Research Consultant: Denae Dyck

Denae Dyck recently completed her PhD from the University of Victoria, where she received the Governor General’s Gold Medal for outstanding academic record at the doctoral level. Her research and teaching interests include Victorian literature and culture, literature and religion/spirituality, and life writing. Her publications include articles in Victorian PoetryVictorian ReviewEuropean Romantic ReviewChristianity and Literature, and ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, and she is currently at work on a book project entitled Forming Wisdom: Victorian Hermeneutics and the Literary Imagination. She is a collaborator on the Crafting Communities project on Victorian material culture, and she co-convenes the Religion and Spiritualities Caucus of the North American Victorian Studies Association.
Roles played in the project: metadata indexer.