Hannah McGregor

Hannah McGregor is an academic, podcaster, and author living on the traditional and unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. They’re an Associate Professor of Publishing at Simon Fraser University, where their research and teaching focus on the intersection of publishing and social change. McGregor is the co-director of the Amplify Podcast Network and the creator of its pilot podcast, Secret Feminist Agenda. She also co-hosts Material Girls, a scholarly podcast about pop culture; Witch, Please, a feminist discussion of the Harry Potter series; and The SpokenWeb Podcast, part of a collaborative scholarly project exploring audio literary archives. They’re the co-editor of the collection Refuse: CanLit in Ruins (Book*hug 2018) and the author of A Sentimental Education (Wilfrid Laurier UP 2022). She has books forthcoming about podcasting and peer review, and about dinosaurs.

Works by Hannah McGregor

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Book Reviews by Hannah McGregor

The End of Popular Women’s Writing
By Hannah McGregor
Published in Reading, Writing, Listening Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 241 (2020): 163-164.
  • The Next Instalment: Serials, Sequels, and Adaptations of Nellie L. McClung, L. M. Montgomery, and Mazo de la Roche. by Wendy Roy
Beautiful Constraint
By Hannah McGregor
Published in Agency & Affect. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 223 (Winter 2014): 132-34.
  • Mãn by Kim Thúy
  • Sweetland by Michael Crummey
  • Accusation by Catherine Bush
Border-Crossing Debuts
By Hannah McGregor
Published in Canadian Literature 216 (Spring 2013): 172-73.
  • Lingering Tide and Other Stories by Latha Viswanathan
  • Because I Have Loved and Hidden It by Elise Moser
  • Sweetness from Ashes by Marlyn Horsdal
Histories of Girlhood
By Hannah McGregor
Published in Contested Migrations. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 219 (Winter 2013): 186-88.
  • The Goodtime Girl by Tess Fragoulis
  • The Western Light by Susan Swan

Articles by Hannah McGregor