Skip to main content

Faculty Directory

Alexia Hannis - image

Alexia Hannis
BA (Trent University), MA (Queen’s University), PhD (European Graduate School)

416.798.1331 ext. 6312

Dr. Alexia Hannis has been an Electives instructor at the University of Guelph-Humber since 2017. Dr. Hannis is a teacher, writer, and researcher who works at the nexus of literary narrative and ethics. Her teaching and research tend to focus on modern fiction and essays with a particular interest in themes of character and agency, ideological conflict, and the writing life. She has also worked in the publishing industry as a substantive editor, an assistant reviews editor, and a marketing assistant (children’s books). Dr. Hannis has published essays and reviews in various scholarly journals, including English Studies in Canada and Conradiana. In 2010, she won the Bruce Harkness Young Scholar award for an essay she later developed into a monograph on Aristotelian virtue ethics in Joseph Conrad’s fiction; she is currently revising her book for publication under advance contract with the University of Toronto Press.

Read Bio Hide Bio