Greenfield, Bruce

Bruce Greenfield (BA, York; MA, McGill; PhD, Columbia) is Associate Professor of English, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. His research deals mostly with the literature of travel in the Americas, in English and French, ranging from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries. Publications include: Narrating Discovery: The Romantic Explorer in American Literature, 1790–1855 (New York 1992); “Can Fur Traders Have Feelings? Sentiment in Samuel Hearne’s Journey to the Northern Ocean (1795)” in Studies in Canadian Literature 37.2 (2012); and “‘Now Reader Read’: The Literary Ambitions of Henry Kelsey, Hudson’s Bay Company Clerk” in Early American Literature, 47.1 (2012).

Travel, Agency, and the Circulation of Knowledge


Travel, Agency, and the Circulation of Knowledge

2017,  316  pages,  paperback,  34,90 €,  ISBN 978-3-8309-3567-4