BA (UNB), MA (UNB), PhD (UNB)
Sara Dunton received her PhD in May 2016 from the University of New Brunswick; her doctoral dissertation is entitled H.D.’s Ways of Seeing: Encountering Artworks and Practising Ekphrasis in Pursuit of the “art-dimension.” She is the recipient of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Canada Graduate Scholarship for Doctoral studies, has presented papers on H.D., Pound, and Mina Loy at several international conferences, and has published articles in Paideuma (2013) and H.D. and Modernity (2014). She has recently co-authored two chapters for the upcoming Companion on Ezra Pound and the Arts, to be published by Edinburgh University Press in 2018. Currently, she is co-editing an annotated scholarly edition of H.D.’s early novel, Palimpsest, under contract with University Press of Florida.