MGS (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Gender Studies, 2015)
BA(Memorial University of Newfoundland, Women’s Studies and Folklore, 2013)
Areas of Interest
Decolonizing trauma, auto/biography studies, autoethnography, trauma and healing, storytelling and social justice, embodied life narratives.
Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), 2017
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), 2016
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), 2015
Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), 2014
Snooks, Gina and Sonja Boon. “Salt Fish and Molasses: Unsettling the Palate Between Two Continents.” European Journal of Life Writing 6 (2017): 218-241. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5463/ejlw.6.213
Snooks, Gina. “IABAGraduate Student and New Scholar Forum: Trauma, Testimony, and the Art of Therapeutic Portraiture.” What’s Next?: The Futures of Auto/Biography Studies, a special issue of a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 32.2 (2017).
Snooks, Gina. “Enshrined in Flesh: Tattoos and Contemporary Women’s Spirituality.” The Tattoo Project: Commemorative Tattoos, Visual Culture, and the Digital Archive. Ed. Deborah Davidson. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press Inc., 2016.
2017 “Trauma, Testimony and the Art of Healing Through Auto/biographical Photography.” The International Auto/Biography Association Chapter of the Americas Conference: Lives Outside the Lines: Gender and Genre in the Americas A Symposium in Honour of Marlene Kadar, York University; Toronto, ON.
2017 “Witnessing: Auto/Biographical Portraiture as Testimony.” WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES ET RECHERCHES FÉMINISTES Congress (2017): From Far and Wide, the Next 150, Ryerson University; Toronto, ON.
2017 “Bearing Witness: Autobiographical Portraiture as Testimony.” The SOGS Academic Committee 2017 Western Research Forum: Mosaic, Western University; London, ON. Poster.
2017 “Bearing Witness: Autobiographical Portraiture as Testimony.” Arts and Humanities Research Day, Western University; London, ON. Poster.
2015 “Truths are Written on Their Skin: Tattoo Stories in St. John’s,” The Blue Castle: Conversations on Women, Culture and the Spaces of Imagination and Department of Gender Studies, Memorial University. Invited.
2015 “Ink: Entangling Flesh and Spirit,” Talking Bodies: Identities, Sexuality and Representation; an international, interdisciplinary conference, University of Chester; Chester, UK.
2014 “Scripted Skins: Women’s Tattoos as Embodied Life Narratives,” Department of Gender Studies Speakers Series, Memorial University.
Courses Taught:WS4458F (special topic) Storytelling for Change: The Art of Decolonial Feminist Praxis, 2017
TA Assignments: WS 1020E Intro to Women’s Studies 2015-2017