Brenda L. Blondeau
Brenda completed her M.A. in Women’s Studies (York University) and has completed all components except the dissertation of her Ph.D. in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies (York University). She has taught courses in the Bridging Program for Women since 2004 and undergraduate courses in Gender and Women’s Studies since 2006. She proposed and developed two of those courses: GWST 3548 3.0 Telling Stories About Our Bodies: Discursive Representations of Sexuality, Intimacy, Gender and Abuse; and GWST 3568 6.0 Indigenous Feminisms: Connections and Contradictions. In addition to teaching, Brenda is the Coordinator of the Nellie Langford Rowell Library.
Brenda’s interests include Gender, Indigenous and non-Indigenous Women’s Issues, Life Writing, Memory, Narrative, Trauma, Feminist Theory, and Feminist Pedagogy.