Associate Professor Women's Studies and Feminist Research and the Faculty of Information and Media Studies (On Sabbatical until June 30th, 2014) Office: Lawson Hall 3235 Phone: 519-661-2111 ext. 85112 firstname.lastname@example.org
Critical Theory and Cultural Studies; Sexuality, Gender and Popular Culture; Feminist Theory; Queer Theory; Representation, Subjectivity and Embodiment, particularly in response to AIDS and the Holocaust; AIDS and Cultural Production; Sexuality and Citizenship (focus on race, class and ethnicity); Medicalization and the Media; Media and Resistance
Knabe, Susan. "Suffer the Children: National Crisis, Affective Collectivity and the Sexualized Child." Canadian Review of American Studies 42.1 (2012): 82-104
Knabe, Susan and Jessica Polzer. "From desire to disease: Human papillomavirus (HPV) and the medicalization of nascent female sexuality." Journal of Sex Research, 49.4 (2012): 344-352
Knabe, Susan and Wendy Pearson. Zero Patience. Arsenal Pulp Press: Vancouver, 2011
Knabe, Susan. "Affective Traces: AIDS cultural production and the legacy of the Holocaust" under contract with UBC Press
Knabe, Susan and Wendy Pearson co-editor. Reverse Shots: Indigenous Film and Media in an International Context forthcoming from WLU Press.
Knabe, Susan. "Taking Pictures B(l)ack: Re-presentation and the Work of Tracey Moffatt." in Reverse Shots: Indigenous Film and Media in an International Context. Forthcoming from WLU Press.
Knabe, Susan and Wendy Pearson."'Bash Back, Baby, Your Life Depends on It': Pedagogical Responses to Anti-Gay Violence in John Greyson's The Making of 'Monsters'." The Perils of Pedagogy: The Works of John Greyson. Forthcoming from McGill-Queen's UP.
"Unbecoming Spaces: AIDS and Urban Apocalypse," Science Fiction Research Association Annual Conference, 2012
"Testimony, Healthism and the Production of Surplus Value: The People vs. Cancer and the Spectacle of Survival." Future of Testimony Conference, 2011
"Queer Transmission, AIDS Activism , and Affective Kinship in Zero Patience and Fig Trees. Transnationalizing LGBT Studies, 2011