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        Smaro01.preview_0Smaro Kamboureli joined the Department of English at the University of Toronto as a Professor and as the inaugural Avie Bennett Chair in nadian Literature in 2013. A specialist in contemporary nadian literature and criticism, she was a nada Research Chair (CRC) Tier 1 in Critil Studies in nadian Literature in the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph (2004-2013). Her CRC research project included founding and directing the Transnada Institute, organizing three international and interdisciplinary Transnada conferences, and initiating collaborative research on the methodologies and institutional structures and contexts that inform and shape the production, dissemination, teaching, and study of nadian literature. Before moving to Guelph, she taught for many years at the University of Victoria where she served as Director of the English graduate program and as the first Associate Dean Research in the Humanities. The recipient of various research grants, she has had her work translated into Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, and Polish and she was a guest professor in Germany and India. On the Board of NeWest Press (Edmonton) and one of its in-house editors since 1981, she is the founder and editor of its series The Writer as Critic (https://newestpress.com/tegory/writer_as_critic) that has published such nadian authors as George Bowering, Frank Davey, Roy Miki, Erin Mouré, Fred Wah and Phyllis Webb. Read more ...