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Julia Wright

Professor, Dalhousie University

Gender, Cultural history of nationalism, Gothic, Contemporary television, 19th century literature, Pop culture, Research policy, Politics and literature, University governance

Media

COVID-19 is Changing Our World: It’s Time to Rethink International Education

Globe & Mail, February 16, 2021Online

URL: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-covid-19-is-changing-our-world-its-time-to-rethink-international/

by Roopa Desai Trilokekar, Leesa Wheelahan, and Julia M. Wright

The pandemic has shown us why we must restore a margin of safety in our public institutions

Universities, colleges and COVID-19: Lessons learned?

Dalhousie to recoup costs for sending Nova Scotia execs to MIT, spokesman says

A "ROYAL" RECOGNITION FOR TWO DALHOUSIE RESEARCHERS

POETRY HAS LINKED WAR AND DISEASE FOR CENTURIES

ADVANCING KNOWLEDGE, FURTHERING OUR COLLECTIVE UNDERSTANDING

Biography

Julia M. Wright, FRSC, is University Research Professor at Dalhousie University. She has served on a number of national committees, including two terms on the Board of Directors for the Federation of the Social Humanities & Social Sciences. Her main area of research is 18th- and 19th-c. Irish literature, particularly in relation to ideas of nationhood, gender, and international relations, which has led her to publish regularly on matters related to university governance. She has also written blog pieces on research policy for various forums.

Expertise

  • Gender
  • Cultural history of nationalism
  • Gothic
  • Contemporary television
  • 19th century literature
  • Pop culture
  • Research policy
  • Politics and literature
  • University governance

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