Faculty Member, Contemporary Studies Programme
Michael Bishop teaches literary, aesthetic and cultural topics in the Contemporary Studies Programme. He completed his PhD at the University of Kent at Canterbury, England, after taking an MA at the University of Manitoba and his BA at the University of Manchester, England. He is Emeritus McCulloch Professor of French at Dalhousie University.
Currently, Dr. Bishop is preparing several books for publication on diverse topics, including: Gerard Titus-Carmel; hypercontemporary French and Francophone poetry; contemporary French art; consciousness and reality.
Amsterdam: Rodopi, CMRLFC, 2003. 157 pages.
Modern and contemporary literature, fine arts and culture, contemporary and critical theory, cinema, contemporary philosophy, women’s studies.