Caitlyn Doyle

Caitlyn completed her B.A in comparative literature and political science at McMaster University, and her M.A in comparative literature at the University of Western Ontario. Caitlyn’s research currently focuses on the use of cinematic language in the works of Marcel Proust, drawing on the concept of ‘the exhaustion of the possible’, as it appears in the work of French Philosopher Gilles Deleuze.