Academic work

Academic publications

“Digital Doppelgangers and the Search for Immortality.” To Be Decided Journal: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theory. Vol. 2 (Fall 2017): 58-70.

Master’s Thesis

This is Not the Apocalypse: Dissecting the End of the World, Sincerity, and the Canadian Zeitgeist in Two Novels by Douglas Coupland. Carleton University. Theses and Dissertations. English. Ottawa, 2016.

Conference papers & presentations

“Apocalypse, Archive, Memory, and the Downtrodden.” English Graduate Studies Society Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON. 29 Jun. 2017.

“Coupland and the (Post-)Canadian Apocalypse.” Footnotes: MA Colloquium, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON. 8 Jul. 2016.

“Indigenous PostHumanity, Colonial Cannibalism, and the Windigo.” Strategies of Critique: Human:Race, York University, Toronto, ON. 22 Apr. 2016.

“An Environment of Word and Image: The Value of Theory in Visual Vignettes in Coupland and McLuhan.” International Interdisciplinary Conference: Textual Ecologies, Society for Textual Scholarship, Ottawa, ON. 16 Apr. 2016.

“Memory, Identity, and Humanity as Data: Informational Doppelgangers and the Search for Immortality.” Communication Graduate Caucus Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON. 4 Mar. 2016.

“Sustenance of the Soul: A View of Food in Literature of the Fraser Valley and the West Coast.” Department of English, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, B.C. 5 Mar. 2015.

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