Glenn Deer: Publications and Presentations

Publications 

Deer, Glenn. “Asian North America in Transit.” Canadian Literature 163. Winter (1999): 5-15. Print.

—. “An Interview with Wayson Choy.” Canadian Literature 163. Winter (1999): 34-44. Print.

—. “Early Richler, Las Fallas, and Sacrificing the National Self.” Canadian Literature 207. Winter (2010): 42-58. Print.

—. “Eating the Eurasian Text: Food, Sex, and the Audience in Fred Wah’s Diamond Grill, Sigrid Nunez’s A Feather on the Breath of God, and Juzo Itami’s Tampopo.” Comparative Sites of Ethnicity. Ed. William Boelhower, Carmen Birkle, and Rocio Davis. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2004. 287-302. Print.

—. Guest Editor. Canadian Literature:  A Special Issue on Asian Canadian Writing. Canadian Literature 163. Winter (1999): 1-230.  Print.

—. ” The New Yellow Peril: The Rhetorical Construction of Asian-Canadian Identity and Cultural Anxiety in Richmond.” Claiming Space: Racialization and Spatiality in Canadian Cities. Ed. Teelucksingh, Cheryl. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfred Laurier UP, 2006. 19-40. Print.

—. “Revisiting Kogawa House.” Amerasia. 33.2 (2007): 126-32. Print.

—. “Remapping Vancouver: Composing Urban Spaces in Contemporary Asian Canadian Writing.” Canadian Literature 199. Winter (2008): 118-44. Print.

—. “Revising the Activist Figure in the Novels of Joy Kogawa.” Joy Kogawa: Essays on Her Works. Ed. Wilson, Sheena. Montreal: Guernica Press, 2011. 43-70. Print.

Presentations

Deer, Glenn. “Eating Asian Canadian and Asian American Literature: On the Cultural Politics of Food and Writing.” Asian Heritage Month Lecture. 2002.

—. “Asian Canadian and Asian American Writing.” Brock House Lecture. 2002.

—. “Eating the Text: Representations of Food in Literature.” Brock House Lecture. 2003.

—. “Eating the Eurasian Text: Food,  Sex, and the Audience in Fred Wah’s Diamond Grill, Sigrid Nunez’s A Feather on the Breath of God, and Juzo Itami’s Tampopo.” The Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies in Europe and the Americas. University of Padua, 2002.

UBC Department of English Colloquium. Mediated Appetites: Food, Cooking, and Eating in Literature and on the Screen. 3 November 2004.

—. “Eating and Reading Vancouver Wild: Food, Discourse, and Local Identities in Timothy Taylor’s Stanley Park ” ACCUTE/Congress 2004.

“Visual and Oral Dynamics of the Culinary Memoir: Resurrecting Taste in Janice Wong’s Chow: From China to Canada: Memories of Food + Family.” ACCUTE/Waterloo-Wilfred Laurier Conference. 26 May 2012.

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