A. (Queen's), Ph.D. (Toronto)
Office: Arts 420
Ann Martin has written on Canadian and Anglo-American modernism for journals such as Canadian Literature and Woolf Studies Annual. Her interests in cultural studies, gender performance, and children’s literature are reflected in her book, Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Bed (2006), which addresses the significance of fairy tales in the prose of James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and Djuna Barnes. Currently, she is researching Dorothy L. Sayers as part of a larger project on the role of the automobile in works of British modernism.
Publications (Most Recent)
- Martin, A. "'Unity--Dispersity': Virginia Woolf and the Contradictory Motif of the Motor-Car." In Virginia Woolf: Twenty-First Century Approaches, 1st ed., edited by Jeanne Dubino, Gill Lowe, Vara Neverow, and Kathryn Simpson. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (In Press)
- Ann Martin, Kathryn Holland, eds. Interdisciplinary / Multidisciplinary Woolf: The Selected Papers of the 22nd Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson, S.C.: Clemson University Digital Press, 2013.
- Martin, A. "'Whose Body?' by Dorothy L. Sayers." The Literary Encyclopedia.
- Martin, A, Erin DeLathouwer, Jasmine Liska, & Wendy Roy. "Multidisciplinary Collaborations Through Learning Communities: Navigating Anxiety." CELT V: 2012.
- Martin, A. "Generational Collaborations in Emma Donoghue's Kissing the Witch: Old Tales in New Skins." Children's Literature Association Quarterly 35, 1 (2010): 4-25.
- Martin, A. "The Writing Livesays: Connecting Generations of Canadian Modernism." In Wider Boundaries of Daring: The Modernist Impulse in Canadian Women's Poetry, edited by Di Brandt and Barbara Godard, 29-48. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2009.
- Martin, A. Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Bed: Modernism's Fairy Tales, Reprint. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, 2007.
- Martin, A. Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Bed: Modernism's Fairy Tales. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, 2006.
- Martin, A. "Imagining London." Review of Imagining London: Postcolonial Fiction and the Transnational Metropolis, Canadian Literature, (2006): 189-190.
- Martin, A. "Modernist Transformations: Virginia Woolf, Cinderella, and the Legacy of Anny Thackeray Ritchie." Woolf Studies Annual 11 (2005): 33-52.
- Martin, A. "Mapping Modernity in J. G. Sime's Sister Woman." In Sister Woman: A Critical Edition, edited by Sandra Campbell, 277-282. Ottawa, Ontario: Tecumseh, 2004.
- Martin, A. "Visions of Canadian Modernism: The Urban Fiction of F.R. Livesay and J.G. Sime." Canadian Literature 181 (2004): 43-59.