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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Lauren  Auger

Lauren Auger

Lecturer

Teaching: WS 2275F
Constanza Burucua

Constanza Burucua

Associate Professor, Modern Languages

Research Interests / Specializations: Latin American and Argentine cinemas; film history; historical representations; film and historiography; Women's cinema and questions of gender representation; Documentary cinema- theoretical and critical approaches; Documentary filmmaking- researcher and producer
Teaching: WS 3357G Women Film Makers
UC 4309
519.661.2111 ext 80496
cburucua@uwo.ca

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Cristine De Clercy

Cristine De Clercy

Associate Professor, Political Science

Research Interests / Specializations: Office: Social Science Centre 4135 Research Interests Professor de Clercy studies political leadership using several discrete methodological approaches to understand leadership in different contexts, and across contexts. She specializes in the fields of Canadian politics, comparative politics, women and politics, the social economy, and political economy.
Teaching: WS 3362G
SSC 4135
519.661.2111 ext. 85163
c.declercy@uwo.ca

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Nikki Edwards

Nikki Edwards

Lecturer

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

Crystal Gaudet

Crystal Gaudet

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Gender and work, care work, social reproduction, globalization, migration, transnational migrant care workers, feminist political economy
Teaching: WS 2220E Feminist Theory and Practice
Will Gooding

Will Gooding

Lecturer

Teaching: WS 3324F
David Huebert

David Huebert

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: interspecies eroticism, petrocultures, and dirty nature writing. David is the author of the 2017 short story collection Peninsula Sinking
Teaching: WS 3312G
Biography: David Huebert is a Canadian writer of fiction, poetry, and critical prose whose work has won the CBC Short Story Prize, the Sheldon Currie Fiction Prize, and the Walrus Poetry Prize, among other awards. His debut short fiction collection, Peninsula Sinking (Biblioasis 2017) won the Jim Connors Dartmouth Book Award, was a runner up for the Danuta Gleed Award, and was shortlisted for the Alistair MacLeod Short Fiction Prize.
Alison Lee

Alison Lee

Associate Professor

Teaching: WS 2240F Foundations of Feminist Thought
Jami McFarland

Jami McFarland

PhD Candidate, WSFR

Research Interests / Specializations: Queering Age: Aging Queer/s
Teaching: WS 4456F
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 3321F Advanced Topics in Feminist Theory
Biography: Victoria is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
LH 3249
519-661-3759
vmiceli@uwo.ca
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Kelly  Olson

Kelly Olson

Associate Professor

Research Interests / Specializations: Roman society and culture (social attitudes, women and the family, sexuality, and slavery, clothing); Roman art and architecture; Latin historiography
Teaching: WS 2164A
LH 3227
519.661.2111 ext 84525
kolson2@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 2162B The Body
Biography: Rachel is a PhD candidate in WSFR.
LH 3249
519-661-3759
rpack@uwo.ca

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Andie  Shabbar

Andie Shabbar

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Affect theory, feminist art, experimental film, new-materialism, queer theory, digital media
Teaching: WS 2220E Feminist Theory and Practice
Biography: Andie is a PhD candidate in WSFR. Andie also teaches for FIMS.
Van Slothouber

Van Slothouber

PhD Candidate, WSFR

Research Interests / Specializations: eminist Theory, Sexuality Studies, Queer and Trans Theory, Affect Theory, Critical Theory and Cultural Studies
Teaching: WS 4461G
Tyler  Totten

Tyler Totten

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: Cultural studies of law, animal ethics, gender and sexuality studies, scholarship of teaching and learning.
Teaching: WS 2260 Women, Law and Social Change
Christian Ylagan

Christian Ylagan

Lecturer

Research Interests / Specializations: the intersection of Postcolonialism with popular culture and media studies; the depictions of national and queer identities, subjectivity and body modification, theories of control, and diasporic literature
Teaching: WS 2205F
Biography: My journey to Comparative Literature has been fairly circuitous, having come to the discipline through various intellectual pursuits. I received my undergraduate degree from Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines), where I majored in Political Science and minored in Philosophy. A lifelong interest in literature and reading led me to a career in teaching English to high school students, where I was also involved in student leadership and formation. Realizing that I am interested in multiple aspects of literature from production to reception to theory to pedagogy, I decided to do my MA in Comparative Literature at the University of Alberta, where I focused primarily on Postcolonialism and national literatures.