Lindsey Seatter

BA (SFU), MA (SFU), PhD (UVic)

Lindsey Seatter holds a PhD in English from U Victoria and is a Faculty Member at Kwantlen Polytechnic U, where she teaches literature and composition. Broadly, Seatter’s research focuses on the British Romantic period, women’s writing, and Digital Humanities. Her SSHRC-funded dissertation explored the evolution of Jane Austen’s narrative style across her manuscript and print works. Seatter has given presentations at national and international conferences on female literary networks, reading Jane Austen with computers, expanding the Romantic literary canon (#Bigger6), and digital pedagogy. In addition to her teaching, Seatter is the Managing Editor of IDEAH, an Associate Director of DHSI, and an Associated Researcher with the ETCL.

Courses taught

  • ENGL 1100: Introduction to University Writing
  • ENGL 1202: Reading and Writing About Selected Topics
  • ENGL 3313: Studies in Major Writers
  • ENGL 3360: Women Writing/Writing Women

Areas of Interest

Literature: Book History, British Romanticism, History of Copyright, Jane Austen, Manuscript Culture, Narratology, Print Culture, Women Writers.

Digital Scholarship: Digital Edition Building, Digital Pedagogy, Distant Reading, Network Theory, Online Learning Environments, Stylometry, Text Encoding.

Public Humanities: Community-University Partnerships, Event Organization, Group Dynamics, Open Social Scholarship, Public Pedagogy & Outreach.