From Nursery Rhymes to Nationhood: Children’s Literature and the Construction of Canadian Identity Elizabeth A. Galway was born and raised in Toronto and was an undergraduate student at Victoria College. She received her Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, completing a specialist program in English and a minor in Classical Civilizations. Her graduate studies took her to the United Kingdom, where she completed her Master of Arts at Durham University and her PhD at the University of Exeter. She is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Lethbridge in southern Alberta where she conducts research and teaches courses in the areas of children’s literature, Canadian literature, and nineteenth-century literature.
Pigeon Post by Arthur Ransome, Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy and The Odyssey by Homer.
U of T Memory
One of my favourite memories is of taking part in the Calypso cruise on Lake Ontario during Victoria College's orientation week celebrations, first as a new student and later as an orientation leader.