Jody D Berland

Department of Humanities

Professor
Visiting Professor, Centre for Human Animal Studies, Edge Hill University
Research Fellow, Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London

Office: 234 Founders College
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 33218
Emailjberland@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.arts.yorku.ca/huma/jberland/
Secondary websiteyorku.academia.edu/JodyBerland

Jody Berland is an award winning scholar whose research and teaching provide interdisciplinary explorations of how nature, technology and representation interact in visual and sonic culture. Her forthcoming book, 'Virtual Menageries in Network Cultures' addresses the widespread appearance of animals in contemporary visual and digital culture. She is Editor Emerita of TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies and has supervised many theses and dissertations. She is Visiting Professor, Centre for Human Animal Studies, Edge Hill University, UK, and Research Fellow, Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London.

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Jody Berland has published widely on cultural studies, Canadian culture, music, and representations of nature, animals and environments. Her most recent research explores representations of animals as important connective mediations between humans and communication technologies in historical, colonial and digital milieux. Professor Berland is the co-editor of ; Theory Rules: Art as Theory/Theory and Art (1996); Cultural Capital: A Reader on Modernist Legacies, State Institutions and the Value(s) of Art (2000); and Editor Emeritus of Topia: A Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies (www.yorku.ca/topia). Her book North of Empire: Essays on the Cultural Technologies of Space (2009) explores changing relations between nation, technology, nature and culture in Canada. This book was awarded the Gertrude J Robinson Book Prize by the Canadian Communications Association, 2010. Berland was also awarded the Association of Canadian Studies 23010 Merit Award. Berland's 2009-2012 SSHRC funded research, 'Virtual menageries in network cultures' concerns the appearance of animals in the emergence of new technologies. Her book Virtual Menageries is forthcoming with MIT Press / Leonardo Books. In 2014 she received a SSHRC Insight Grant as principal investigators of an 10-person research team for the project "Digital Animalities: Representations of Non Human Life in the Age of Risk" amounting to $300,250.00. The team will produce a website and blog, art exhibition, conference and book. Professor Berland has supervised 11 PhD dissertations and 18 MAs in Communications and Culture, Social and Political Thought, Humanities, and Music, and currently supervises 4 PhD and 2 MA students. Completed PhD supervisions Neil Balan (Humanities, 2015). “Counterinsurgency: Firepower, Biopower and the Collateralization of Military Violence.” Steven Logan (Communication and Culture, 2015). “Modernist Urbanism in the Era of Automobility: Producing Space in the Suburbs of Toronto and Prague.” Sabine Lebel (Communication and Culture, 2014). “Life Cycle of a Personal Computer: Studies in the Materialities of Risk.” Kelly Bronson (Communication and Culture, 2013). “Framing the Debate: How Scientism in the Language of the Law binds Public-Biotechnology Engagement.” Robinder Kaur Sehdev (Communication and Culture, 2008), “Liliwanna at the Brink: Visual Culture and Colonial History at Niagara Falls.” Naomi Fraser (Communication and Culture, 2007). "We Are All Connected: Internationalism and Canadian Identity." Sarah Ravi Sharma (Communication and Culture, 2006). "Temporality and Difference from the Agora to the Airport: Towards a Theory of Power- Chronography." Melissa West (Communication and Culture, 2006). "Marketing Madonna: Commodity and Corporation." Jenny Burman (Social and Political Thought, 2000). "Global Flows: Economies of Nostalgia and Yearning. With Professor Ken Little, Anthropology." Cheryl Simon (Humanities, Concordia University, 1998). "Gender, Genre and Globalization: Discourses of Femininity in the Popular Culture of the 1990s." Adrian Ivachiw (Faculty of Environmental Studies, 1997). "Places of Power: Sacred Sites, Gaia's Pilgrims and the Politics of Landscape." Total completed PhD supervisions: 11. Total completed MA supervisions: 20 Current Thesis & Dissertation Advisory Committees PhD Supervisions: Brian McCormack (Humanities) Biosemiotics and posthumanism Kelsey Speakman (Communication and Culture), Animals and Consumer Culture Samantha Hogg (Communication and Culture), Environment and critical pedagogy Sean Steele (Humanities) Music performance culture and religious experience Postdoctoral Supervision: Trudi Smith, 2011-2013. “Critical and creative visual inquiry grounded in contemporary acts of photography in Canadian National Parks.” Current MA.Supervisions Alexandra Fox, Interdisciplinary Studies Michael Lisinsky, Communication and Culture, Ryerson University In 2016-2017 Professor Berland was Research Fellow, Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London. She is Visiting Professor, Centre for Human-Animal Studies, Edge Hill University, Liverpool, UK.

Area of Specialization

Cultural Studies

Degrees

PhD in Social and Political Thought , York University
MA, Simon Fraser University
BA in English and Sociology, Simon Fraser University

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Professional Leadership

Editor, TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 1998-2015. www.yorku.ca/topia Senior Faculty Associate, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, 2012--. Member, Advisory Board, Cultural Studies Centre, University of East London. 2011--. Senior Faculty Associate, Centre for Culture, Identity and Education, UBC, 2007--. Elected representative (North America), Association of Cultural Studies, 2004-12. Vice President, Canadian Association of Learned Journals. http://www.calj-acrs.ca. Program Chair, CALJ, Learned Societies, 2006.

Community Contributions

Convenor, TAB: Take Academia Back. https://www.facebook.com/groups/622766154521199/ Steering Committee member and editor, Politics of Evidence Working Group. https://politicsofevidence.wordpress.com Friends of a New Park: community group, Wychwood Artspace. Member, Centre for Social Innovation, Annex

Research Interests

Culture and Cultural Studies , Media , Animal Studies, Posthumanism, Cultural Sociology, STS, Music, Sound, and Technological Mediations

Selected Publications

North of Empire: Culture, Space, Technology. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009.
Received the 2009 Gertrude J Robinson Book Prize by the Canadian Communication Association.

Cultures of Militarization, Ed. Jody Berland and Blake Fitzpatrick. TOPIA/Cape Breton University Press, 2010.

“The Work of the Beaver.” Material Cultures in Canada. Ed.Thomas Allen and Jennifer Blair. Waterloo: Wilfrid University Press 2015.

“Assembling the Virtual Menagerie,” Antennae: Journal of Nature and Culture #30, December 2014, 54-71. www.antennae.org.uk

“The Politics of Evidence: The Contemporary Canadian Context.” MediaTropes eJournal, 5.2. Ed. Jenny Bosaller. University of Missouri, 2015.

'Postmusics.' Sonic Synergies. Ed. Gerry Bloustein. London: Palgrave, 2008. 35-45.

Current Research Projects

Virtual Menageries

Summary: 
A study of the use and impact of animals in new media sites.

Description: 
In completion at Goldsmiths, University of London. https://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=10293

Project Type: Funded

Start Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2012
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2015

Digital Animalities: Media Representations of Non Human Life

Summary: 
An interdisciplinary collaborative study of animals in digital media in the context of environmental risk with 10 co-investigators and collaborators.


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator


Start Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2015
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2019

Funders: 
SSHRC

TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies

Summary: 
Editor, Editor Emeritus

Description: 
Editor, 1998-2015, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal in cultural studies.

Project Type: Funded

Canada Watch: The Politics of Evidence

Summary: 
Annual publication of Canada Watch, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, 2014

Description: 
A publication dedicated to an examination of the politics of evidence and the status of science under the Canadian Conservative Government.

Project Type: Funded
Role: Editor, Author

Selected Publications

North of Empire: Culture, Space, Technology. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009.
Received the 2009 Gertrude J Robinson Book Prize by the Canadian Communication Association.

Cultures of Militarization, Ed. Jody Berland and Blake Fitzpatrick. TOPIA/Cape Breton University Press, 2010.

“The Work of the Beaver.” Material Cultures in Canada. Ed.Thomas Allen and Jennifer Blair. Waterloo: Wilfrid University Press 2015.

“Assembling the Virtual Menagerie,” Antennae: Journal of Nature and Culture #30, December 2014, 54-71. www.antennae.org.uk

“The Politics of Evidence: The Contemporary Canadian Context.” MediaTropes eJournal, 5.2. Ed. Jenny Bosaller. University of Missouri, 2015.

'Postmusics.' Sonic Synergies. Ed. Gerry Bloustein. London: Palgrave, 2008. 35-45.

All Publications

Books

Cultures of Militarization, Ed. Jody Berland and Blake Fitzpatrick. TOPIA/Cape Breton University Press, 2010.

Capital Culture: A Reader on Modernist Legacies, State Institutions, and the Value(s) of Art. Ed. Jody Berland and Shelley Hornstein. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000.

Theory Rules: Art and Theory/Theory as Art. Ed.Jody Berland, Will Straw and David Tomas. YYZ Books; University of Toronto Press, 1996.

Monographs

North of Empire: Culture, Space, Technology. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009.
Received the 2009 Gertrude J Robinson Book Prize by the Canadian Communication Association.

Book Chapters

“Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire.” Human Animal Studies, ed. Susan McHugh and Garry Marvin. London: Routledge (in press). Reprint.

“The Work of the Beaver.” Material Cultures in Canada. Ed.Thomas Allen and Jennifer Blair. Waterloo: Wilfrid University Press 2015.

Contradicting Media: Toward a Political Phenomenology of Listening.” The Sound Studies Reader. Ed. Jonathan Sterne. London: Routledge, Reprint.

“Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire. Phaedra C. Pezzullo (Ed.), Cultural Studies and the Environment, Revisited. London: Routledge

'Writing on the Border.' Between Empires: A Canadian Cultural Studies Reader. Ed. Gail Faurchou, Sourayan Mookerjea and Imre Szeman. Durham,NC: Duke University Press, 2009.

'Postmusics.' Sonic Synergies. Ed. Gerry Bloustein. London: Palgrave, 2008. 35-45.

'Space at the Margins: Colonial Spatiality and Critical Theory after Innis.' Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art. Ed. John O’Brian and Peter White. Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007. 89-92.

'The Musicking Machine.' Residual Media. Ed. Charles Acland. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 2007. 303-328.

“Radio Space and Industrial Time: The Case of Music Formats.” Popular Music: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. Ed. Simon Frith. London: Routledge, 2003, 230-239. Reprint.

“Bodies of Theory, Bodies of Pain: Some Silences.” Feminism-Art-Theory: An Anthology 1968-2000. Eds. Hilary Robinson, Blackwell Press, 2001, 75-84.

”Nationalism and the Modernist Legacy: Dialogues with Innis.” Capital Culture. Eds. Berland and S. Hornstein. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000.

“Cultural Technologies and the 'Evolution' of Technological Cultures.” The World Wide Web and Contemporary Cultural Theory. Eds. Andrew Herman and Thomas Swiss. London: Routledge, 2000, 235-258.

“Das Wetter und wir. Wie Nature und Kultur sich miteinander vershranken,” in Widerspenstige Kulturen: Cultural Studies als Herausforderung. Eds. Karl H. Norning and Rainer Winter. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Taschenbuch Verlag, 1999 (translated), 543-566

“Weathering the North: Climate, Colonialism and the Mediated Body.” Pop Can: Popular Culture in Canada. Eds. L. Van Luven and P. Walton, Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1999, 207-218.

Journal Articles

“Assembling the Virtual Menagerie,” Antennae: Journal of Nature and Culture #30, December 2014, 54-71. www.antennae.org.uk

“The Politics of Evidence: The Contemporary Canadian Context.” MediaTropes eJournal, 5.2. Ed. Jenny Bosaller. University of Missouri, 2015.

'Animal and/as Medium: Symbolic Work in Communicative Regimes.' Global South 3.1 (Spring 2009): 42-65.

"The Elephant in the Classroom." International Journal of Inclusive Education 13:7 (2009): 799-811.

"The Politics of the Exasperated: Arts and Culture in Canada." ESC: English Studies in Canada 33.2 (2009): 24-30.

'Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire.' Cultural Studies 22.2 (Spring 2008): 431-454.

Walkerton: The Memory of Matter.” Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 14 (Fall 2005): 93-108.

“After the Fact: Spatial Narratives in the Canadian Imaginary,” New Formations: A Journal of Culture/Theory Politics 57 (2005): 39-55.

“Nationalism and the Modernist Legacy: Dialogues with Innis” Culture and Policy 8.3 (1997): 9-37.

On Reading `the Weather. Cultural Studies 8.1 (January 1994): 99-114.

“Writing on the Border.” CR: The New Centennial Review 1.2 (2001): 139-170.

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/HUMA3016 6.0  Animals in Human Cultures: Interdisciplinary Perspectives SEMR  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/HUMA3925 6.0  Interfaces: Technology and the Human SEMR  


Jody Berland is an award winning scholar whose research and teaching provide interdisciplinary explorations of how nature, technology and representation interact in visual and sonic culture. Her forthcoming book, 'Virtual Menageries in Network Cultures' addresses the widespread appearance of animals in contemporary visual and digital culture. She is Editor Emerita of TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies and has supervised many theses and dissertations. She is Visiting Professor, Centre for Human Animal Studies, Edge Hill University, UK, and Research Fellow, Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London.


Jody Berland has published widely on cultural studies, Canadian culture, music, and representations of nature, animals and environments. Her most recent research explores representations of animals as important connective mediations between humans and communication technologies in historical, colonial and digital milieux. Professor Berland is the co-editor of ; Theory Rules: Art as Theory/Theory and Art (1996); Cultural Capital: A Reader on Modernist Legacies, State Institutions and the Value(s) of Art (2000); and Editor Emeritus of Topia: A Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies (www.yorku.ca/topia). Her book North of Empire: Essays on the Cultural Technologies of Space (2009) explores changing relations between nation, technology, nature and culture in Canada. This book was awarded the Gertrude J Robinson Book Prize by the Canadian Communications Association, 2010. Berland was also awarded the Association of Canadian Studies 23010 Merit Award. Berland's 2009-2012 SSHRC funded research, 'Virtual menageries in network cultures' concerns the appearance of animals in the emergence of new technologies. Her book Virtual Menageries is forthcoming with MIT Press / Leonardo Books. In 2014 she received a SSHRC Insight Grant as principal investigators of an 10-person research team for the project "Digital Animalities: Representations of Non Human Life in the Age of Risk" amounting to $300,250.00. The team will produce a website and blog, art exhibition, conference and book. Professor Berland has supervised 11 PhD dissertations and 18 MAs in Communications and Culture, Social and Political Thought, Humanities, and Music, and currently supervises 4 PhD and 2 MA students. Completed PhD supervisions Neil Balan (Humanities, 2015). “Counterinsurgency: Firepower, Biopower and the Collateralization of Military Violence.” Steven Logan (Communication and Culture, 2015). “Modernist Urbanism in the Era of Automobility: Producing Space in the Suburbs of Toronto and Prague.” Sabine Lebel (Communication and Culture, 2014). “Life Cycle of a Personal Computer: Studies in the Materialities of Risk.” Kelly Bronson (Communication and Culture, 2013). “Framing the Debate: How Scientism in the Language of the Law binds Public-Biotechnology Engagement.” Robinder Kaur Sehdev (Communication and Culture, 2008), “Liliwanna at the Brink: Visual Culture and Colonial History at Niagara Falls.” Naomi Fraser (Communication and Culture, 2007). "We Are All Connected: Internationalism and Canadian Identity." Sarah Ravi Sharma (Communication and Culture, 2006). "Temporality and Difference from the Agora to the Airport: Towards a Theory of Power- Chronography." Melissa West (Communication and Culture, 2006). "Marketing Madonna: Commodity and Corporation." Jenny Burman (Social and Political Thought, 2000). "Global Flows: Economies of Nostalgia and Yearning. With Professor Ken Little, Anthropology." Cheryl Simon (Humanities, Concordia University, 1998). "Gender, Genre and Globalization: Discourses of Femininity in the Popular Culture of the 1990s." Adrian Ivachiw (Faculty of Environmental Studies, 1997). "Places of Power: Sacred Sites, Gaia's Pilgrims and the Politics of Landscape." Total completed PhD supervisions: 11. Total completed MA supervisions: 20 Current Thesis & Dissertation Advisory Committees PhD Supervisions: Brian McCormack (Humanities) Biosemiotics and posthumanism Kelsey Speakman (Communication and Culture), Animals and Consumer Culture Samantha Hogg (Communication and Culture), Environment and critical pedagogy Sean Steele (Humanities) Music performance culture and religious experience Postdoctoral Supervision: Trudi Smith, 2011-2013. “Critical and creative visual inquiry grounded in contemporary acts of photography in Canadian National Parks.” Current MA.Supervisions Alexandra Fox, Interdisciplinary Studies Michael Lisinsky, Communication and Culture, Ryerson University In 2016-2017 Professor Berland was Research Fellow, Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London. She is Visiting Professor, Centre for Human-Animal Studies, Edge Hill University, Liverpool, UK.

Area of Specialization

Cultural Studies

Degrees

PhD in Social and Political Thought , York University
MA, Simon Fraser University
BA in English and Sociology, Simon Fraser University

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Professional Leadership

Editor, TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 1998-2015. www.yorku.ca/topia Senior Faculty Associate, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, 2012--. Member, Advisory Board, Cultural Studies Centre, University of East London. 2011--. Senior Faculty Associate, Centre for Culture, Identity and Education, UBC, 2007--. Elected representative (North America), Association of Cultural Studies, 2004-12. Vice President, Canadian Association of Learned Journals. http://www.calj-acrs.ca. Program Chair, CALJ, Learned Societies, 2006.

Community Contributions

Convenor, TAB: Take Academia Back. https://www.facebook.com/groups/622766154521199/ Steering Committee member and editor, Politics of Evidence Working Group. https://politicsofevidence.wordpress.com Friends of a New Park: community group, Wychwood Artspace. Member, Centre for Social Innovation, Annex

Research Interests:

Culture and Cultural Studies , Media , Animal Studies, Posthumanism, Cultural Sociology, STS, Music, Sound, and Technological Mediations

Current Research Projects

Virtual Menageries

Summary: 
A study of the use and impact of animals in new media sites.

Description: 
In completion at Goldsmiths, University of London. https://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=10293

Project Type: Funded

Start Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2012
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2015

Digital Animalities: Media Representations of Non Human Life

Summary: 
An interdisciplinary collaborative study of animals in digital media in the context of environmental risk with 10 co-investigators and collaborators.


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator


Start Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2015
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2019

Funders: 
SSHRC

TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies

Summary: 
Editor, Editor Emeritus

Description: 
Editor, 1998-2015, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal in cultural studies.

Project Type: Funded

Canada Watch: The Politics of Evidence

Summary: 
Annual publication of Canada Watch, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, 2014

Description: 
A publication dedicated to an examination of the politics of evidence and the status of science under the Canadian Conservative Government.

Project Type: Funded
Role: Editor, Author

All Publications

Books

Cultures of Militarization, Ed. Jody Berland and Blake Fitzpatrick. TOPIA/Cape Breton University Press, 2010.

Capital Culture: A Reader on Modernist Legacies, State Institutions, and the Value(s) of Art. Ed. Jody Berland and Shelley Hornstein. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000.

Theory Rules: Art and Theory/Theory as Art. Ed.Jody Berland, Will Straw and David Tomas. YYZ Books; University of Toronto Press, 1996.

Monographs

North of Empire: Culture, Space, Technology. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009.
Received the 2009 Gertrude J Robinson Book Prize by the Canadian Communication Association.

Book Chapters

“Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire.” Human Animal Studies, ed. Susan McHugh and Garry Marvin. London: Routledge (in press). Reprint.

“The Work of the Beaver.” Material Cultures in Canada. Ed.Thomas Allen and Jennifer Blair. Waterloo: Wilfrid University Press 2015.

Contradicting Media: Toward a Political Phenomenology of Listening.” The Sound Studies Reader. Ed. Jonathan Sterne. London: Routledge, Reprint.

“Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire. Phaedra C. Pezzullo (Ed.), Cultural Studies and the Environment, Revisited. London: Routledge

'Writing on the Border.' Between Empires: A Canadian Cultural Studies Reader. Ed. Gail Faurchou, Sourayan Mookerjea and Imre Szeman. Durham,NC: Duke University Press, 2009.

'Postmusics.' Sonic Synergies. Ed. Gerry Bloustein. London: Palgrave, 2008. 35-45.

'Space at the Margins: Colonial Spatiality and Critical Theory after Innis.' Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art. Ed. John O’Brian and Peter White. Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007. 89-92.

'The Musicking Machine.' Residual Media. Ed. Charles Acland. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 2007. 303-328.

“Radio Space and Industrial Time: The Case of Music Formats.” Popular Music: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. Ed. Simon Frith. London: Routledge, 2003, 230-239. Reprint.

“Bodies of Theory, Bodies of Pain: Some Silences.” Feminism-Art-Theory: An Anthology 1968-2000. Eds. Hilary Robinson, Blackwell Press, 2001, 75-84.

”Nationalism and the Modernist Legacy: Dialogues with Innis.” Capital Culture. Eds. Berland and S. Hornstein. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000.

“Cultural Technologies and the 'Evolution' of Technological Cultures.” The World Wide Web and Contemporary Cultural Theory. Eds. Andrew Herman and Thomas Swiss. London: Routledge, 2000, 235-258.

“Das Wetter und wir. Wie Nature und Kultur sich miteinander vershranken,” in Widerspenstige Kulturen: Cultural Studies als Herausforderung. Eds. Karl H. Norning and Rainer Winter. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Taschenbuch Verlag, 1999 (translated), 543-566

“Weathering the North: Climate, Colonialism and the Mediated Body.” Pop Can: Popular Culture in Canada. Eds. L. Van Luven and P. Walton, Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1999, 207-218.

Journal Articles

“Assembling the Virtual Menagerie,” Antennae: Journal of Nature and Culture #30, December 2014, 54-71. www.antennae.org.uk

“The Politics of Evidence: The Contemporary Canadian Context.” MediaTropes eJournal, 5.2. Ed. Jenny Bosaller. University of Missouri, 2015.

'Animal and/as Medium: Symbolic Work in Communicative Regimes.' Global South 3.1 (Spring 2009): 42-65.

"The Elephant in the Classroom." International Journal of Inclusive Education 13:7 (2009): 799-811.

"The Politics of the Exasperated: Arts and Culture in Canada." ESC: English Studies in Canada 33.2 (2009): 24-30.

'Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire.' Cultural Studies 22.2 (Spring 2008): 431-454.

Walkerton: The Memory of Matter.” Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 14 (Fall 2005): 93-108.

“After the Fact: Spatial Narratives in the Canadian Imaginary,” New Formations: A Journal of Culture/Theory Politics 57 (2005): 39-55.

“Nationalism and the Modernist Legacy: Dialogues with Innis” Culture and Policy 8.3 (1997): 9-37.

On Reading `the Weather. Cultural Studies 8.1 (January 1994): 99-114.

“Writing on the Border.” CR: The New Centennial Review 1.2 (2001): 139-170.


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/HUMA3016 6.0  Animals in Human Cultures: Interdisciplinary Perspectives SEMR  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/HUMA3925 6.0  Interfaces: Technology and the Human SEMR