Dr. John Eustace
Position: Associate Professor, B.A., M.A. (Saskatchewan), Ph.D. (Queen's)
Office: Beveridge Arts Centre 419
Research Interests: Postcolonial Literature and Theory, particularly South Asian and Australian; Canadian Literature; Twentieth Century British Literature.
Dr Eustace has taught postcolonial literature and theory at Acadia since 1997. He published on authors as diverse as Margaret Laurence, Joyce Cary, Peter Carey, Rohinton Mistry, Kim Scott, and Suchen Christine Lim. He has also published papers on appropriations of Aboriginal identity in the Australian context, the subject of a recently completed manuscript. He is now focussing on a book length project exploring Western Australian representations of region, which will involve the study of writers such as Gail Jones, Tim Winton, Kim Scott, and John Kinsella.