Ken Wilson

Sessional Lecturer (University of Regina, Luther College and First Nations University of Canada)
PhD (University of Regina); MFA (University of Regina); MA (Carleton University); BA (Carleton University)

Office: AH 368
Phone: 306-585-4316
Pronoun(s): He/They

Research interests

  • Creative Nonfiction
  • Canadian Literature
  • Walking and Writing

Recent publications:

“Populus,” lyric essay, Queen’s Quarterly, forthcoming, 2023.

“Elms at Night” and “Inside the Herbarium (for George F. Ledingham)” (poems), The Goose, 19.2 (2022), article 11

“Indigenous Practices and Performances of Mobility as Resistance and Resurgence,” Studies in Canadian Literature 46.2 (2022): 47-63

Walking as Embodied Territorial Acknowledgment: Thinking About Place-Based Relationships from the Side of the Road, Performance Matters 7.1-2 (2021): 97-115

“The Promise and Peril of Walking Indigenous Territorial Recognitions Carried Out by Settlers,” International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage 9.2 (2021): article 7 (with Dr. Matthew Anderson)

“White Man Walking: Settler Ambulation in Colonized Spaces,” forthcoming in Walking Bodies Papers, Provocations, Actions from Walking’s New Movements, the Conference, to be published by Triarchy Press in 2020, edited by Phil Smith, Helen Billinghurst, and Claire Hind

“Wood Mountain Walk and the Possibilities of Relationship in Solo Walking Performance,”, Canadian Theatre Review, 182, 2020

“Place and Space in Walking Pilgrimage,” International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage 8.1 (2020)

Place and Space in Walking Pilgrimage,” paper presented at Sacred Journeys 6, University of Maynooth, Ireland, 2019

“Wood Mountain Walk: Afterthoughts on a Pilgrimage for Andrew Suknaski,” International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage 7.1 (2019): 123-34

“Anecdotal Evidence: The Work of Gerald Saul,” catalogue essay for Anecdotal Evidence: The Work of Gerald Saul, retrospective exhibition at the Art Gallery of Regina, 2016

“Notre Dame d’Auvergne,” in Overlooking Saskatchewan: Minding the Gap, ed. Randal Rogers and Christine Ramsay (University of Regina Press, 2014)

“Masculinity in the Fiction of James De Mille,” in Making it Like a Man, ed. Christine Ramsay (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2011)

“Space and Sound in the Dirt Hills,” in Crossfiring/Mama Wetotan: Sighting Citing Siting, ed. Kathleen Irwin and Rory MacDonald (Canadian Plains Research Center, 2009)