MGS (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Gender Studies, 2015)
BA(Memorial University of Newfoundland, Women’s Studies and Folklore, 2013)
Areas of Interest
Embodied life narratives; personal narratives and social justice advocacy; storytelling as feminist praxis; auto/biography; auto/ethnography; feminist visual culture; trauma and testimony; women and spirituality; Indigenous studies
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), 2015;
Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship - Master’s, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), 2014.
Presentations and Publications
2015 “Ink: Entangling Flesh and Spirit,” Talking Bodies: Identities, Sexuality and Representation; an international, interdisciplinary conference, University of Chester; Chester, UK. Peer Reviewed.
Snooks, Gina. “Enshrined in Flesh: Tattoos and Contemporary Women’s Spirituality” The Tattoo Project: Visual Culture and the Digital Archive. Ed. Deborah Davidson. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press Inc., 2016 (forthcoming). Print.
TA Assignments: WS 1020E Intro to Women’s Studies