Buffy Scholar/Critic

Scott McLaren is the Humanities and Religious Studies Librarian at York University where he also teaches through the Centre for Academic Writing. When not teaching or helping students with research at York he is a part-time PhD student at the University of Toronto. He has also taught at the University of Toronto as an adjunct professor. A member of the Modern Language Association, the Conference on Christianity and Literature, the Association of College and Research Libraries, and the Toronto Centre for the Book, he is also serving a three-year term on the Mythopoeic Society's Council of Stewards as Secretary of the Mythopoeic Press. His own research centers mostly around the intersection of religion and literature in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He is also interested in the history of the book in Canada both as a cultural artifact and as a religious icon from the middle of the eighteenth to the end of the nineteenth centuries.


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