Sarah Roger
Adjunct Assistant Professor, English & Cultural Studies

Sarah Roger is the lead investigator on a SSHRC-funded Insight Development Grant exploring the impact of mass reading events, literary prizes, and public intellectuals on individuals reading habits and collective concepts of identity.
Previously, Sarah was a research fellow at the University of Edinburgh and a doctoral student and research fellow at the University of Oxford.

Sarah is the author of Borges and Kafka: Sons and Writers (Oxford University Press, 2017), the notes for Jorge Guillermo Borges’s La Senda (Borges Center, 2015), and many other articles and chapters. With Paul Barrett (Concordia) she is currently co-editing Canadian Digital Humanities, a collection of essays on the relationship between Canadian studies, digital scholarship, and creative work. She is also an editor for Ars Medica, the Canadian journal of the medical humanities.
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