Broadly, I teach in the areas of English and Comparative Literature, Canadian Studies, Cultural studies, Film and Media Studies, Petrocultures and Energy Humanities, and Rhetoric and Writing Studies Pedagogy. More specifically, my teaching focuses on energy transition, climate justice, representations of social justice issues in literature, film and media, from an intersectional feminist perspective. I am interested in visual and textual resistance narratives and the reception of those discourses within the larger matrix of white colonial patriarchy, as people seek justice, whether it is around historical injustices around gender, race and class, such as the historical experiences of women, the internment of “enemy aliens” during the Second World War, or ongoing practices of exclusion that are part and parcel of twenty-first century Canadian and global oil culture.
Graduate Supervision: I am willing to consider graduate supervision in any of the following areas: Petrocultures, Energy Humanities and Eco-criticism; Critical Race theory, Human Rights and Social Justice Issues; Canadian Literature, Film, and Media Studies; Comparative Literature; Women's Literature; Motherhood Studies; Communication, Rhetoric and Writing Studies.
A Selection of Courses Taught:
➢ Anglais 429: Canadian Cultural Studies
➢ Anglais 328: Canadian Women’s Narratives
➢ Anglais 126: Exploring Writing Studies
➢ Anglais 122: Exploring Writing Studies
➢ Anglais 101: Critical Reading and Writing
➢ Anglais 111: Language, Literature and Cultures
➢ Comparative Literature 100: World Literature
➢ Comparative Literature 372 & 472: Comparative Studies in Canadian Prose
➢ English 111: Communications
➢ Etudes Canadiennes (ETCAN) 501 Méthodologie de recherché/ Research Methodology
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