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Cornel Bogle

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Department of Humanities

Sessional Assistant Professor

Email: cjbogle@yorku.ca


Cornel Bogle is a Sessional Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream in the Department of Humanities at York University. He is a scholar of Black, Caribbean, and Canadian literature and previously served at the University of Alberta as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English and Film Studies.

His scholarly criticism has been published, or is forthcoming, in journals such as Canadian Literature, the Journal of West Indian Literature, Studies in Canadian Literature, sx salon, and Topia, as well as in academic texts such as The Routledge Companion to Caribbean Studies. His poetry has appeared in Pree: Caribbean Literature, Bookmarked, Moko Magazine, and Arc Poetry Magazine. He is co-editor, with Dr. Michael Bucknor, of a forthcoming special issue of the Spain-based journal Canada and Beyond on Recognition and Recovery of Caribbean Canadian Cultural Production. He is currently working on a monograph entitled As Man which combines critical research and creative writing to engage with personal, literary, and epistolary archives of male writers in the Caribbean diaspora.

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Degrees

PhD English, University of Alberta
MA English, University of Alberta
BA Literatures in English, The University of the West Indies, Mona

Research Interests

English , Culture and Cultural Studies, Caribbean Canadian Cultural Production, Caribbean Literatures, Poetry and Poetics, Creative Writing
Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Review of ‘Membering Austin Clarke

2022

“i hold a hyphen between my fingers”: Kaie Kellough’s Crossings

2021

redemption is the key

2020

“memory knows no compromise”

2020

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Black Radicalisms in Canada and the Politics of Respectability in Austin Clarke’s In Your Crib

2022

The Spatial Politics of Homosociality in Austin Clarke’s In This City

2019

Creative Works

Publication
Year

Late Winter Epistle

2021

Other

Publication
Year

Tracing the Black Diaspora in Canisia Lubrin’s “The Mongrel”

2022


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas TUTR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas TUTR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas LECT
Fall 2022 AP/HUMA3315 3.0 A Black Literatures and Cultures in Canada SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2023 AP/HUMA4306 3.0 M Imagining Slavery and Freedom SEMR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas LECT
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas TUTR


Cornel Bogle is a Sessional Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream in the Department of Humanities at York University. He is a scholar of Black, Caribbean, and Canadian literature and previously served at the University of Alberta as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English and Film Studies.

His scholarly criticism has been published, or is forthcoming, in journals such as Canadian Literature, the Journal of West Indian Literature, Studies in Canadian Literature, sx salon, and Topia, as well as in academic texts such as The Routledge Companion to Caribbean Studies. His poetry has appeared in Pree: Caribbean Literature, Bookmarked, Moko Magazine, and Arc Poetry Magazine. He is co-editor, with Dr. Michael Bucknor, of a forthcoming special issue of the Spain-based journal Canada and Beyond on Recognition and Recovery of Caribbean Canadian Cultural Production. He is currently working on a monograph entitled As Man which combines critical research and creative writing to engage with personal, literary, and epistolary archives of male writers in the Caribbean diaspora.

Degrees

PhD English, University of Alberta
MA English, University of Alberta
BA Literatures in English, The University of the West Indies, Mona

Research Interests

English , Culture and Cultural Studies, Caribbean Canadian Cultural Production, Caribbean Literatures, Poetry and Poetics, Creative Writing

All Publications


Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Review of ‘Membering Austin Clarke

2022

“i hold a hyphen between my fingers”: Kaie Kellough’s Crossings

2021

redemption is the key

2020

“memory knows no compromise”

2020

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Black Radicalisms in Canada and the Politics of Respectability in Austin Clarke’s In Your Crib

2022

The Spatial Politics of Homosociality in Austin Clarke’s In This City

2019

Creative Works

Publication
Year

Late Winter Epistle

2021

Other

Publication
Year

Tracing the Black Diaspora in Canisia Lubrin’s “The Mongrel”

2022


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas TUTR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas TUTR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas LECT
Fall 2022 AP/HUMA3315 3.0 A Black Literatures and Cultures in Canada SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2023 AP/HUMA4306 3.0 M Imagining Slavery and Freedom SEMR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas LECT
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/HUMA1300 9.0 A Cultures of Resistance in the Americas TUTR