Honours BA and MA (University of Western Ontario)
Kyle Jackson is interested in the comparative and transnational politics of gender and sexuality, particularly in the global South. He is interested in how gender and sexuality intersect with race, class, colonialism, and able-ism, in the context of state and cultural relations of ruling in the neoliberal moment. He is interested in following politics wherever power relations reside, and to this end, draws particular inspiration from feminism. He is currently undertaking thesis work on a project entitled "Canada and Jamaica: Homonationalism and Homophobia in Transnational Perspective.
Kyle holds a Doctoral SSHRC. He is also the proud recipient of a Teaching Award from the University of Western Ontario."