Jacqueline Sloan Morgan

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts


Jacqueline Sloan Morgan's current research explores similarities and divergences in representations of women’s settlement experiences and emergent national identities in nineteenth-century Australian and Canadian literature. Her work engages with the larger corpus of colonial/ post-colonial/ decolonial studies and considers concepts of national identity, national mythology, gender, feminist scholarship, race and the intersection of these themes to establish critical and historical context.

Past research projects include studies in 16th-20th century British literature, speculative fiction and Canadian art history. Supplementary areas of expertise include Gothic literature, American literature and film studies.

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2014 Morgan, J. S. (2014). Meeting Ground: Considering the Place, Value and Choice of Comparative Literature. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée, 41(2), 197-200.
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