Peter M. Daly

CURRICULUM VITAE

99-04-30

Date of Birth: 3. 6. 1936

Citizenship: Naturalised Canadian, British subject 

Academic and Professional Experience

Year University Department Rank/Position
1992 - McGill University German Chair
1991 - 1992 U. of Tennessee at Chattanooga A.N.B. Chair of Excellence in Humanities
1989 - Institut de Recherche en Histoire de L'Architecture (Canadian Centre for Architecture, McGill and Université de Montreal) humanities member
1978 - McGill University German Professor and Chair
1973 - 1978 University of Manitoba German Professor
1968 - 1973 University of Manitoba German Associate Professor
1967 - 1968 University of Sask Regina Mod.Lang. Acting Chairman
1966 - 1968 University of Sask Regina German Associate Professor
1965 - 1966 University of Sask Regina German Assistant Professor
1964 - 1965 University of New Brunswick German Assistant Professor
1960 - 1964 Universität Zürich English Lecturer

Degrees and Graduate Studies

Year University Subject Degree & Year
1955 - 1958 University of Bristol German B.A. 1958
1958 - 1959 University of Bristol Education Cert.Ed. 1959
1960 - 1963 Universität Zürich German Ph.D. 1963

Undergraduate teaching:

German language and literature, translation, English literature of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, German literature in Translation, humanities courses, illustrated advertising, word and image, emblem studies.

Graduate Teaching:

German literature of the seventeenth century; genres: lyric, Novelle; European emblem studies.

Research Interests:

German Baroque literature, English literature in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; Shakespeare translation; European emblem tradition; word-image relationships; bibliography and image indexing, computer applications in humanities research.

Academic Awards and Distinctions:

Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship (1976-77), 
John and Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1982), 
Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship: renewal (1989), 
Konrad Adenauer Forschungspreis for 1994.

PUBLICATIONS

Books

  1. Die Metaphorik in den "Sonnetten" der Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (Zürich, 1964), pp.180 (published dissertation)
  2. with Victor G. Doerksen, Texts in German Literature, Die Aufklärung (Toronto: Copp Clark, 1968), pp.386.
  3. with Victor G. Doerksen, Texts in German Literature. Sturm und Drang (Toronto: Copp Clark, 1969), pp.377.
  4. with Ingrid Black, Gelegenheit und Geständnis. Unveröffentlichte Gelegenheitsgedichte als verschleierter Spiegel des Lebens und Wirkens der Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg , "Kanadische Studien zur deutschen Sprache und Literatur," vol.3 (Bern: Lang, 1971), pp.75.
  5. Dichtung und Emblematik bei Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (Bonn: Bouvier, 1976), pp.262.
  6. with C. Lappe, Text- und Variantenkondordanz zu Schillers "Kabale und liebe" (Berlin: de Gruyter, 1976), pp.682.
  7. Literature in the Light of the Emblem : Structural Parallels between Literature and the Emblem in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979), pp.245.
  8. Emblem Theory : Recent German Contributions to the Characterization of the Emblem Genre, (Nendeln: KTO, 1979), pp.134.
  9. (ed.) The European Emblem: Towards an Index Emblematicus (Waterloo: Wilfried Laurier University Press, 1980), pp.154.
  10. (ed.) with Virginia W. Callahan and Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, assisted by Simon Cuttler, Index Emblematicus: Andreas Alciatus. Volume 1: The Latin Emblems. Indexes and Lists (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985), pp.368.
  11. (ed.) assisted by Simon Cuttler, Index Emblematicus: Andreas Alciatus. Volume II: Emblems in Translation , (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985), pp.464.
  12. (ed.) The English Emblem and the Continental Tradition , (New York: AMS Press, 1988), pp. xxii + 263.
  13. (ed.) in collaboration with Leslie T. Duer, Anthony Raspa and Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, assisted by Rüdiger Meyer and Mary V. Silcox, The English Tradition . Volume One. Index Emblematicus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988), pp.xvi + 483.
  14. (ed.) with Karl Josef Höltgen and Wolfgang Lottes, Word and Visual Imagination: Studies in the Interaction of English Literature and the Visual Arts , "Erlanger Forschungen, Reihe A, Geisteswissenschaften, vol.43 (Erlangen: Universitätsbund Erlangen-Nürnberg e. V., 1988), pp.386.
  15. (ed.) Andrea Alciato and the Emblem Tradition: Essays in Honor of Virginia Woods Callahan (New York: AMS Press, 1989), pp.xxiv + 294.
  16. with Mary V. Silcox, The English Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Literature , "Corpus Librorum Emblematum" (Munich, London, New York, Paris: Saur, 1990), pp.xix + 179.
  17. (ed.) The Index of Emblem Art Symposium , (New York: AMS Press, 1990), pp.xiv + 184.
  18. with Mary V. Silcox, The Modern Critical Reception of the English Emblem , "Corpus Librorum Emblematum" (Munich, London, New York, Paris: Saur, 1991), pp.xvi + 337.
  19. Teaching Shakespeare and the Emblem : A Lecture and Bibliography (Wolfville: Acadia University, 1993), pp.45.
  20. (ed.) with Mary V. Silcox, in collaboration with Leslie T. Duer, Beert Verstraete, and assisted by Rüdiger Meyer,The English Tradition . Volume Two. Index Emblematicus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993), xvii + 546.
  21. with G. Richard Dimler, S.J., The Jesuit Series , Part One, "Corpus Librorum Emblematum" (Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 1997), pp.lx + 229.
  22. (ed.) with Daniel S. Russell, Emblematic Perceptions: Festschrift for William S. Heckscher (Baden-Baden: Valentin Koerner Verlag, 1997).
  23. (ed.) with Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, and Horst Richter. Germany Reunified: A Five- and Fifty-Year Retrospective , "McGill European Studies" vol.1 (New York: Peter Lang, 1997).
  24. (ed.) with Mary V. Silcox, in collaboration with Leslie T. Duer, Beert Verstraete, and assisted by Rüdiger Meyer,The English Tradition . Volume Four. Index Emblematicus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998), viii + 376.
  25. Literature in the Light of the Emblem : Structural Parallels between Literature and the Emblem in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, 2nd revised and expanded ed. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998), pp.xvi + 283
  26. (ed.) with Hans J. Böker. The Emblem and Architecture: Studies in Applied Emblematics from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries (Turnhout: Brepols, 1999), xxii + 312.
  27. (ed.) with John Manning, Aspects of Renaissance and Baroque Symbol Theory (New York: AMS Press, 1999).

Essays in Books

  1. "Probleme der Shakespeare-Übersetzung," Der deutsche Shakespeare (Basel, 1965), pp.45-50.
  2. "Die Schlegel-Tieck Übersetzung von `Hamlet'," Der deutsche Shakespeare (Basel, 1965), pp.76-93.
  3. with Martin Bircher, "Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg und Johann Wilhelm von Stubenberg. Zur Frage der Autorschaft zweier annonymer Widmungsgedichte," Literaturwissenschftliches Jahrbuch (1966), pp.17-35.
  4. "Emblematische Strukturen in der Dichtung der Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg," Europäische Tradition und deutscher Literaturbarock . Internationale Beiträge zum Problem von Überlieferung und Umgestaltung, ed. G. Hoffmeister (Bern: Francke, 1973), pp.182-215.
  5. "Translation as Interpretation: Some Observations on Three German Translations of a Macbeth Speech," Deutung und Bedeutung . Studies in German and Comparative Literature Presented to Karl-Werner Maurer, ed. B. Schludermann et al. (The Hague, 1973), pp.336-351.
  6. "C.R.v. Greiffenberg und Honore d'Urfe. Einige Bemerkungen zur Frage von Catharinas Rezeption der Schäfer-dichtung," Schäferdichtung . Referate der fünften Arbeitsgruppe beim zweiten Jahrestreffen des Internationalen Arbeitskreises für deutsche Barockliteratur Wolfenbüttel 1976, ed. Werner Vosskamp (Hamburg, 1977) pp.67-84.
  7. "Southwells Gedicht `The Burning Babe' und die Emblemtechnik," Emblem und Emblemrezeption , ed. S. Penkert (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1978), pp.174-193 (translation of "Southwell's `Burning Babe' and the Emblematic Practice.")
  8. "The Description of Emblems as a Basis for the Index Emblematicus," The European Emblem: Towards an Index Emblematicus , (Waterloo: Wilfried Laurier University Press, 1980), pp.5-14.
  9. "Towards an Index Emblematicus," The European Emblem: Towards an Index Emblematicus (Waterloo: Wilfried Laurier University Press, 1980), pp.137-144.
  10. "The Emblematic Tradition and Baroque Poetry," German Baroque Literature . The European Perspective, ed. Gerhard Hoffmeister (New York, 1983), pp.52-71.
  11. "Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg-Leben und Werk," Deutsche Dichter des 17. Jahrhunderts (Berlin: Schmidt, 1984), pp.615-640.
  12. "Shakespeare and the Emblem. The Use of Evidence and Analogy in Establishing Iconographic and Emblema-tic Effects," Shakespeare and the Emblem . Studies in Renaissance Iconography and Iconology (Szeged, Hungary, 1984), pp.117-87.
  13. "The `Four Seasons' Tapestries made for Sir John Tracy of Toddington," in The Sudeleys-Lords of Toddington , ed. Robert Smith (London: The Manorial Society of Great Britain, 1987), pp.169-189.
  14. "The Cultural Context of English Emblem Books" in The English Emblem and the Continental Tradition , ed. Peter M. Daly, (New York: AMS Press, 1988), pp.1-60.
  15. "Modern Illustrated Advertising and the Renaissance Emblem" in Word and Visual Imagination: Studies in the Interaction of English Literature and the Visual Arts , ed. Karl Josef Höltgen, Peter M. Daly and Wolfgang Lottes, "Erlanger Forschungen, Reihe A, Geisteswissenschaften, vol.43 (Erlangen: Universitätsbund Erlangen-Nürnberg e. V., 1988), pp.349-371.
  16. with Bari Hooper, "John Harvey's Carved Mantle-Piece (ca. 1570): An Early Instance of the Use of Alciato Emblems in England" in Andrea Alciato and the Emblem Tradition. Essays in Honor of Virginia Woods Callahan , ed. Peter M. Daly, (New York: AMS Press, 1989), pp.177-204.
  17. "The Rationale for the Creation of an Index of Emblem Art," in The Index of Emblem Art Symposium , ed. Peter M. Daly, (New York: AMS Press, 1990), pp.1-4.
  18. "A Preliminary Model for the Index of Emblem Art," in The Index of Emblem Art Symposium , ed. Peter M. Daly, (New York: AMS Press, 1990), pp.139-152.
  19. "A Revised Model for the Index Emblem Art," in The Index of Emblem Art Symposium , ed. Peter M. Daly, (New York: AMS Press, 1990), pp.155-165.
  20. "Greiffenberg, Freiin von Seyssenegg, Catharina Regina von," in Erstausgaben deutscher Dichtung . Eine Bibliographie zur deutschen Literature 1600-1990. (Stuttgart: Alfred Kröner Verlag, 1992), p.547.
  21. "The Arbitrariness of George Wither's Emblems: Reconsidered" in The Art of the Emblem. Studies in Honour of Karl Josef Höltgen , ed. Michael Bath, John Manning and Alan R. Young (New York: AMS Press, 1993), pp.201-234.
  22. "Emblem." In The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1993), pp.326-7.
  23. "The Intertextuality of Word and Image in Wolfgang Hunger's German Translation of Alciato's Emblematum liber" in Intertextuality: German Literature and the Visual Arts , ed by Ingeborg Hoesterey and Ulrich Weisstein (Columbia S.C., Camden House, 1993), pp.30-46.
  24. "Adam and Eve in The Garden of Advertising" in European Iconography-East and West. Selected Papers of the Szeged International Conference. June 9-12, 1993 , ed. György E. Szönyi (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1995), pp.77-88.
  25. "Telling Images in Emblems, Advertisements and Logos" in Telling Images: The Ages of Life and Learning . Ed. Ayers Bagley and Alison M. Saunders. (University of Minnesota, 1996), pp.109-120, 151-5.
  26. Preface to The Telling Image , ed. Ayers Bagley, Edward Griffin and Austin McLean (New York: AMS Press, 1996), pp.xiii-xiv.
  27. "What Happened to English Emblems During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries?" in The Telling Image , ed. Ayers Bagley, Edward Griffin and Austin McLean (New York: AMS Press, 1996), pp.227-272.
  28. "Where Are We Going in Studies of Iconography and Emblematics?" Iconography in Cultural Studies. Papers from the International Conference: European Iconography East and West . Edited by Attila Kiss. (Szeged, 1996), pp.5-28.
  29. "Paradin in Sixteenth-Century England: An Aspect of the Reception of Continental Imprese" in Emblematic Perceptions: Festschrift for William S. Heckscher , ed. Peter M. Daly and Daniel S. Russell (Baden-Baden: Valentin Koerner Verlag 1997), pp.61-91.
  30. "Introduction" to Germany Reunified: A Five- and Fifty-Year Retrospective , Ed. Peter M. Daly, Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, and Horst Richter. "McGill European Studies" vol.1 (New York: Peter Lang, 1997), pp.xi-xvii.
  31. "The Place of the English Emblem Book in the Context of Continental Emblem Book Production" in The Anglo-Dutch Relations in the Field of the Emblem . Ed. Bart Westerweel (Leiden: E.J Brill, 1997), pp.1-33.
  32. "Hamlet's Chameleon and Capon, and Leartes's Pelican: Politics and Self-Fashioning through Emblematic Argument in Hamlet " in Ars et Amicitia ... Festschrift für Martin Bircher zum 60. Geburtstag am 3. Juni 1998. Chloe. Beihefte zum Daphnis . Amsterdam, and Atlanta: Rodopi, 1998, pp.87-97.
  33. "Introduction." In Bruce Plouffe, Post-War German Novellas (New York: AMS Press, 1998), vii.
  34. "Emblem und Enigma: Erkennen und Verkennen im Emblem." In Erkennen und Erinnern in Kunst und Literatur . Ed. Dietmar Peil, Michael Schilling and Peter Strohschneider (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1998), pp.325-349.
  35. "Introduction." In The Emblem and Architecture: Studies in Applied Emblematics from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries . Ed. Peter M. Daly and Hans J. Böker (Turnhout: Brepols, 1999), xv-xxii.
  36. with Andrea MacElwee, "A Selective Bibliography." In The Emblem and Architecture: Studies in Applied Emblematics from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries . Ed. Peter M. Daly and Hans J. Böker (Turnhout: Brepols, 1999), pp. 247-308.
  37. "Emblematic Publications by the Jesuits of the Flanders-Belgiun Province to the Year 1700." In: The Jesuits and the Emblem Traditions , ed. John Manning and Marc van Vaeck (Turnhout: Brepols, 1999), 249-278.
  38. "Introduction" to Enciclopedia de Emblemas Espanoles ilustrados , eds. Antonio Bernat Vistarini and John Cull (Madrid: Akal, 1999), pp. 7-.14
  39. "George Wither's Use of Emblem Terminology" in Aspects of Renaissance and Baroque Symbol Theory 1500-1700 . Ed. Peter M. Daly and John Manning, (New York: AMS Press, 1999), pp. 27-38.

Articles

  1. "Das Zeitalter Shakespeares," Volkshochschule , 5 (1964), 132-138.
  2. "Das Zeitalter Shakespeares," (Schluß), Volkshochschule , 6 (1964).
  3. "Southwell's `Burning Babe' and the emblematic Practice," Wascana Review , 3 (1968), 29-44.
  4. "A Defense of Interpretation," Western Canadian Studies in Modern Languages and Literature , 1 (1970), 30-39.
  5. "The Poetic Emblem," Neophilologus , 54 (1970), 381-397.
  6. "From Shoebox to Computer: Some comments on Concordances," Proceedings of the Linguistic Circle of Manitoba and North Dakota , 10 (1971), 1-4.
  7. "Emblematic Poetry of Occasional Meditation," German Life and Letters , 25 (1972), 126-139.
  8. "Vom privaten Gelegenheitsgedicht zur öffentlichen Andachtsbetrachtung (zu C.R. v. Greiffenbergs `Trauer Liedlein')," Euphorion , 66 (1972), 308-314.
  9. "Trends and Problems in the Study of Emblematic Literature," Mosaic , 5 (1972), 53-68.
  10. "The Semantics of the Emblem-Recent Developments in Emblem Theory," Wascana Review , 9 (1974), 199-212.
  11. "Goethe and the Emblematic Tradition" Journal of English and Germanic Philology , 74 (1975), 388-412.
  12. "Zu den Denkformen des Emblems," Akten des V. Internationalen Germanisten-Kongresses . Cambridge 1975 (Bern: Peter Lang, 1976), 90-102.
  13. "Shakespeare's Sonnet 116: A Case of Emblematic Association," Shakespeare Quarterly , 28 (1977), 515-516.
  14. "Of Macbeth, Martlets and other `Fowles of Heauen'," Mosaic , 12 (1978), 23-46.
  15. "The European Emblem: Towards an Index Emblematicus," Wolfenbütteler Barock-Nachrichten , 6 (1979), 290-92. 55. "Der Index Emblematicus. Ein kurzer Bericht," Wolfenbütteler Barock-Nachrichten , 9 (1982), 394-396.
  16. "Emblematic Language and Iconographic Effects in Some Plays of Shakespeare," Utrecht Renaissance Studies , 1 (1982), 37-56.
  17. "Zur Inventarisierung der Emblematik: Ein Arbeitsbericht," Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik . Abhandlungen zum Rahmenthema XVII "Emblematik und Literaturwissenschaft" (Bern: Peter Lang, 1983), 100-120.
  18. "`Genius, die Büste der Natur enthüllend': Emblem, Occasional Poetry, and Philosophical Statement in the Poetry of the Older Goethe," Seminar , 20 (1984), 27-52.
  19. "Processing Emblems with the Computer," Computers and the Humanities , 19 (1985), 159-166.
  20. with Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, "Andrew Willet-England's First Religious Emblem Writer," Renaissance and Reformation , 10 (1986), 181-200.
  21. "The Case for the 1593 Edition of Thomas Combe's Theater of Fine Devices ", The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes , 49 (1986), 255-257.
  22. "Directions in Emblem Research-Past and Present," Emblematica , 1 (1986), 159-174.
  23. "Grimmelshausens Simplicissimus Teutsch doch ein Bildungsroman-zur Gattungsbestimmung von Grimmels-hausens Roman," Akten des VII. Internationalen Germanisten-Kongresses Göttingen 1985 , Vol.7 (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1986), 159-164.
  24. "Alciato's Emblem `Concordiae symbolum': A Medusa's Mirror for Rulers?," German Life and Letters , 41 (1988), 349-362.
  25. "The Union Catalogue of Emblem Books project and the Corpus Librorum Emblematum ," Emblematica 3 (1988), 121-133.
  26. with Mary V. Silcox, "William Marshall's Emblems (1650) Rediscovered," English Literary Renaissance , 19 (1989), 346-374.
  27. with Mary V. Silcox, "A Short Title Listing of English Emblem Books and Emblematic Works Printed to 1900,"Emblematica 4 (1989), 333-376.
  28. "The Bibliographic Basis of Emblem Studies," Emblematica 8 (1994), 151-185.
  29. with John Manning, "A Survey of the Emblematic Holdings in the Library of the Ruusbroeck Genootschap, Antwerp." Ons geestlijk erf (September 1996), 269-288.
  30. "Der Rückgriff auf den Stoizismus: Ein Zyklus italienisch betitelter Epigramme von Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg," Jahrbuch des Wiener Goethe-Vereins 100/101 (1996-1997), 131-145.
  31. "Alciato's `Spes proxima' Emblem: General Allegory or Local Specificity?" in Emblematica 9 (1995), 257-267.

Reviews

I have published reviews in the following journals: 
Archiv für das Studium der neuren Sprachen und Literaturen, Comparative Literature, Daphnis, Emblematica, English Language Notes, German Life and Letters, German Quarterly, Germanistik, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Modern Language Quarterly, Seminar, Seventeenth-Century News .

Forthcoming Publications

  1. "Sixteenth-Century Emblems and Imprese as Indicators of Cultural Change" in Allegory and Cultural Change , ed. Jon Whitman (Brill).
  2. (ed.) with Karl Filser, Alain Goldschläger, and Naomi Kramer. Building History. The Shoah in Art, Memory, and Myth . "McGill European Studies" 3 (New York, Washington, D.C./Baltimore, Boston, Bern, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna, Paris: Peter Lang, 1999.
  3. "Some Reflections on the Implications of the Terms `Kristallnacht' and `Progromnacht'." In Building History. The Shoah in Art, Memory, amd Myth . Ed. by Peter M. Daly, Karl Filser, Alain Goldschläger, and Naomi Kramer. "McGill European Studies" 3 (New York, Washington, D.C./Baltimore, Boston, Bern, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna, Paris: Peter Lang, 1999), pp.87-91.
  4. "Introductory Reflections." In Building History. The Shoah in Art, Memory, amd Myth . Ed. by Peter M. Daly, Karl Filser, Alain Goldschläger, and Naomi Kramer. "McGill European Studies" 3 (New York, Washington, D.C./Baltimore, Boston, Bern, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna, Paris: Peter Lang, 1999). pp. 141-2.
  5. Translation of Ambassador Primor's essay in Building History. The Shoah in Art, Memory, amd Myth . Ed. by Peter M. Daly, Karl Filser, Alain Goldschläger, and Naomi Kramer. "McGill European Studies" 3 (New York, Washington, D.C./Baltimore, Boston, Bern, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna, Paris: Peter Lang, 1999).
  6. (ed.) with Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, and Horst Richter, Images of Germany: Perceptions and Conceptions , "McGill European Studies" vol.4 (New York: Peter Lang, 1999).
  7. "Introduction" to Images of Germany: Perceptions and Conceptions , "McGill European Studies" vol.4 (New York: Peter Lang, 1999), pp.xi-xxiv.
  8. (ed.) with G. Richard Dimler SJ., and Rita Haub. Emblematik und Kunst der Jesuiten in Bayern: Einfluß und Wirkung . "Imago Figurata" Studies Vol. 3 (Turnhout: Brepols, in press).
  9. "A Survey of Emblematic Publications of the Jesuits of the Upper German Province to the Year 1800." InEmblematik und Kunst der Jesuiten in Bayern: Einfluß und Wirkung . Ed. Peter M. Daly, G. Richard Dimler SJ., and Rita Haub. "Imago Figurata" Studies Vol. 3 (Turnhout: Brepols, in press). pp.45-68.
  10. "Where are we in emblematic studies of Shakespeare since 1990?" to appear in the International Shakespeare Yearbook
  11. "The Nachleben of the Emblem: Emblematic structures in modern advertising and propaganda"
  12. Daly, Peter M. with Mary V. Silcox, "Addenda to Peter M. Daly and Mary V. Silcox, The English Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Literature . Munich, London, New York, Paris: K. G. Saur, 1990" to appear inEmblematica

WORK IN PROGRESS

  1. Bibliographic database project to create a Union Catalogue of Emblem Books, with five year funding provided by the Humanities and Social Sciences Research Council of Canada. An important by-product of the database work will be the following publications:
    • with G. Richard Dimler, S.J., The Jesuit Emblem , 5 folio volumes
    • with Mary V. Silcox, The English Emblem , 2 folio volumes
    • with Sabine Mödersheim, The German Emblem , 2 folio volumes
  2. Creation of the Index Emblematicus with indexes to key words and symbolic images in emblems. With Mary V. Silcox, The English Tradition . Volume Six and Seven. Index Emblematicus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press)
  3. Studies on the Reception of Alciato in England and Germany
  4. Studies on illustrated advertising, the public image and propaganda.

MAJOR SERIAL PUBLICATIONS

In addition to my books and articles written I also edit or co-edit seven series. These are:

  1. "AMS Studies in the Emblem" (New York: AMS Press), a monographic series edited by Peter M. Daly, and Daniel S. Russell (Pittsburgh), 1988 -;
  2. "AMS Studies in German Literature and Culture" (New York: AMS Press), a monographic series edited by Peter M. Daly, 1991 -;
  3. "Corpus Librorum Emblematum" (formerly, K.G. Saur Verlag, then McGill-Queen's University Press, now University of Toronto Press), a series of reference works edited by Peter M. Daly, 1990 -;
  4. Emblematica, (New York: AMS Press), an interdisciplinary journal edited by Peter M. Daly, John Manning (Lampeter, Wales) and Daniel S. Russell (Pittsburgh), 1986 -;
  5. "Imago Figurata" (Turnhout: Brepols) a monographic series edited by Peter M. Daly, John Manning (Lampeter, Wales) and Karel Porteman (Universitet Leuven, Belgium), 1999 -;
  6. "Index Emblematicus" (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) a series of reference works edited by Peter M. Daly, 1985 -;
  7. "McGill European Studies" (New York: Peter Lang) a monographic series edited by Peter M. Daly, 1997 -.

BOOKS PUBLISHED IN SERIES EDITED OR CO-EDITED BY PETER M. DALY

AMS Studies in the Emblem (New York: AMS Press), edited by Peter M. Daly and Daniel S. Russell

No. 1. Peter M. Daly, ed. The English Emblem and the Continental Tradition . 1988. 
No. 2. John Manning, ed. The Emblems of Thomas Palmer: Two hundred poosees . 1988. 
No. 3. Alan R. Young. English Tournament Imprese . 1988. 
No. 4. Peter M. Daly, ed. Andrea Alciato and the Emblem Tradition. Essays in Honor of Virginia Woods Callahan . 1990
No. 6. Peter M. Daly, ed. The Index of Emblem Art Symposium . 1990 
No. 7. John Manning with Estelle Haan, Abraham Fraunce, Symbolicae philosphiae liber quartus et ultimus . 1991. 
No. 8. Wendy R. Katz. The Emblems of Margaret Gatty. A Study of Allegory in Nineteenth-Century Children's Literature . 1992. 
No. 9. Mason Tung. ed. Two Concordances to Ripa's Iconologia . 1993. 
No. 10. Michael Bath, John Manning and Alan R. Young eds. The Art of the Emblem. Studies in Honor of Karl Josef Höltgen . 1993. 
No. 11. William S. Heckscher and Agnes B. Sherman (compilers) Emblematic Variants. Literary Echoes of Alciati's Term Emblema . A Vocabularly Drawn from the Title Pages of Emblem Books. 
No. 12. Ayers L. Bagley, Edwin Griffin, and Austin J. McLean (eds) The Telling Image. Explorations in the Emblem . 1996. 
No. 13. Michael Bath and Daniel S. Russell (eds) Deviceful Setting. The English Renaissance Emblem and its Contexts. 1996. 
No. 14. Peter M. Daly and John Manning (eds) Aspects of Renaissance and Baroque Symbol Theory . 1999.

AMS Studies in German Literature and Culture (New York: AMS Press), edited by Peter M. Daly

No. 1. Kenneth Fowler, Received Truths: Bertolt Brecht and the Problem of Gestus and Musical Meaning . 1991. 
No. 4. Stanley W. Beeler, The Invisible College: A Study of the Three Original Rosicrucian Texts . 1991. 
No. 5. Bruce Plouffe, Post-War German Novellas 1998.

Corpus Librorum Emblematum (formerly Munich: Saur, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, now Toronto: University of Toronto Press) edited by Peter M. Daly

No. 1. Peter M. Daly and Mary V. Silcox, The Modern Critical Reception of the English Emblem . 1990. 
No. 2. Peter M. Daly and Mary V. Silcox, The English Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Literature . 1991. 
No. 3. Peter M. Daly and G. Richard Dimler, S.J., The Jesuit Series , Part One. A-D. 1997. 
No. 4. Sandra Sider with Barbara Obrist, Bibliography of Emblematic Manuscripts . 1997. 
No. 5. Peter M. Daly and G. Richard Dimler, S.J., The Jesuit Series , Part Two. D-E. in press.

Index Emblematicus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), edited by Peter M. Daly

Peter M. Daly with Virginia W. Callahan and Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, assisted by Simon Cuttler, Andreas Alciatus. Volume 1: The Latin Emblems. Indexes and Lists . 1985. 
Peter M. Daly assisted by Simon Cuttler, Andreas Alciatus. Volume II: Emblems in Translation . 1985. 
Peter M. Daly in collaboration with Leslie T. Duer, Anthony Raspa and Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, assisted by Rüdiger Meyer and Mary V. Silcox, The English Tradition . Volume One. 1988. 
Peter M. Daly with Mary V. Silcox, in collaboration with Leslie T. Duer, Beert Verstraete, and assisted by Rüdiger Meyer, The English Tradition . Volume Two. 1993. 
Alan R. Young. Emblematic Flag Devices of the English Civil Wars 1642-1660 . Volume Three. 1995. 
Peter M. Daly with Mary V. Silcox, in collaboration with Leslie T. Duer, Beert Verstraete, and assisted by Rüdiger Meyer, The English Tradition . Volume Four. 1998. 
Alan R. Young. Henry Peacham's Manuscript Emblem Books . Volume Five. 1998.

McGill European Studies (New York, Washington, D.C./Baltimore, Boston, Bern, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna, Paris: Peter Lang)

No.1. Peter M. Daly, Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, and Horst Richter (eds). Germany Reunified: A Five- and Fifty-Year Retrospective, 1997. No. 2. Eric H. Vieler. The Ideological Roots of German National Socialism. 1999. No. 3. Peter M. Daly, Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis Goldsmith-Reber, and Horst Richter (eds). Images of Germany: Perceptions and Conceptions. in press. No. 4. Peter M. Daly, Karl Filser, Alain Goldschläger, and Naomi Kramer (eds). Building History. The Shoah in Art, Memory, and Myth. in press.

Imago Figurata (Turnhout: Brepols)

Editions Vol. 1: Antonius a Burgundia, Linguae vitia et remedia (Antwerp, 1631), with an introduction by Toon van Houdt, 1998. 
Editions Vol. 2: Johann Kreihing, Emblemata ethico-politica (Antwerp 1661), with an introduction by G. Richard Dimler, S.J. 1999. 
Editions Vol. 3: Hieronymus Ammon, Imitatio Crameriana (Nuremberg 1649), with an introduction by Sabine Mödersheim. 1999.


Studies Vol. 1A: The Jesuits and the Emblem Tradition , edited by John Manning and Marc van Vaeck. 1999. 
Studies Vol. 1B: The Emblem Tradition and the Low Countries , edited by John Manning, Karel Portemanand Marc van Vaeck. 1999. 
Studies Vol. 2: The Emblem and Architecture. Studies in Applied Emblematics from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries , edited by Hans J. Böker and Peter M. Daly, 1999. 
Studies Vol. 3: Emblematik und Kunst der Jesuiten in Bayern: Einfluß und Wirkung , edited by Peter M. Daly, G. Richard Dimler SJ, and Rita Haub. in press.

THESIS SUPERVISION (COMPLETED THESES)

Philip Donneson, "G.R. Weckherlin's Sonnets" M.A., University of Manitoba, 1970. 
Ingrid Black, "Ungedruckte Gedichte der Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg. Ein Beitrag zu Leben und Werk der Dichterin" M.A., University of Manitoba, 1971. 
John Henry Goossen, "A Study of Daniel Cramer's EMBLEMATVM SACRORVM, Das ist: Vierzig Geistliche Emblemata ausz der heiligen Schrifft von dem süssen Namen vnd Creutz Jesu Christi (Francoforti, 1671)" M.A., University of Manitoba, 1977. 
Doris M. Klostermaier, "Wanderungen und Wandlungen des Einhornmotivs von der altindischen Legende zur Emblematik des sechzehten und siebzehnten Jahrhunderts" M.A., University of Manitoba, 1978. 
Kevin Kennedy, "Sonettform und petrarkistische Bildlichkeit in Paul Flemings Liebessonetten" M.A., McGill University, 1983. 
Linda Feldman, "The Good Hausvater: Patriarchal Elements and the Depiction of Woman in Thee Works by Grimmelshausen" Ph.D., McGill University, 1986. 
Bruce Plouffe, "Post-War German Novellas," Ph. D., McGill University, 1990. 
Silke Falkner, "Zur schreibenden Frau im Barock: Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg. Sozialhistorische Produktionsbedingungen und ihre literarische Bewältigung" 1998.

PAPERS PRESENTED

1. Humanities Association at UNB, Fredericton, 1964. 
2. Western Canadian Modern Language Conference, Regina, 1968. 
3. Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, Oregon, 1968. 
4. Western Canadian Modern Language Conference, Regina, 1969. 
5. Western Canadian Modern Language Conference, Edmonton, 1970. 
6. Linguistic Circle of Manitoba and North Dakota, 1970. 
7. German Department of UBC, 1971. 
8. Medieval and Renaissance Guild, University of Manitoba, 1971. 
9. Public lecture at Waterloo University, October 1971. 
10. German Colloquium, University of Bristol, February 1973. 
11. Conference of British Germanists, Norwich, April 1973. 
12. Pacific-Northwest Renaissance Conference, Regina, March 1974. 
13. IVG Congress, Cambridge, August 1975. 
14. Internationaler Arbeitskreis für deutsche Barock-Literatur, Wolfenbüttel, Germany, August 1976. 
15 & 16. Conference on "Probleme der Erforschung der Emblematik", Wolfenbüttel, July 1977 (two papers). 
17. International conference on "Text und Bild im 17. Jahrhundert," Wolfenbüttel, March 1978. 
18 & 19. MLA, New York, December 1978 (papers in two sessions). 
20 & 21. McGill Symposium "Towards an Index Emblematicus," McGill, December 1978 (two papers). 
22. University of Regina, March 1980. 
23. Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, Tacoma, March 1980 (panel discussion). 
24. IVG Congress, Basel, August 1980. 
25. Renaissance Reformation Group, McGill, December 1980. 
26. CAUTG meetings, Halifax, May 1981. 
27. World Shakespeare Congress, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, August 1981. 
28. Shakespeare Association of America, Minneapolis, April 10, 1982. 
29. Renaissance Symposium, Utrecht, Netherlands, October 1982. 
30. Telidon Conference, Ottawa, April 1983. 
31. Centre for Renaissance Studies, Carleton University, April 1983. 
32. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, May 1983. 
33. 18th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1983. 
34. Seminar at the Institut für Deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft und Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, July 19, 1983. 
35 & 36. Duke University, North Carolina (two lectures), February 6-7, 1984. 
37. Institut für deutsche Philologie, Universität München, May 22, 1984. 
38. Conference on "Renaissance Iconography and Shakespeare," Attila Jozsef University, Szeged, Hungary, May 28, 1984. 
39. Renaissance Centre of the Attila Jozsef University, Szeged, May 29, 1984. 
40. Renaissance Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, May 30, 1984. 
41. Symposium on "Emblem Research" at McGill University January 14 and 15, 1985. 
42. Conference on "The Tracys of Toddington," organized by the Manorial Society of Great Britain, Toddington, April 1, 1985. 
43. Colloquium on "Poetry and Religion (1545-1600)," McGill University, April 19, 1985. 
44. Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 10, 1985. 
45 - 47. Public lecture and series of seminars at Glasgow University, May 19-24, 1985. 
48. IVG Congress, Göttingen, August 24, 1985. 
49. Conference on "The Renaissance Emblem," organized by the Scottish Branch of the Society for Renaissance Studies, Glasgow, February 8, 1986. 
50. "Renaissance Emblems and Modern Illustrated Advertising," University of Pittsburgh, February 27, 1986. 
51. University of Pittsburgh, February 28, 1986. 
52. Conference on "New Perspectives on the Hungarian Renaisance," University of Bloomington, Indiana, October 28-30, 1986. 
53. Symposium on "Visual Approaches to Shakespeare," McGill University, October 30-November 1, 1986. 
54. Acadia University, Wolfeville, N.S., November 13, 1987 
55. Fordham University, New York, January 22, 1987 
56. Conference "The Protean Life of Emblems after the Sixteenth Century: A Symposium in Honour of George Levitine." University of Maryland, March 28, 1987. Chair and respondant for session 1. 
57. First International Conference on Word and Image," Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, March 21-25, 1987. Also organized section on "Word and Image in the Emblem." 
58. International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, May 7 - 10, 1987. Co-organized two sessions on emblems. 
59. Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, July, 1987 
60. First International Conference on Emblem Studies "The European Emblem," Glasgow, August 11-14, 1987. 
61. Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May, 1988 
62. University of Copenhagen, July 1988 
63. Symposium "Andrea Alciati and the Emblem Tradition," Princeton University, September 24, 1988. 
64. McGill symposium "The Index of Emblem Art: Ways and Means" September 27 and 28, 1988. 
65. Yale University, March 7, 1989 
66. Conference on Cultural Emblematics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, April 27, 1989 
67. Renaissance Forum, Copenhagen University, November 30, 1989 
68. Conference "The Emblem in the Low Countries," Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, December 9, 1989. 
69. Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University, May 11, 1990: 
70. Glasgow International Emblem Conference, August 15, 1990. 
71. Conference on Intertextuality in German Literature and the Visual Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington, November 18-21, 1990 
72. Ohio State University, April, 1991 
73. Humanities Center, University of Georgia, June 1991 
74-79. Series of six public lectures on "The Telling Image: Past and Present" at the University of Tennessee of Chattanooga, September 1992 - March 1992 
80. Symposium on "Some Verbal and Visual Aspects of English Culture," University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, January, 1992 
81. Deutsches Haus, New York University, February 4, 1992 
82. Symposium on "Aspects of Renaissance and Baroque Symbol Theory (1500-1700)," University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, May, 1992 
83. Invited speaker at Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, Atlantic Canada Regional Conference, Acadia University, October 2, 1992 
84. Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May, 1993 
85. Leiden University, conference on "The Anglo-Dutch Literary Trade in Matters Emblematical" April 1993. 
86. Szeged, Hungary, conference on "European Iconogfraphy East West" June, 1993 
87. Szeged, Hungary, conference on "European Iconogfraphy East West" June, 1993 
88. Pittsburgh International Emblem Conference, August 15, 1993. 
89. Pittsburgh International Emblem Conference, August 15, 1993. 
90. Invited lecture, Richard F. Salisbury Memorial Lecture, McGill, January 26, 1994. 
91. Invited lecture to Friends of the Library Lecture Series, McGill, 1994 
92. Conference on "Religion, Politics and the Emblem," McGGill, May 1994 
93. Invited lecture, Amstetten, Austria, Greiffenberg-Symposium, September 1994. 
94. Invited presentation at Hebrew University of Jerusalem symposium on "Allegory and Cultural Change" April, 1995. 
95. Invited keynote lecture at University of Minnesota conference on cultural emblematics, May 1995. 
96. Invited lecture at Universität München, May, 1995 
97 & 98. Invited lectures at Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, May, 1995 
99. Paper at Wroclaw conference on "Emblematics - A State of the Art" June, 1995 
100. Invited lecture to Symposium on "Emblems, Art, and Advertising" Fordham University, February 15, 1996. 
101. Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May, 1996. 
102. Paper at Fourth International Congress of Emblem Studies, Leuven, Belgium, August, 1996. 
103. Invited lecture to University of Vermont, September 18, 1996. 
104. Paper at Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May, 1997. 
105. Invited lecture at Universität München, July 1997. 
106. Invited lecture to Beth Ora Synagogue, May, 1998. 
107. Paper at Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May, 1998. 
108. Paper at Munich Conference on "Jesuitische Emblematik in Bayern." Munich, July, 1998. 
109. Paper at Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May, 1999. 
110-113. 4 lectures on the Danube cruise for university alumni, August 1999. 
114. Plenary lecture at the fifth Emblem congress, Munich, August 1999.

EXTERNAL FELLOWSHIPS AND RESEARCH GRANTS

In addition to two leave fellowships awarded by the Canada Council and the SSHRCC, I was granted:

  • Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship (1976-77),
  • John and Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1982),
  • Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship: renewal (1989).
  • German Academic Exchange Service (1992)
  • Humboldt Foundation (Bonn, FRG) The Konrad Adenauer Research Award (DM 100,000) 1994.

MAJOR GRANTS SINCE 1979

1979-80, from SSHRC $28,874. for a feasibility study on the Index Emblematicus. 
1980-81, from SSHRC $47,019. for work on the computerized Index Emblematicus. 
1981-82, from SSHRC $49,328. for work on the computerized Index Emblematicus. 
1985-86, from SSHRC $69,866. for English Emblems and Imprese 
1986-87, from SSHRC $62,805. for English Emblems and Imprese 
1987, from SSHRC $12,929, International Collaborative Research Grant to support Glasgow conference "The European Emblem", at which nine Canadians participated. 
1986-87, with Alan R. Young (Acadia University), from SSHRC $14,900 for Kassel Project (1611 travel diaries) 
1987-88, from SSHRC $70,800 for English and German Reception of Alciato's Emblems 
1988, with Professor Trudis Goldsmith-Reber (McGill) from Goethe Institute Montreal, $7,000 for a conference on "Interkulturelle Landeskunde" 
1988, with Professor Trudis Goldsmith-Reber (McGill) from Stadaf Committee of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany (Ottawa), $8,000 for a joint project with the Fremdspracheninstitut of the University of Hamburg on "Interkulturelle Landeskunde." 
1989-1994, from SSHRC $372,446 for the Union Catalogue of Emblem Books Project, a bibliographic research database 
1992, from McGill University $4,000 as a research development grant in connection with the International Emblem Project: A Research Database Facility. 
1994-96, from SSHRC $82,755 for "Sixteenth-Century Emblems: preservation and analysis; a research tool and international pilot study with ICONCLASS 
1998-2000, from SSHRC $80,000

ADMINISTRATIVE AND COMMITTEE WORK AT McGIILL UNIVERSITY

Department of German

Chairman (1978, reappointed 1983, 1988, 1991 and 1996) 
Chairman, Graduate Studies 
Chairman, Personnel Committee

Faculty of Arts

Chairman, Committee on Research, Faculty of Arts (1982-86) 
Chairman, Cyclical Review Committee for Department of Philosophy 
Chairman, Cyclical Review Committee for Department of Art History 
Member, Cyclical Review Committee for Department of Comparative Literature 
Member, Dean's Advisory Committee in the selection of a chairman for Linguistics 
Member, ad-hoc committee on computing 
Member, Advisory Committee on Comparative Literature 
Executive Committee, Renaissance and Reformation Study Group

Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research

Member, Graduate Faculty Council 
Member, Computer Policy Sub-Committee, (since its inception) 
Dean's Advisory Committee on the Humanities and Social Sciences

Senate

Member, Academic Planning and Priorities Committee (APPC) 
Member, Review of Existing Programmes Sub-Committee of APPC 
Member, Committee on Proprietary Research and Academic Freedom

University-wide Committees

Various Statutory Selection Committees for Promotion to Full Professor 
Member, Principal's Advisory Committee for the selection of Vice-Principal, Research 
Member, Management Committee and Editorial Committee of Fortunatus

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Editorial work

Founding Co-Editor of Western Canadian Studies in Modern Languages and Literature, vol. I (1969) and vol. II (1970). 
Member of Editorial board of Mosaic, 1971-72, 1973-76. 
Member of Editorial Board of Seminar, 1971-77. 
Member, Editorial Committee of Fontanus, McGill, 1988 - 
Founding General Editor of the series Index Emblematicus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), 1985 - 
Founding Co-Editor with Daniel S. Russell (Pittsburgh) of Emblematica (New York: AMS Press), 1986- 
Founding Co-Editor with Daniel S. Russell (Pittsburgh) of the monographic series "AMS Studies in the Emblem" (New York: AMS Press), 1988 - 
Founding Series Editor of the monographic series "AMS Studies in German Literature and Culture" (New York: AMS Press), 1990 - 
Founding Series Editor of Corpus Librorum Emblematum (Munich: K.G. Saur), 1990 - 1993, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997, hereafter University of Toronto Press. 
Founding Series Editor with John Manning and Karel Porteman of Imago Figurata (Turnhout: Brepols), 1997 -Founding Series Editor of McGill European Studies (New York: Lang), 1997 -

Conference organization

  1. Western Canadian Modern Language Conference at Regina, 1969
  2. Western Canadian Modern Language Conference at Edmonton, 1970.
  3. Mosaic Conference on "The Crisis of Literature in the University Today," Winnipeg, February 1974.
  4. "Probleme der Erforschung der Emblematik," Wolfenbüttel, Germany 1977.
  5. "The European Emblem: Towards an Index Emblematicus" McGill, Montreal, December 1979.
  6. "The English Emblem and the European Context," McGill, Montreal, April 1982.
  7. "Emblem Research," McGill, Montreal, 1985.
  8. "Visual Approaches to Shakespeare," McGill University, October 30 - November 1, 1986.
  9. "The European Emblem," First International Conference on Emblem Studies, Glasgow, August 11-14, 1987.
  10. "Andrea Alciati and the Emblem Tradition," Princeton University Library, September 24, 1988.
  11. "An Index of Emblem Art: Ways and Means," McGill University, September 27-28, 1988.
  12. "Some Verbal and Visual Aspects of English Culture," University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, January 1992.
  13. "Aspects of Renaissance and Baroque Symbol Theory (1500-1700)," University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, May 1992.
  14. "The International Emblem Project: A Research Database Facility," McGill University, December 11-12, 1992.
  15. "Religion, Politics and the Emblem," McGill, May 1994.
  16. "Architecture and the Emblem" at the Institut de recherche en histoire de l'architecture, Canadian Centre for Architecture, October 20 - 22, 1994.
  17. Contemporary German Studies Conference "German Reunified," McGill, November 1995
  18. Contemporary German Studies Conference "Images of Germany: Perceptions and Conceptions," McGill, September 1997.
  19. "Jesuitische Emblematik in Bayern: Einfluß und Wirkung," Munich, July, 1998.
  20. Contemporary German Studies Conference "Why Weimar: Questioning the legacy of Weimar from Goethe to Weimar 1999," McGill, September 1999.

Regional and National Organizations

  1. Co-Founder of Western Canadian Modern Language Conference, Regina, 1969.
  2. Prairie Representative to National Executive of Humanities Association of Canada, 1970-71.
  3. Representative for Manitoba and Saskatchewan on Executive of CAUTG, 1970-71, re-elected 1971-72.
  4. AUCC Preliminary Selection Committee for Foreign Government Scholarships, 1974.
  5. University of Manitoba Corresponding Member on the Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1974-76.
  6. Programme Chairman for CAUTG Meetings, 1975.
  7. Member of the Executive of Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, 1976-77. 8 Member of Advisory Academic Panel of SSHRCC, 1983-84.
  8. Representative for Quebec on Executive of CAUTG, 1984-85.
  9. Member of Board of Directors of CFH, 1984-87.
  10. Chairman, CCF Committee on Research needs and Research Funding, 1986-87.
  11. Member of CFH Nominating Committee, 1987-88.
  12. Member, Literature Committee, SSHRC adjudication, 1995-7.

SPORTS

marathon running: 35 completed marathon races

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