Parker, Lindsay. “American Literature: The Twentieth Century. 8. Latino/a, Asian American, and General Ethnic Writing.” The Year’s Work in English Studies 97.1 (2018): 1125–1128.
——. “American Literature: The Twentieth Century. 8. Latino/a, Asian American, and General Ethnic Writing.” The Year’s Work in English Studies 96.1 (2017): 1154–1157.
Parker, Lindsay & James Gifford. “American Literature: The Twentieth Century. 6(b). Native, Asian American, and General Ethnic Writing.” The Year’s Work in English Studies 95.1 (2016): 1085–1091.
Parker, Lindsay and James Gifford. “Rethinking How Humanities Think: Daring and ‘Do Make Think’.” English Studies in Canada 38.1 (2013): 89–113.
Parker, Lindsay. “American Literature: The Twentieth Century. 4. Native, Asian American, Latino/a, and General Ethnic Writing.” The Year’s Work in English Studies 92.1 (2013): 854–860.
Stephanides, Theodore. Autumn Gleanings: Corfu Memoirs & Poems. Eds. R. Pine, Lindsay Parker, James Gifford, & Anthony Hirst. Corfu, Greece: Durrell School of Corfu, 2011. 144 pp.
Parker, Lindsay. “Silence of lips and minds”: Lawrence Durrell and the politics of place in “The Tree of Idleness.” Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies (2014): in press.
CONFERENCE AND SYMPOSIUM PAPERS
Parker, Lindsay R. “Climax in Memoirs: Subjectivity and Historical Narratives of Mediterranean Conflict.” The Mediterranean and its Hinterlands: ‘le pays en profondeur’. Université Toulouse – Jean Jaurès. 28–30 September 2016.
——. “Thinking through and Thinking in the University.” Crossing Disciplines. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Vancouver, BC. 10 Sept. 2012. (panel with Drs. Ian Angus (SFU), Cecil Abrahams (FDU), & Larry Axelrod (Alder School of Psychology)
——. “High Stakes / Low Stakes in Comparative Literature: What have we got to lose?” Rethinking the Humanities Colloquium. University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, SK. 12–14 Apr 2011. (Funded)
Parker, Lindsay R.”Promotion and Tenure in the Collective Agreements of the U15 in Canada As an Emblem of the Everyday: The Coordination of Arbitrary Individual Decisions As Performance Culture.” World Congress of Sociology. International Sociological Association. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON. 15–21 July 2018.
——. “Solidarity against Fragmentation: Querying Academics as Professionals.” Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Association of Canadian College & University Teachers of English. University of Calgary. Calgary, AB. 28–31 May 2016.
——. “Producing Scientific Knowledge: Precarious Careers, Peer-Review and Institutional Contexts.” 4S, Society for Social Studies of Science. Denver, CO. USA. 11–15 November 2015.
——. “Translating Locality: Indigeneity and (Post)Colonial Space.” 42nd Louisville Conference on Literature & Culture Since 1900. University of Louisville. Louisville, KY. 20–22 February 2014.
——. “‘Always Indigenize!’ and Generalized Symmetry: STS and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Canadian Universities.” Society for Social Studies of Science. San Diego, CA. USA. 9–12 October 2013.
——. “The Discourses of Law, the Non-Human, and Automatons v. Rights, Translation, and Generalized Symmetry.” Globalize, Identify, Transform: A Symposium. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Vancouver, BC. 16–17 May 2013.
——. “Actor Network Theory & Automatic Actors: Sleep Disorders & the Problem of Subjectivity.” World Literature / Comparative Literature. American Comparative Literature Association. Vancouver. 31 March–3 April 2011.
——. “Time Present and Time Past: C.P. Cavafy’s Politics of Diaspora and Exile.” MSA 12: Modernist Networks. Modernist Studies Association. University of Victoria. Victoria, BC. 11 Nov 2010.
——. “(Im)personal Landscape: Bitter Lemons and ‘The Tree of Idleness” on Cyprus.” Crossing Boundaries I: Literature, Art & Culture. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Vancouver, BC. 2 September 2010.
——. “Between rest and wakefulness: the sleepwalker’s popular life and the construction of a medico-legal reality in the United Kingdom in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.” Canadian Sociological Association at Congress 2010, Concordia University, Montreal, QC. 2 June 2010.
——. “Presence of Absence of Mind: Usages of Automatism in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries.” Canadian Comparative Literature Association at Congress 2010, Concordia University. Montreal, QC. 30 May 2010.
——. “Presence or Absence of Mind: the theorist, the lawyer, the doctor, and the automaton.” Pacific Sociology Association. Oakland, CA. 18 April 2010.
——. “The Oldenburg Project: Indexing Meaning and Reputation.” New Directions in Text Analysis, Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis. University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, SK. 16 October 2008.
——. “The Social and Rhetorical Construction of Sleep: Sleepwalking from Freud to Surrealism.” Arrivals and Departures. American Comparative Literature Association. Long Beach, CA. 25 April 2008.
——. “Writing Comparative Scottish and Canadian Case Studies of Conflicting Professional Boundaries.” Coordinates of Comparison 2008. Office of Interdisciplinary Studies. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. 22 March 2008.
——. “Sleep, Murder and Medical Policy in Canadian Law in the early 20th century.” Science Studies Unit. University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland. 15 February 2008.
——. “Science Studies & Literature.” SSHRC Research Colloquia. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. 17 April 2007.
——. “Writing Women in the Early Royal Society.” Rooms of Their Own: Women in the Knowledge Economy, the Royal Society of Canada, University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. 2–4 May 2007.
——. “‘The God Abandons Antony’: Durrell’s ‘Cleopatra’ with Shakespeare and Shaw.” 20th Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville. Louisville, KY. 22–24 February 2007.
——. “Demonax and Lawrence Durrell: the last novel?” Department of English and the International Lawrence Durrell Society, University of Victoria. Victoria, BC. Durrell and the Archives. 25 June 2006.
——. “Pharmacy Professionals: Reclassifying the Scope of Practice.” Global Interconnectivity. Faculty of Law Graduate Conference. University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC. 28 April 2005.