Roxanne Harde, Professor (English); Associate Dean Research
Ph.D., Queen's University
B.A. High Honours, University of Saskatchewan
M.A., University of Saskatchewan
Roxanne Harde teaches courses in American Literature and Culture and covers the period by field, before and after the Civil War, by genre, including children's literature, and by theme, including environmental writing and feminist theory. Her current research focuses on nineteenth-century American reform writing for children. Roxanne also studies contemporary culture, and has published a collection on the lyrics of Bruce Springsteen. She enjoys travel, especially to concerts, and volunteers as a figure skating judge.
Stephanie Oliver -- Assistant Professor, English
PhD, Western University
MA, Western University
BA (Honours), St. Francis Xavier University
Stephanie Oliver teaches courses on Canadian, postcolonial, and diasporic literatures. Her research focuses on representations of smell in Canadian diasporic women's writing. She also studies the relationship between diaspora, indigeneity, and settler colonialism, particularly in the context of the Alberta tar sands. Stephanie enjoys travelling (especially to her home province of Newfoundland) and exploring all that Camrose has to offer.