Sexuality, popular culture, and the historically and discursively constituted body.
French-Arab studies; Queer Muslims of color in Europe and North America; Islam, gender, and sexuality; Islam in France; Queer of color immigration and sexual politics; Colonization, memory, and historiography in France and North Africa; 20th and 21st century Arabophone and Francophone literature, art, music, and film; Transnational feminist, queer, and trans of color movements in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and France; Decolonizing queer studies; Decolonizing pedagogy in higher education
Decolonial Latinxs Caribbean Studies; Racism and the Nation-State; Black Feminism theories; Sexual Tourism; Caribbean Diaspora Identities; Migration and Borders; Sexual Trafficking; Gender based Violence; Dance and performance studies; Anticolonial spirituality/medicine.
Visual Studies, Critical Ethnic Studies, Black Studies, Feminist Theory, Media Studies
Fat studies, disability studies.
Gender and political parties; masculinities; populism; anti-austerity and grassroots movements.
Feminist, Queer, & Postcolonial Theory; Psychoanalysis; Postmodernism, & Poststructuralism; Contemplative Studies; Social & Political Philosophy; Aesthetics
Women’s economic rights, social justice, collective bargaining, women’s advancement in work and education, and access to higher education.
Affect/Emotion; Feminist Geographies; Critical Urban Studies; Social Movements
Diaspora studies, temporalities, cultural production, borders, world-making.
Queer necropolitics, prison abolition, (anti)blackness, Palestinian solidarity.
Film studies, queer theory, transnational theory.
Human rights discourse, responsibilitization, technologies of the self, state-making, securitization, ethical-self fashioning.
Nationalism and state-building; Law, gender, and citizenship; critical refugee studies; queer and feminist transnational organizing; international human rights regimes; social and labor movements; the Middle East.
Disability Studies, Medical Humanities, First-person narratives, Archiving.
Philosophy, contemporary feminist theory, dance, and disability studies.
Affect, animality, architecture, and critical geography.
Nation building, citizenship and identity, human rights discourses, queer theory, transgender studies, the Caucasus and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Feminist science and technology studies, new materialisms, subject formation, and queer theory.
Sexual violence, Critical disability studies, Sexuality, Trauma studies.
Visual culture, race, filmmaking, feminist theory.
Negotiations of identity and belonging in the queer African diaspora.
Women writers of the African Diaspora, international economic relationships, academia and popular culture.
Critical race and ethnic studies; political economy of disability; history of psychiatry; social organization of mental health services; institutional ethnography; mental health evidence in Canadian immigration law; Canadian settler colonialism, multiculturalism, and public health.
Autonomist theories of the common and current debates about matter, nature and life developed in the fields of feminist theory, science and technology studies and decolonial thought.
Feminist media; media literacy; animated cartoons and video games; gender identity, sexual orientation, race, class, size and ability in popular culture.
"Third World" feminist and queer theories and movements, cultural theory, critical theory, Puerto Rican and Caribbean studies.
Visual Culture; Critical Race Studies; Latinx Studies; Decolonial Thought; Psychoanalysis; Sexuality
Black girlhood; Black feminist theory; Media studies; Digital humanities
Critical addiction studies, discourses and practices of care, queer studies, critical geography.
Intersection of race, class, gender in reproductive experiences.
Narratives of women's health in Northern Uganda and issues of representation in humanitarian aid.