Gender and Women's Studies

Dr. Mary Chapman, PhD, MA, BA Hon. English

Dr. Mary Chapman, PhD, MA, BA Hon. English

Professor, Dept. of English

Academic Director, Public Humanities Hub

US literature, 19th-century women writers, suffrage, women in politics, public humanities, humanities education, Sui Sin Far, Onoto Watanna, Chinese Canadian history, literary canon, Chinese Canadian writers, modernism, poetry,

Kyle Frackman, PhD

Kyle Frackman, PhD

Associate Professor

German, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, Sweden, Finland, literature, film, cinema, theory, cultural studies, gender, sexuality, social justice, teaching, East Germany

Dr. Tiffany Potter, PhD

Professor of Teaching

eighteenth-century British literature and theatre (1660-1820), television, popular culture, women and popular culture (current and historical), eighteenth-century captivity narratives, “The Wire,” “Battlestar Galactica,” teaching, research on university teaching,

Laura Hurd, MSW, PhD

Laura Hurd, MSW, PhD

Professor

Aging, ageism, health, illness, social exclusion

Sharalyn Orbaugh

Professor and Graduate Advisor

Associate, IGRSJ

Modern Japanese culture (literature, film, manga, animation, kamishibai), East Asian women’s issues, anti-racist pegagogy

Alain-Michel Rocheleau, PhD

Assistant Professor

French cinema, French and Quebecois theatre, Anglican Church and Roman Catholic Tradition

Margot Leigh Butler

Academic Director

Vancouver Downtown Eastside, community education, free community education with Downtown Eastside residents who experience marginalization, poverty, addictions and education, community-university relationships, representation, cultural studies, critical and creative pedagogy, interdisciplinarity, site-specific art, collectives, implicatedness, activism

Robert Daum

Faculty Associate

Dialogue, public engagement, community engagement, conflict management,diversity, religion, Jewish law, Jewish ethics, gender, sexuality, rhetoric, equity, inclusion, religious authority, history of Judaism, Talmud, Bible, biblical interpretation, translation, cultural studies, ancient and medieval Hebrew literature, critical theory, creativity, innovation, racism

 

 

Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson

Assistant Professor

Philosophy, ethics, political philosophy, coercion, privacy, women’s issues, feminism, autonomy, prostitution, sexual harassment, sexual assault

Blye Frank, PhD

Blye Frank, PhD

Dean and Professor

Boys’ and men’s sociology of health, masculinities and schooling, gender and schooling, sexualities and schooling, professional development in education

Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc, PhD, RN, FSAHM, FCAHS, FAAN, FCAN

Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc, PhD, RN, FSAHM, FCAHS, FAAN, FCAN

Professor and Director

SOGI education, LGBTQ2S+ health, adolescent health, nursing, public health nursing, trans and non-binary youth, homeless youth, stigma and discrimination, youth sexual health, youth mental health, adolescent substance use,

Prof. Judith Daniluk, MSc, PhD

Prof. Judith Daniluk, MSc, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Women’s sexuality, reproductive health and decision-making, psychosocial consequences of infertility, voluntary and involuntary childlessness, delayed childbearing, fertility knowledge and awareness, egg freezing to delay childbearing,

Jessica Stites Mor, PhD

Jessica Stites Mor, PhD

Associate Professor

Latin American history, international solidarity

Becki Ross

Becki Ross

Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies

Sexuality, gender relations, lesbian/gay/bisexual issues, transgender, burlesque and striptease, pornography, prostitution/sex work, families

Patrick Moore

Associate Professor

Anthropological linguistics, languages of North America, sub-Arctic ethnography, ethno-history, gender

Dr. Carellin Brooks, PhD Oxon

Dr. Carellin Brooks, PhD Oxon

Lecturer

communications, oral presentations, academic writing, creative writing, women’s and gender studies, literature, fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction,

Deena Rymhs

Associate Professor

First Nations and Indigenous (Aboriginal) literature, First Nations issues, gender and First Nations cultures, violence against Aboriginal women, prison writing in Canada

Mary Bryson

Professor

Technology, media, cultural studies, gender, queer theory, deviance studies, post-colonial pedagogies

Gage Averill, PhD

Gage Averill, PhD

Dean

Popular music, Caribbean music, barbershop harmony, sound, music and power, music and politics, ethnomusicology, world music

Kim Snowden, PhD

Lecturer

Folk & fairy tales, social justice & feminism, vampires in popular culture, monstrosity in literature & film, science fiction & fantasy, young-adult literature, contemporary fairy tales, fairy-tale film, social media, television, film & pop culture, social networks, social networking