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This paper was first presented in an early version at the Carleton conference, ‘Exploring Contemporary Discourse Analysis’, Ottawa, 1993 and at the ‘Cultural Studies in Canada’ Conference, University of Toronto. My thanks to Penny Ironstone, Jill Scott, A.N. Packwood and conference participants...
"From Silos to Networks: Re-envisioning Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in a Modern Languages Department"Download
This is the final, accepted version of the following article: Laura Beard, Claudia Kost, Victoria Ruetalo, Carrie Smith, and Micah True (equal co-authorship), “From Silos to Networks: Re-envisioning Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in a Modern Language Department.” It originally appeared in a...
The texts under analysis in this project narrativize the tension between individual agency and the systemic limits that structure the American nation, particularly focusing on the entanglements of white supremacy, patriarchy, and capitalism. It takes a cultural studies perspective to interrogate...
This study investigates the ways some queer collectives have organized DIY (Do-It-Yourself) festivals in Edmonton to address the oppression faced by their communities in arts and music scenes. Focusing my research specifically on the Brown, Black, and Fierce! Collective (BB&F) and Not Enough Fest...