Harrison, James (Ernest)
HARRISON, James (Ernest)
HARRISON, James (Ernest). British/Canadian (born Ceylon), b. 1927. Genres: Poetry. Career: Worcester College for the Blind, Worcester, England, teacher of English, 1952-56; Bournemouth Technical College, Bournemouth, England, lecturer in English, 1956-59; Shenstone College of Education, Bromsgrove, England, lecturer, 1959-62, senior lecturer, 1962-65, principal lecturer and department head, 1965-69; University of Guelph, Ontario, assistant professor, 1969-72, associate professor, 1972-82, professor of English, 1982-92, professor emeritus, 1993-95. Publications: Catchment Area (poems), 1958; (ed.) Scientists as Writers, 1965; Rudyard Kipling, 1982; Flying Dutchmen (poems), 1983; Salman Rushdie, 1992. Address: 18 Wolfrey Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada M4K 1K8.