Sarah Copland is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of English at the University of Toronto. Her research in cognitive narratology brings together literary modernism's representations of mind functioning and current cognitive science accounts of these processes. Her article entitled "Reading in the Blend: Collaborative Conceptual Blending in the Silent Traveller Narratives" is forthcoming in Narrative (Spring 2008); an earlier version of the essay was awarded the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature's Prize for Best Graduate Student Paper at the 2006 Conference in Ottawa. She is also working on an article on mind modeling in The Waves and two co-authored articles, one on innovative pedagogies in teaching modernism and one on definitional debates about modernism.
The Ohio State University