B.A., M.A, Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
(ENS : Paris - Ulm)
Peter Marteinson (Ph.D., University of Toronto) is interested in philosophy and literary theory, particularly in the aesthetics of comedy. He has published articles in the field of eighteenth-century theatre, notably on Beaumarchais, Marivaux and the structure of their comedies, as well as articles and papers on Technology and Education. He is Co-Editor with Pascal Michelucci of the international literary journal, Applied Semiotics / S?iotique appliqu?, and is a former exchange student at France's Ecole normale sup?ieure. He has recently (December 2006) completed a book on the philosophy laughter, On the Problem of the Comic, with a refereed publisher, Legas Press of Ottawa. He is currently writing two books, one on the subject of "Understanding Comedy" and the other, with Prof. Paul Perron, is a book-length study of literary semiotics focussing on Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. He continues to teach in several areas.
Ph.D. Thesis on Comedy (1997 original, in French)
Ph.D. Thesis (2002, English Translation)
Family Tree (in Icelandic, c.700 A.D.-present)
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|In memoriam J.K. Marteinson (1938-2006)