I received my PhD in Social and Political Thought from York University in 1989.
I joined Wilfrid Laurier University in 1988 and have taught in Women’s Studies as well as in Sociology and Cultural Analysis and Social Theory.
The main focus of my research is gender, transgender, psychoanalysis and feminism. I have published two books: From Mastery to Analysis: Theories of Gender in Psychoanalytic Feminism (1991) and Debates in Transgender, Queer and Feminist Theory: Contested Sites (2010).
In 1990, I received a York University Thesis prize. I have received an award of merit from Laurier twice.
I am willing to supervise graduate students in Cultural Analysis and Social Theory on various areas of social theory and cultural analysis, particularly on gender, transgender, feminist and psychoanalytic research.
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