B.A. (Concordia); M.A. (McMaster); Ph.D. (Carleton), Associate Professor
Feminist cultural studies; cultural memory and popular media; the body.
Carleton University, Simone de Beauvoir Institute - Concordia University.
- SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Editor, Menstruation Now: What Does Blood Perform? (Demeter, 2019)
“Bloody Jackie: how menstrual blood speaks for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s silence” in Menstruation Now: What Does Blood Perform? (2019)
“Camelot: the violence and the ecstasy,” Teorija in Praksa. 5-6, Sept-Dec (2013)
“Fetish Operations in the Photographs of Sally Mann,” Mothering and Psychoanalysis, ed., Petra Bueskens. Toronto: Demeter Press (2014)
Reviews of Canadian Cultural Poesis; Caught: Montréal’s Modern Girls and the Law, 1869-194;, and, Types of Canadian Women in Canadian Literature
Pornography and Difference (1995)
“The Pink Suit: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Celebrity Defilement,” Celebrity Studies. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/uN9f2TeZeJCbqffq83Qh/full
Cultural memory and popular media.