Contacts

Carol Acton.
519-888-4567 x28238
Location: 
STJ 3001

Personal website

Area of specialization:

  • Trauma and medical personnel through letters, diaries and memoirs
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
519-888-4567 x36886
Location: 
HH 365
Group(s): 
Administration
Sasha Cocarla
519 888 4567 ext. 37883
Location: 
HH 325

Areas of specialization:

  • Bisexual visibility/politics
  • Queer Theory
  • Representations of gender & sexuality in popular culture
  • Horror and abjection
  • Body politics
Group(s): 
Program members
Tristanne Connolly
519-888-4567 x28244
Location: 
SJU 3002
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
David Devidi
519-888-4567 x35701
Location: 
HH 359
Group(s): 
Administration
Shannon Dea
519-888-4567 x32778
Location: 
HH 329

Areas of specialization:

  • Early modern philosophy
  • Classic pragmatism
  • Philosophy of gender
Group(s): 
Administration; Program members
Marlene Epp
519-885-0220 x24257
Location: 
CGR 2124

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Mennonite history
  • Gender studies
  • History of immigration and ethnicity in Canada
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Portrait of Carla Fehr
519 888 4567 ext. 31386
Location: 
HH 367

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Philosophy of Biology
  • Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science
  • Feminist Science Studies
  • Philosophy of Science
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Mavis Fenn.
519-885-1460 x211
Location: 
STP 211

Areas of specialization:

  • Buddhism in Canada
  • Buddhist women
  • Buddhist development in North America
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Katy Fulfer
519 888 4567 ext. 31675
Location: 
HH 324

Areas of Specialization/Interest:

  • Reproductive ethics
  • Environmental and animal ethics
  • Transnational feminisms
  • Hannah Arendt
Group(s): 
Program members
Trevor Holmes
519-888-4567 x37883
Location: 
HH 325

Areas of specialization/interest:

  • Gender and queer theory
  • Gothic literature
  • Subcultures
  • Cultural Studies
  • Critical pedagogy
Group(s): 
Program members
Doris Jakobsh.
519-888-4567 x33565
Location: 
PAS 1054A

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Gender and Sikhism/religion and women
  • Gender construction and the new media
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Greta Kroeker
519-888-4567 x35010
Location: 
HH 153

Areas of specialization:

  • Early modern Europe
  • Intellectual history
  • History of religion
  • Religion and violence
  • Early modern women
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Alice Kuzniar.
519-888-4567 x33386
Location: 
ML 206

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Gay and lesbian cinema
  • Lobal cinema
  • Queer theory
  • Animal studies
  • Psychoanaylsis
  • History of sexuality
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Monica Leoni.
519-888-4567 x32923
Location: 
ML 317

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Early modern Spanish prose and theatre
  • Early modern Hispanic female writers
  • Italian Commedia Dell'Arte Tradition
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Patricia Marino
519-888-4567 x32779
Location: 
HH 332

Areas of specialization:

  • Ethics
  • Philosophy of sex and love
  • Epistemology
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Gabriel Niccoli.
519-884-8110 x28235
Location: 
STJ 3007

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Comparative literature
  • 16th-Century Italian literature
  • Women writers of the Italian Cinquecento
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Diana Parry.
519-888-4567 x33468
Location: 
BMH 2114

Personal website

Areas of specialization:

  • Women's leisure
  • Leisure, health and well-being
  • Qualitative inquiry
  • Feminist theory
Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Rashmee Singh
519-888-4567 x33020
Location: 
PAS 2060

Interests: Post-Colonial Feminist Thought, Gender Violence, Civil Society-State Relations, Governance and Regulation, Sociology of Law, Criminology

Group(s): 
Other faculty teaching Women's Studies courses
Shannon Stettner
519 888 4567 ext. 37883
Location: 
HH 325

Areas of specialization

Reproductive health, women's health activism, oral history, media and women's rights

Group(s): 
Program members