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Last updated: Jan 17, 2022 9:17 AM

On-campus academic activities cancelled today due to weather

As the result of the current and forecasted weather conditions, on-campus academic activities are cancelled today. In addition, the university will only operate with a reduced level of service. More information in the Campus Update.  

Ian M. Clark

Research Interests

Nineteenth century literature; Victorian culture; the Gothic; monstrous Others; queer sexualities; gender subversion; medical humanities; science and technology; the supernatural;

Awards and Recognition
2021 Ontario Graduate Scholarship, Province of Ontario and Queen’s University
Dissertation

I examine nineteenth-century depictions of vampiric bodies (diseased, decayed, distorted) in tandem with emergent medical discourses on sexuality, race, and gender. Identity is strongly tied to the body, so how do conceptions of identity shift when presented in a monstrous body, and what if this body is medicalized?

Department of English, Queen's University

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Kingston ON K7L 3N6
Canada

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Queen's University is situated on traditional Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe territory.