Stewart Cooke, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (McGill) is a faculty member at Dawson College in the English Department, and he is the Associate Director of the Burney Centre at McGill University. His principle research focus is textual editing, 18th century literature and particularly the works of Francis Burney. He has been awarded two three-year SSHRC Insight grants (2011 and 2014) to edit the journals and letters of Frances Burney and edit a scholarly edition of the letters of Charles Burney.
Check out Stewart’s publications on ResearchGate.
18th century literature, Francis Burney
Contributions to Dawson’s Community:
Burney, Francis. The Court Letters and Journals of Francis Burney: Volume II, 1787. Ed. Stewart Cooke. McGill Queens University Press: Kingston, Montreal, 2013
Burley, Fanny. The Early Journals and Letters of Fanny Burney: Volume V, 1782-1783. Eds. Lars E. Troide and Stewart J. Cooke. McGill Queens University Press: Kingston, Montreal, (2012)
Cooke, Stewart. “Sweet Cecilia and Brown George: Editing Volume 5 of Burney’s Early Journals and Letters, 1782-1783.” The Burney Journal 3 (2000): 28-48.
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