The following are retired members of faculty who are either emeritus or who are maintaining an active link through teaching or research with the department.
Algoo-Baksh, Stella BA, MA, PhD (Memorial). Professor.
Post-Colonial literature, Canadian literature.
Artiss, Phyllis Dip. Ed. (Acadia), MA (Edinburgh), PhD (Texas). Honorary Research Professor (co-investigator SSHRC).
Balisch, L. Faith BA (King's), BEd (Dalhousie), MA, PhD (Memorial). Associate Professor. 19th Century Canadian Literature, Modern Canadian Fiction, Canadian Humour.
Buchanan, Roberta BA (Keele), PhD (Birmingham). Emeritus.
Byrne, P.A., B.A. Iona, M.A., Ph.D. Memorial, Cross appointment, Department of Folklore; Director, Institute of Social and Economic Research.
Casey, George BA, BA(Ed), MA (Memorial), PhD (Sheffield). Associate Professor.
Gardner, Averil BA. (Hons.) Grad. Cert. Ed. (London), MA (Memorial).
Gardner, Philip MA (Cantab), PhD (Liverpool), FRSL. Honorary Research Professor (SSHRC).
Hollett, R. BA, MPhil (Memorial). Associate Professor.
Kromm, Sandra MA (Memorial), PhD (London). Associate Professor.
Rompkey, Ronald, O.C., C.D., MA, BEd (Memorial), PhD (London), F.R.S.C., F.R.Hist.S. University Research Professor. Emeritus.
Eighteenth-Century Satire, Fiction and Drama, Theory and Practice of Biography and Autobiography, Labrador (especially Sir Wilfred Grenfell), the French in Newfoundland.
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Shorrocks, Graham BA (Hons), PGCE (Birmingham), MA, PhD (Sheffield). Professor.
President of the English National Committee of the European Linguistics Atlas.
Dialectology, English Language, Linguistics, Folklore and Popular Culture, Literary Dialect, Dialect Literature. Editor: Regional Language Studies.
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