Canadian Literature would like to thank the following scholars for their insightful reviews and feedback on CanLit Guides: Judy Brown, Sherrill Grace, Kathryn Grafton, Chris Lee, Deanna Reder, Laurie Ricou, and Janice Stewart.
We would also like to thank Roberta Birks and Glenn Deer for consulting on approaches to teaching Canadian literature at UBC, as well as all of the international participants in our development survey.
Also thank you to the poets who have given us permission to incorporate their work into CanLit Guides.
Canadian Literature thanks the following programs at UBC for their financial support of students working on CanLit Guides: Arts Undergradute Research Awards, the Teaching & Learning Enhancement Fund, Canadian Studies Program, and the Work Learn Program at the Centre for Student Involvement & Careers.
We are also grateful to the participants of the first CanLit Guides Chapter Workshop (May 2016) for their valuable insights and attentive feedback on the future of CLG: Shelley Boyd, Clint Burnham, Sarah Banting, Nathalie Cooke, Margery Fee, Nadine Fladd, Brenna Gray, Ceilidh Hart, Tiffany Johnstone, Christine Kim, Lucia Lorenzi, Bronwyn Malloy, Sophie McCall, Brendan McCormack, Farah Moosa, Gillian Roberts, Shannon Smyrl, Katja Thieme, Camille Van der Marel, and Carl Watts.
The workshop, hosted at the University of British Columbia, was possible due to the following sponsors:
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
- Hampton Fund (Office of the Vice-President)
- SPARC: Support Programs to Advance Research Capacity
- UBC Faculty of Arts
- Green College
- UBC Centre for Student Involvement & Careers Work Learn Program
- Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology
- UBC English Department
- SFU English Department
- Development and Alumni Engagement, UBC Faculty of Arts
- UBC Bookstore
- Museum of Anthropology
We thank those workshop participants who later served as chapter peer reviewers for our single-blind peer review process.