Garry Sherbert

Professor
PhD (University of Alberta); MA (Queen's University); BA

Office: AH 360
E-mail: Garry.Sherbert@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4966

Current classes
ENGL 110-001 and ENGL 315AE Canadian Cultural Studies

Research interests

  • Culture
  • Literary Theory, especially Jacques Derrida and Northrop Frye
  • 16th-century Non-Dramatic Literature
  • 18th-century and Romantic literature
  • Menippean Satire

Garry Sherbert's main fields of interest are culture, literary theory (recently, the works of Jacques Derrida and Northrop Frye), 16th century non-dramatic literature, Eighteenth-century and Romantic literature, and Menippean satire. He has published various essays and two books, Menippean Satire and the Poetics of Wit (Lang 1996) and Canadian Cultural Poesis: Essays Canadian Culture (Wilfrid Laurier, 2006). He is currently about to complete two books entitled In the Name of Friendship: Deguy, Derrida, and Deconstruction (Rodopi, forthcoming), and another co-edited volume for The Collected Works of Northrop Frye entitled Northrop Frye on Shakespeare and the Renaissance (U of Toronto P, forthcoming).