Aurelea Mahood coordinates the
Liberal Studies BA. She is also the project lead on the Capilano University's
E-Portfolio Project, where she is working with colleagues from the across the
university on the pedagogical and post-graduation uses of portfolios.
Aurelea's research interests include 20th-century British literature,
Anglo-American modernism, print culture/history of the book and electronic
literature/digital poetry. In particular, her recent
writing explores the art of collaboration as influenced by the interplay
between late modernism and technology with a particular interest in a
comparative analysis of the Hogarth Press and McSweeney's. Her last book length
project was Modernism: An Introduction (Edinburgh University Press,
She is a member of the Modernist Studies Association, Electronic
Literature Organization, and the International Virginia Woolf Society.
When not surrounded by electronic devices and printed materials of all kinds,
Aurelea can be found out in the woods riding and running the local trails.