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Peter Stoicheff

Peter Stoicheff

B.A. (Queen's), M.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Toronto)

Dean, College of Arts and Science

Office: Arts 226
Phone: 966-4232
Email: peter.stoicheff@usask.ca

After earning his undergraduate degree in English and History at Queen’s University (1978) and MA and PhD degrees in English from the University of Toronto (1983) he taught for three years at the U of T and, since 1986, at the University of Saskatchewan, where he is Dean of the College of Arts & Science and a Professor of English.

He is the author of and contributor to books on modern American poetry, the history and future of the book, and literature and science (The Hall of Mirrors: Drafts & Fragments and the End of Ezra Pound’s Cantos, University of Michigan Press; The Future of the Page, University of Toronto Press; Chaos and Order: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science, University of Chicago Press).

He has authored and edited hypertext versions of literary works, received SSHRC grants to support his research, and most recently as Vice-Dean Humanities and Fine Arts (2005-10) has overseen the creation of the Digital Research Centre and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity at the University of Saskatchewan.

He received the University’s Distinguished Graduate Supervisor Award in 2002.

Prior to becoming Vice-Dean, Humanities and Fine Arts, he was the SSHRC Coordinator in the Office of the VP Research. From 1989-2005 he taught business communications throughout Saskatchewan for organizations such as SaskWater, the Saskatchewan Research Council, Cameco, the U of S Health Administration Certificate Program, the Provincial Auditor’s Office and many other organizations and government offices.

A classical guitarist and composer, he has produced two acoustic guitar cds: Cantos I and Ethereal Steel (2001).

 

Ethereal Steel

 

Lament For Gordon

 

Swept Away

 

Canto For 2 Guitars


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Publications

The Future of the Page. Ed. Peter Stoicheff and Andrew Taylor. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004.

The Hall of Mirrors: Drafts and Fragments and the End of Ezra Pound's Cantos. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995.

"The Interwoven Authority of a Drafts & Fragments Text." The Cantos: A Poem Including History. Ed. Lawrence Rainey. Ann Arbor: University Press, 1995.

"The Chaos of Metafiction." Chaos and Order: Complex Dynamics in Literature and Science. Ed. N. Katherine Hayles. University of Chicago P, 1991. 5-99.

 

Artistic Works

 

A classical guitarist and composer, he has produced two acoustic guitar cds: Cantos I and Ethereal Steel (2001).

 

Ethereal Steel

 

Lament For Gordon

 

Swept Away

 

Canto For 2 Guitars