Students

Postdoctoral Supervision

  • Rachel Corbman: "Conferencing on the Edge: A Queer History of Feminist Field Formation,1969-1989"

  • Cait McKinney: "Domesticating Machines: Women's Textile Labor in Mid-Century Computing History"; Current position: Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University

Doctoral Supervision

  • Andrew Weibe: Indigenous studies, queer and trans studies, community archives

  • A. Hawk: archives, queer/crip studies, medical documents, performance; Current position: PhD student

  • Camille Intson: queer and feminist studies, design studies, contemporary art and performance; Current position: PhD student

  • Margaret MacDonald: sex industries, political economy, digital platforms; Current position: PhD student (Co-supervision with David Nieborg)

  • Emily Maemura, "Understanding Data and Their Categories: An Infrastructural Account of Web Archive Data"; Current position: Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Karen McEwen: "Actuarial Bodies: Data, Value, and Fairness in Insurance and Workplace Wellness Programs": Current position: Academic editor

  • Adam Pugen: "The Intellective Touch: A Phenomenology of Digital Modernism"; Current position: Assistant Professor, St. Thomas University (Houston)

  • Quinn Dupont: "An Archeology of Cryptography: Rewriting Plaintext, Encryption, Ciphertext"; Current position: Assistant Professor, University College Dublin (Co-supervision with Brian Cantwell Smith)

  • Rebecka Sheffield: "The Emergence, Development, and Survival of Four Gay and Lesbian Archives"; Former position: Assistant Professor, Simmons College; Current Position: Ontario Digital Services

Doctoral Committee Memberships

  • Cait Alexander (Information): public history, museums, STS, queer studies

  • Ellen Michelle (Information): digital humanities, electronic publishing, Braille, disability justice

  • Anna Kalinowski (Information): video games, the death mechanic

  • Islandia Guzman (Information): transnational feminism, archives, Mexico, queer, performance studies

  • Madison Trusalino (Information): "Punching Up: Women and LGBTQ+ Comedians’ Experiences of Work and Resistance"

  • Angela Fazekas (Women and Gender Studies): queer, new media, television, fan culture

  • Trish Adamson (Information): "Power of Attorney in Ontario"

  • Daniel Laurin (Cinema Studies): "Straight Guys: Heterosexual Masculinities in Gay Male Pornography and New Authenticities"

  • Beyhan Farhadi (Geography): "Learners in a Digital Age: A Comparative Study of E-learners in the Toronto School Board"

  • Mathew Gagne (Anthropology): "Gay Sex and Digital Media in Beruit: The Social and Erotic Life of Information"

  • ginger coons (Information): "Something for Everyone: Using Digital Methods to Make Physical Goods"; Current position: Research Fellow, Digital Culture Research Centre, University of the West of England

Doctoral Committee Internal Appraisals

  • Justin Douglas (History): "Manufacturing Debt: A History of the Bank Credit Card Infrastructure"; Current position: Election's Canada.

  • Ashley Scarlett (Information): "On the Matter of the Digital in Contemporary Media Art"; Current position: Assistant Professor, Alberta College of Art and Design

Master's Thesis Supervision

  • Kit Haehnel: trans studies, technology studies

  • Cassidy Latimer: Critical fabulation, sexuality museum studies

  • Caitlin McCurdy: "Ancient Egyptian Erotic Artifacts and Their Implications for Erotohistoriography."

  • Ferrin Evans: "'Next Stop Sayville': Queer Risk, Loss, and Desire on Fire Island During Pandemic."

  • Aaron Dishy: "Swallowing Misandry: A Survey of the Discursive Strategies of r/TheRedPill on Reddit"

Master's Committee Memberships

  • Chelsea Russell: "Monsters and Machines: Reframing Horror Video Games through Representations of Technology."

  • Nicole Ritchie: "Queering Museums: Questions of Space, Affect, and Nonnormativity"

  • Benjamin Walsh: "Information Out in the Cold: Exploring the Information Practices of Homeless Queer, Trans, and Two-Spirit Youth in Toronto"

  • Hailey Siracky: "Spiritual Journal Keeping: An Ethnographic Study of Content, Materials, Practice, and Structure"

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