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Catherine Marcotte


Catherine Marcotte holds a BAH in English Literature and Language with a Minor in French Studies from Queen's University. An avid reader and curious researcher, she is most interested in intersectional feminism, ecocriticism, and cultural studies in modern and contemporary literatures. Catherine plans to pursue interdisciplinary approaches in her MA coursework as she continues to investigate the boundaries between personal and academic writing.

Selected Publications
  • Writer, Her Campus Queen's University, 2023-2024.
  • Blogger, Gradifying Graduate Experience Blog, 2023-2024.
  • Book Reviewer, The Miramichi Reader
  • Contributing Writer, The Queen's Journal, 2023-2024. 

Creative Non-Fiction 


Book Reviews


  • Editorial Board Member for The Lamp, 2024. 
  • Graduate Student Advisor, Quit, 2023-2024. 
  • Editorial Board Member for Quilt:  Volume 3: In Bloom, 2022 and Quilt Mini 2, 2023.


  • "A Meal Fit (Only) for a Queen: Transgressive Appetites and Patriarchal Politics in the Ephemera of Queen Victoria's Life," Re-Imagining the Victorians Conference, Zoom, April 2024. 
  • "From Blood to Brains: Translating Abject Horror from Shelley's 1818 Frankenstein to Whale's 1931 Film Adaptation," Victorian Recollections, Revolutions, and Realities Conference, Zoom, May 2023. 
  • Research Assistant/ Student Organizer: Revisioning the Americas Through Indigenous Cinema, Zoom/ Montréal, August 2022.
Awards and Recognition
Trevor C. Holland Fellowship, 2023
Dean's Excellence Award, 2022
Dean's Honour List with Distinction, 2021-2022 and 2022-2023
Maureen Morgan English Scholarship, 2021
George Forrest Johnston Memorial Scholarship, 2020
Dean's Honour List, 2019-2020 and 2020-2021
Barbara Crook Scholarship, 2019

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