Vic Cavalli

Vic Cavalli, Assistant Professor of English at TWU, brings Catholic Pacific College his expertise in both early-modern religious literature and in creative writing.  His research on Robert Southwell has been published in Recusant History, Faith & Reason, and Ushaw Magazine.  His poetry, short fiction, and visual art have been published in various literary journals in North America, England, Australia, and New Zealand.

Area of Expertise: Early-modern Religious Literature; Creative Writing

Research: Youth culture; Anthropology of identity; Tribalism; Hip hop culture; Theological dimensions of Heavy Metal culture; Emerging Canadian authors; Literature and the Visual Arts.

Education: B.A. (St. Thomas University); M.A. (University of British Columbia); Ph.D. (cand.) (University of British Columbia)

Fall 2017 Courses - Glover Road Campus:

ENGL 103 CP, Introduction to Fiction

Spring 2017 Courses - Glover Road Campus:

ENGL 104 CP, Introduction to Poetry and Drama

Fall 2016 Courses - Glover Road Campus:

ENGL 103 CP, Introduction to Fiction

Spring 2016 Courses:

ENGL 104 CP, Introduction to Poetry and Drama

Fall 2015 Courses:

ENGL 103 CP, Introduction to Fiction