Domenico A. Beneventi


Contested Spaces: Counter-Narrative and Culture From Below in Canada and Quebec, Eds. Roxanne Rimstead et Domenico Beneventi. University of Toronto Press. 537 pages. (spring 2018)

La lutte pour l’espace: ville, performance, et culture d’en bas. Dir. Domenico Beneventi, Roxanne Rimstead et Simon Harel. Publié dans la collection « Intercultures » des Presses de l’Université Laval, 2017. 532p.

Adjacencies: Minority Writing in Canada. Dir. Lianne Moyes, Licia Canton et Domenico Beneventi. Toronto: Éditions Guernica, 2004. 256p.


“Lost in the City: The Montreal Novels of Régine Robin and Robert Majzels.” Downtown Canada: Writing Canadian Cities. Eds. Douglas Ivison and Justin Edwards. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. 36p.

“Salt-Water City: The Representation of Vancouver in Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Café and Wayson Choy’s The Jade Peony.” Claiming Space: Racialization and Spatiality in Canadian Cities. Ed. C. Teelucksingh. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. 2006. 26p.


« Queering Montreal: Peter Dubé’s The City’s Gates and Zoe Whithall’s Bottle Rocket Hearts » dans Contemporary French Civilization, dir. Denis Provencher et Charles Batson, parution en 2018.

“Re-imagining Trauma: Montréal Under Siege in Michel Basilières’ Black Bird.” Zeitschrift für Kanada- Studien, Journal of the Association for Canadian Studies in German-Speaking countries, numéro 66, 2017.

« Falta de moradia, exclusão espacial e marginalização na literatura indígena canadense» («Exclusion spatiale, marginalisation et itinérance dans la littérature indigène au Canada ») dans Literatura marginal e sua crítica, dir. Ivete Walty. Parution en 2018.

“Queer Frontiers: Introduction.” Co-dir. avec Jorge Calderon), Numéro speciale de la revue Canadian Literature #224, printemps, 2016.

“Consecrated Ground: Spatial Exclusion and the Black Urban Body.” Scripta vol 20 no. 39: Realismos e mediações. (Brésil). Parution en 2018. 32p.

“Montreal Underground.” Journal of Canadian Studies. Special Issue: Anglo-Quebec Literature. Ed. Lianne Moyes. 46.3 (2013). 24p.

“Bodies at Risk: Urban Danger in Zsuzsi Gartner’s ‘City of my Dreams’ and Maggie Helwig’s Girls Fall Down.” Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies. Vol 3, No 1-2 (2013). 21p.

“The Urban Poetry of Pier Giorgio di Cicco.” Pier Giorgio di Cicco: Essays on his Works. Guernica 2011. 16p.


Nouhad Laaroussi : The Carnivalesque as Symbolic Resistance for Social and Political Change in Jean-Claude Lauzon’s Léolo and Michel Basilières’ Black Bird

Alexandre Masson: Le courant littéraire du “dirty realism”

Saghar Najafi : Death and Authenticity in Canadian Memoirs

Augusta Valevicius: Trauma, Healing and Recovery: A Study of Three Indigenous Artists in Quebec

Nancy Wright: Doing Time: Systemic Racism and Intergenerational Trauma in Postcolonial Afro-Caribbean Literature in Canada and Quebec