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Name Megan Selinger
School School of Liberal Studies
  • Bachelor of Environmental Public Health (Honours 

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) - International Business Management 

  • Bachelor of Public Relations (Honours) 

  • Nursing - BScN (McMaster)

Academic and Professional Designations
  • PhD, English Language and Literature 

  • MA, English Language and Literature 

  • BA Honours, double major English and Theatre

Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • ENGL71000: Academic Communications 

  • COLLAB2I03: The Use of Laughter

Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • Early Modern Literature and Theatre – Shakespeare 

  • Performance Studies 

  • Victorian Literature

Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities

5 years – Teaching Assistant 

2 Years - Co-chair, Performance Research Group, University of Western Ontario
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications

    Conference Presentations:

    Selinger, Megan. “Rearranging the Ending: Shuffling Shakespeare’s Language.” 2015 Shakespearean Theatre Conference: “Language in Text and Performance”, Stratford, Ontario, June 2015.

    Selinger, Megan. “Performing the End: The Unexpected Endings in Des McAnuff's Henry V.” Public lecture. University of Western Ontario. 14 May 2014.

    Selinger, Megan. “Garbs, Gowns, and Guises: Reading the Division Between a Character’s Clothing and an Actor’s Costume”, Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), St. Louis, Missouri, April 2014.

    Research Positions: 

  • RA – King’s College 

  • RA – Western University
Additional Information I firmly believe that flexibility and adaptability are two of the most important teaching skills. I place an emphasis on process alongside product and encourage my students to go beyond the formal requirements of the course and apply their own creativity and interests to the material.

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