My current research looks into present-day expressions and inflections of feminism in Canadian, Indigenous and Québécois literature, with a focus on writings of crisis (social, planetary, or personal), intersectionality, affect, and the recent resurgence of the feminist ethics of care in contemporary criticism and philosophy. Authors I am reading include Gwen Benaway, Dionne Brand, Nicole Brossard, Karen Connelly, Louise Dupré, Naomi Fontaine, Tracy Lindberg, Ruth Ozeki, and Miriam Toews. Among thinkers who currently nourish my research are Sara Ahmed, Judith Butler, Jodi Byrd, Dian Million, Martha Nussbaum, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, and Joan Tronto. I recently published a book of collected essays, co-edited with Ursula Mathis-Moser and titled, Writing Beyond the End Times/Écrire au-delà de la fin des temps. I am currently working on a book of theoretical and critical analysis with the tentative title of Cautiously Hopeful: Metafeminist Practices in Canada, as well as another edited volume, with Ursula Mathis-Moser and Kit Dobson, on affect and Canadian writing.