Part-Time Faculty

Andrea Allen

Andrea Allen

Lecturer

Teaching: WS 2263G - Intersections: Race, Class and Sexuality, WS 2283F- Desiring Women
Lawson Hall 3249
519.661.3759
aallen65@uwo.ca
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Julianna Beaudoin

Julianna Beaudoin

Lecturer

Teaching: WS 2162A The Body
LwH 3249
519.661.3759
jbutle23@uwo.ca

Nael Bhanji

Nael Bhanji

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Nael Bhanji is a PhD candidate in the graduate program in Women’s Studies at York University. His research draws upon psychoanalysis and affect theory in order to explore articulations of nationalism, racialization, and counter-terrorism within an increasingly globalized trans movement. Nael’s work appears in Transgender Migrations: The Bodies, Borders, and Politics of Transition, The Transgender Studies Reader 2, Trans Studies Quarterly 4.1, and Canadian Ethnic Studies.
Teaching: WS 2274G Intro to Trans Studies
LH 3249
519-661-3759
nbhanji5@uwo.ca

Laura Cayen

Laura Cayen

Lecturer

Teaching: WS 1020E; WS 2220E
Lawson Hall 3235
519.661.2111 ext 85112
lcayen2@uwo.ca
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Nichole Edwards

Nichole Edwards

Lecturer

Teaching: WS 2161A Intimate Relations; WS 2163B Sex, How to
LwH 3249
519.661.3759
nedwar7@uwo.ca

Jen Lander

Jen Lander

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Women's history, pre-Confederation Canadian history, history of elite women, performance theory
Teaching: WS 4459G Beyond GI Jane: Women's Roles in Armed Conflict
Biography: Jen is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
LH 3249
519-661-3759
jmshaw@uwo.ca

Alison Lee

Alison Lee

Associate Professor

Teaching: WS 2240F Foundations of Feminist Thought
Terrance  McDonald

Terrance McDonald

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: cinema studies; masculinities studies; posthumanism; film form; Hollywood cinema; theories of affect; film philosophy
Teaching: WS 2205F Making Men: Critical Studies in Masculinity
Biography: Terrance is a PhD candidate at Brock University
LH 3249
519-661-3759
tmcdon42@uwo.ca

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Victoria Miceli

Victoria Miceli

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Various works of Joss Whedon; works of Fantasy; Indigenous and Decolonial Science Fiction; Biopolitics; Post/De-colonial theory
Teaching: WS 3305G Culture Jam: Gender Sexuality and Cultural Resistance
Biography: Victoria is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
LH 3249
519-661-3759
vmiceli@uwo.ca

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Rachael Pack

Rachael Pack

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Social and political dimensions of cancer, women’s health and citizenship, neoliberalism and biopolitics.
Teaching: WS 3322G Advanced Topics in Feminist Theory and Practice in the Social Science
Biography: Rachel is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
LH 3249
519-661-3759
rpack@uwo.ca

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Jacqueline Potvin

Jacqueline Potvin

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Representations of Women, Female Sexuality, and Reproductive Rights in International Development Campaigns; Biopolitics; Critical Discourse Analysis; Critical Development Theory; Discursive Constructions of Motherhood; Representations of Reproduction and Motherhood in Popular Culture; Postcolonial Theory.
Biography: Jacqueline is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
Andie  Shabbar

Andie Shabbar

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Affect theory, feminist art, experimental film, new-materialism, queer theory, digital media
Teaching: WS 2273E Sexual Subjects
Biography: Andie is a PhD candidate in WSFR. Andie also teaches for FIMS.
Gina Snooks

Gina Snooks

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: 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
Teaching: WS 4458F
Biography: Gina is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
LH 3249
519-661-3759
gsnooks@uwo.ca
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Tyler  Totten

Tyler Totten

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Tyler endeavours to combine the abstract questions of critical theory with the practical questions of social justice. His dissertation interrogates the feasibility of animal rights, both in terms of their philosophical justifications as well as their practical applications.
Teaching: WS 2270B Women, Law and Social Change
LH 3249
519-661-3759
ttotten@uwo.ca

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