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Marie Carriere

Marie Carriere

Marie Carrière (BA Ottawa, MA Queen’s, PhD Toronto) teaches Canadian, Indigenous and Québécois literatures in the Department of English & Film Studies at the University of Alberta. She was director of the CLC from 2008 to 2020, and is now associate dean (Research) in the Faculty of Arts. Her 2020 monograph, “Metafeminist Practices in Canada,” is published with McGill-Queen’s University Press, and her current research explores ecofeminist interventions in sustainability and anthropocene theory. Her SSHRC-funded research has led to a number of publications in English and French on migrant literatures in Canada and Québec, contemporary writing by women, the ethics of care, and feminist theory.

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